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FESPA to host Digital Textile Conference in Istanbul
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Oct '14
FESPA will host its fifth Digital Textile Conference on December 5, 2014 at the WOW Hotel, located opposite the FESPA Eurasia 2014 Istanbul exhibition venue in Turkey.

FESPA said the one-day conference will offer delegates with a global line-up of digital textile printing experts, who will share insights into the latest innovative products, trends and case studies, experience and finally knowledge.

The Digital Textile Conference will explore subjects like promotional products, textile and garment decoration, interior textiles and soft signage.

It will cover topics like; market updates, industry strategies, transfer vs. direct printing, digital fashion, sportswear and apparel, interiors, environmental impacts, digital textile inks and case studies from leading printers and end users.

Confirmed speakers include Ron Gilboa of Infotrends, who will examine insights into the growth and creative development of digital textile markets.

Hilal Özdemir, international Fashion Designer and owner of LA MOON Textile Design will review how she sees digital textile printing as a valuable tool for the fashion industry and how it benefits her as a fashion designer.

Mark Abramson, CEO of ThinFolio, will discuss automating profits with one-off and short-run printed products.

FESPA has arranged for simultaneous translation for all sessions in English and Turkish.

Lorraine Harrow, Marketing Manager at FESPA said, “Coinciding with FESPA Eurasia ensures that printers and suppliers will have the ability to educate themselves across all aspects of digital textile printing.”

The recently hosted FESPA Digital Textile Conference in Milan, Italy was attended by 157 delegates, two-thirds of whom came from overseas.

Founded in 1962, FESPA is a global federation of 37 member associations for the screen printing, digital printing and textile printing industry.

FESPA’s dual aim is to promote screen printing and digital imaging and to share knowledge about screen and digital printing with its members across the world. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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