Supply Chain Disasters
On April 24, 2013, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, more than 1100 people were killed when Rana Plaza, an 8-story building housing a number of garment factories collapsed. In addition to those men and women who lost their lives, it is estimated that double that number were injured.
The Institute for Enterprise Ethics invited two experts in the apparel supply chain to discuss these questions with a specific focus on the Bangladesh disaster. Daniels College of Business Professor Dan Baack and Dennis Reaves is a consultant and former senior executive in retail merchandising and supply chain management with a special expertise in the apparel industry.
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