Representatives from banks, institutes, associations and companies are looking into the year 2025, shedding light on how our industry is going to look by then. One thing is for sure: It will be - driven by innovation - entirely different from today. The Convention will provide answers to the question 'How different?' and present fields of action and tasks for our industry.
The textile and fashion industry is one of the strongest in Europe with regard to revenue and employees. However, it is a fact that the industrial base varies widely between the EU member states.
Therefore, the EU wants to strengthen the industrial base in all member states. Will this happen? What needs to be done to achieve this ambitious goal? It looks forward to answers from the brand new study by DB Research on the future of the European industry titled: "Europe's re-industrialization: The gulf between aspiration and reality".
When looking at 2025 it is important to know how the industrial powerhouses worldwide are going to develop. Hence, it is not only interested in the outside view on Europe but also in the assessment of how other countries will develop.
It is convinced that global megatrends are going to sustainably influence developments in research and production, also in the textile industry. Entrepreneurs from several European countries but also from China, Korea and the USA are going to share their ideas of a future textile world in all its variety. A future researcher from trendone will present "The World in 2025 - Future of Multichannel Commerce".
The 2nd Euratex Convention is an excellent platform to exchange ideas about the future of the European industry in general and about the future of the textile and fashion industry in particular. The conference is not only interesting for company representatives but of particular interest also for representatives of European governments and institutions which provide effective support to the process of re-industrialization.
EURATEX's main objective is to promote the interests of its members while taking into account the European Union's institutional framework and its international obligations.
As the voice of the European textile and clothing industry, EURATEX's main objective is to create an environment within the European Union which is conducive to the manufacture of textile and clothing products.
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