AWI board candidate Sydney Lawrie will represent the next generation of woolgrowers
Victoria Beckham launches new end-to-end traceable collection of knitwear which traces back to five Australian woolproducers.
In his bid to get re-elected to the Australian Wool Innovation board, Jock Laurie says key priorities for AWI over the next three years include driving international demand, shearing and fly management.
Chick Olsson wants Australian Wool Innovation levy payers to know that a vote for him on the board is a vote for growers' rights.
'Make the Label Count' campaign advocates for labelling that provides the bigger picture of a garment's lifecycle.
Partial measures of sustainability are being used in the global fibre market to influence consumers.
Australian Wool Innovation's chairman Jock Laurie has reiterated the body's push for voters to support a levy of 2 per cent in this year's WoolPoll.
Australian Wool Innovation is performing well in terms of governance and finance when compared with other companies, independent consultants have told levy payers.