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23 Aug 2013


23 Aug 2013


Shenzhen, China

With the growing concerns of product quality and corporate social responsibility, government has been continuously issuing and updating laws and regulations on textile & footwear testing and social auditing, while international buyers’ requirements have become stricter. How to deal with the challenges from international market? How to catch up with the latest updates of testing and social standards?

SGS Supply Chain Assessments & Solutions (SAS),Softlines and Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) jointly organised a seminar for textile and garment industry on Aug 23, 2013 in Zhongshan, China.











1) Development Trend and Solutions of Regulatory Requirements from USA & EU markets— Textiles and footwear;

2) Compliance as a Competitive Advantage: How WRAP certification can help Chinese garment factories explore new business opportunities;

3) Local Law Requirements (following WRAP principles), and Common Issues in China;


Keren LIU

SGS Senior Textile& Footwear Technical Consultant

Master of Textile Chemistry,  greening chemical testing expert with rich experience; familar with regulation, quality requirement on international market; good at creating the quality control solution according to actual manufacture.

Bonnic CHUNG

WRAP Marketing Director(Greater  China)

Ms. Chung has over 20 years of experience in the 3rd party Quality Assurance Industry.  She has a great knowledge of how the role of Quality Assurance and Social Compliance plays in the global supply chain management.

James Song

Program Manager of SGS SAS

Mr. Song engaged in social audit and supply chain development project since 1999. He accumulated profound knowledge and experience on different type of audits by performing over 1000 audits in more than 1000 facilities for international brands and retailers.




60 seats for each session; 2 seats for each company.

Who Should Attend

Companies involved in international trade business, companies intending to build an international brand, and any party interested in textile testing & footwear and social audits etc.

Gentle Notes:

  • To register, please fill out the reply form and send it back to SGS at least 5 working days prior to the event date.
  • SGS will email you with detailed arrangement information including seminar venue etc upon the receipt of your reply form.
  • Kindly please keep the reply form, and bring it to the reception desk along with your name card(s) on the seminar date.


For more information, please visit Social Responsibility (SR) & Wiebo websites:

For further information, please contact:

Fiona Wu
t: +852 2774 7450
f: +852 2363 3846