The agenda includes: a) leading industry experts from Marks & Spencer, Shop Direct, Fashion Enter, Alvanon and Leicester City Council b) best practice tips: how to improve profitability with 3D c) Q&A session with the panellists d) networking time e) product demos.
"We are in a unique position within our glorious fashion industry to provide quality production and Ofsted-approved training of technical skills. We need to be at the forefront of innovation and that's why we have invested heavily into Cadcam such as Optitex," said Fashion Enter CEO Jenny Holloway. "Optitex provides us with lean manufacturing, saving valuable days in garment fitting and sealing, whilst teaching the latest pattern cutting skills to a new future generation of skilled technicians."
With over 25 years of fashion and apparel innovation history, EFI Optitex quickly responds to the industry's changing demands and helps future-proof your business, empower your creative vision and grow your bottom line. Our groundbreaking software solutions include 2D design and 3D visualisation platforms that cover the entire supply chain, create efficient workflows and shorten time to market.
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