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India's first ever digital textile conference from Nov 29
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Nov '12
The most awaited conference on Digital Textile Printing in India begins on November 29. Inkjet Forum India will host its 3rd International Inkjet Conference on 29th & 30th November 2012 at JW Marriott Hotel, Mumbai.
 
Inkjet India 2012 will be the first ever exclusive Digital Textile Conference in India. It will focus on both commercial and technical topics to examine the market potential and challenges in this sector. Companies participating and sharing their knowledge will include the best in the industry. The conference will cover various aspects of digital textile printing including equipment, inks, RIP software, fabrics, pre/post processes & industry experiences.
 
The conference will be attended by 150 – 200 senior level professionals, business owners, textile mill owners, digital textile print houses, OEM's & suppliers associated with textile design, processing & allied industries. A large majority of our conference delegates are decision-makers in their organizations, or businesses. The Inkjet India international conferences intentionally involve delegates, invitees and speakers who share a commitment to learn from and with one another.
 
Inkjet India 2012 - Digital Textile Conference will feature the leading Digital Textile Printing Technology Providers & Experts coming together on one common knowledge sharing platform. Delegates attending will benefit from the networking sessions, tabletop display area & informative presentations. Inkjet India 2012 is the First Exclusive Digital Textile Printing Conference on this scale in Asia !
 
The primary objectives of Inkjet Forum India are to assist the printing industry to keep updated with technological developments, understand the various applications & market trends is the areas of:
- Digital textile printing
- Ceramic inkjet printing
- Industrial inkjet
- Printing inks.
 
Inkjet Forum India also brings together more than 15 years of experience in organising events with in-depth understanding of current & future printing market trends. 
 

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