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Euratex joins IT4Fashion to promote IT solutions
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Feb '15
Euratex, the European Apparel and Textile Confederation representing the interests of the industry at the level of the EU institutions, has joined the next edition of IT4Fashion, a large scale conference focused on the use of IT in the fashion and luxury industry supply chain, which would be held from April 23 to 24, in Florence, Italy, to promote IT solutions for the fashion industry.

Over 600 participants are expected at the unique event where Euratex will support shaping a common vision on the industry IT needs and share successful business cases.

IT4Fashion will feature three parallel sessions elaborating companies’ business cases on IT use for new products development, supply chain management and retailing. Companies’ delegates will present their business cases after approval of the scientific committee, according to a press release.

The eBIZ, European public-private initiative pursuing a harmonised standard in digital data exchange across the textile, clothing and footwear supply chains, will be present during the workshops day of the conference. A workshop will be open to all the event’s registered participants and will address benefits from a single digital language across Europe and the future industry needs for B2B communications.

The fashion industry in Europe proudly features over 174,000 creative companies at each and every step of the production chain. These companies, which are normally small to medium size, produce yarns, fabrics and garments in close collaboration with suppliers and customers. Product creation and data exchange driven by IT solutions are crucial for modern companies’ business and future growth. (GK)

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