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NAUMD to host first-ever 'Image Apparel Summit' on Oct 1
Aug '13
On October 1-3, the IAI will host the first-ever Image Apparel Summit at the Marriott Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. 

With its sole focus on image apparel, this summit will provide exclusive forums for industry executives to identify new tools, products and techniques to make business more profitable and maximize business performance.

"We have greater challenges than ever before with the competitive nature of global sourcing, global competition and a strong desire among image apparel buyers to project the right image to attract and keep their customers," says Ron Klepner of Super Uniform Group and chair of the Image Apparel Institute. 

­"The summit is the first step to expand the mission of the IAI to build a new and special organization for those in the image apparel marketplace."

The IAI Summit will identify the technology, operations and people that drive success in the image apparel industry. Interested in technology? Find out how the most successful companies are using marketing technologies to bolster sales, and learn how to easily track clients and prospects with the latest sales management software.

If you're looking for new trends (and who isn't) you'll want to attend the session on fabric specifications and apparel innovations.  Need expert advice on attracting the best employees and managing younger ones?  There's plenty of best practices to be had while in San Antonio.

There's so much more happening at the IAI Summit. Get complete details, including a description of events and seminar speakers here.

More than an opportunity to learn, at the IAI Summit you'll meet other image apparel industry leaders who not only know your business, but live it on a daily basis. You'll take away with you an expanded new network of image apparel professionals who will be able to help you identify best practices and equip you with added knowledge you will need to keep your operations running smoothly and more efficiently and ahead of the curve.

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