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FESPA to showcase textile print opportunities

FESPA UK Association has joined forces with the British Interiors and Textile Association (BITA) to once again run a special event aimed at demonstrating the growth potential for print and sign companies in the textiles market.

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Visitors to the event can also attend a special networking dinner on the night before the conference at the Textile Centre of Excellence

Taking place for the fourth consecutive year, the Textile Printing Now will run on March 13 at the Textile Centre of Excellence in Huddersfield. The one-day event will feature a host of specialist speakers, each of which will look at key areas of textile print and pick out opportunities for attendees.

Among those due to speak in March are Mutlu Chaouch Orozco of WTiN; Mark Harrup from Which PLC; Debbie Mckeegan of Digetex; and Gavin Thatcher from Stead McAlpin.

We have already secured a stellar line-up of industry experts to speak, making this a must-attend event for anyone keen on gaining a competitive edge in this rapidly expanding area of print

Peter Kiddell of the FESPA UK Association says: “The Conference is intended as a celebration of textile printing and will point the way towards a very bright future for this vibrant sector.

“We have already secured a stellar line-up of industry experts to speak, making this a must-attend event for anyone keen on gaining a competitive edge in this rapidly expanding area of print.”



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