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Texprocess 2015 to encourage young talent in textiles
Sep '14
Texprocess 2015, one of the leading international trade fairs for processing textile and flexible materials, will support young people in the field of textiles under the theme “Texprocess campus”.

Texprocess Campus will give an opportunity to international universities, vocational colleges and fashion designing schools to present their syllabus free of cost. Texprocess will be the ideal platform for schools and colleges to display their course of study and current projects and motivate their qualified students to showcase their talent to the international specialists present in the event, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH, the organizers of the show, said in a statement.

The students can present their talent either with a blank exhibition space allotted for individual presentation or a fully equipped stand.

The director brand management technical textiles & textile processing at Messe Frankfurt, Micheal Janecke said, “More than ever before, the materials processing industry needs experts from both inside and outside Germany. That is why it is so important to us to foster the initial and further training of young people. Students, who are about to graduate, need a platform to introduce themselves to potential employers. Participants in ‘Campus’ can, therefore, get floor space free of charge and, if they would like one, a free ready-made stand into the bargain.”

Along with the Campus area, there will also be a Job Exchange area in Texprocess, which will provide the school and university students information about internships, thesis topics and job vacancies with the exhibitors. Additionally, there will be a meeting area and an online job exchange area to facilitate discussions.

All the participants will also be able to visit the concurrently held Techtexil, one of the international fair for technical textiles and nonwovens.

Texprocess 2015 will be held from May 4-7, 2015 at Messe Frankfurt exhibition grounds, Germany. It will present the latest machines, equipment, processes and services for processing textiles and other flexible materials.

Messe Frankfurt is one of the world’s leading trade fair organisers, generating around €545 million in sales and employing some 2,000 people worldwide. (GK)

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