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Conference on mass customisation in clothing from May 28
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May '08
3rd Annual Public Conference Mass Customisation in Clothing & Fashion will be held on 28-29 May 2008, at Brussels Husa President Park Hotel.

A range of industry speakers are scheduled to describe their own experiences and business success cases in the field of Mass Customisation.

The European Commission will present its policies and programmes to support more Research & Innovation in the industrial sector in general and the textile and clothing sector in particular.

This event will be preceded on May 28th by a full-day conference which includes the following sessions:
- The final conference of the Inno-Vention project
- The annual public conference of the LEAPFROG project
- Presentations of mass customisation related EU projects like Digitex, Servive & Open Garments

More than 200 participants from industry, academia, public authorities and the media attended last year's Technology Platform conference and we expect at least a similar attendance this year.

Attendance of the conference including lunch and cocktail is free of charge. Registrations are handled on a first come, first served basis.

Enclosed you will find the conference programme, the attendants registration form as well as a booking form for accommodation in the conference hotel.

The European Apparel and Textile Organisation


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