FESPA Fabric 2014’s campaign is inviting visitors to ‘Dive Deeper into Garment Decoration and Textile Print’. The new multi-channel campaign features a swimmer diving into an ocean, illustrating the ocean of opportunity for printing and embellishing, fabrics, fashion garments, sportswear and promotional wear using both analogue and digital processes.
FESPA Fabric is the spring board for printers and garment decorators looking to move their businesses forward using the latest equipment, inks, textiles and techniques for garment decoration and textile print. The event is the ideal place for textile print professionals, designers, fashion retailers and brand owners, to come together, network and uncover new ways to advance their business and meet consumer demands.
The campaign centres on FESPA Fabric’s website - www.fespafabric.com - where visitors and exhibitors can go to find all the information they need, including an exhibitor list, visitor information, event registration and a list of show features. The website will be regularly updated in the run up to the show with all the latest news, and provides links to FESPA’s Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and YouTube pages where delegates can follow, like and interact with the FESPA Fabric team.
Charlie’s Corner will return to FESPA Fabric 2014 where garment guru Charlie Taublieb will provide hands-on workshops as well as live t-shirt printing demonstrations, giving visitors the chance to print their own t-shirts. Visitors will also benefit from the Textile Conference Theatre where leading industry professionals will come together to present seminars and case studies to help textile printers and garment decorators open up new revenue streams and learn about new industry trends and techniques.
Kornit Digital has confirmed its presence at FESPA Fabric 2014 and will continue as Fabric Corporate Partner for the fifth year running. Other industry players confirmed are Anajet, Brother, MS, Polyprint and Sawgrass.
Neil Felton, CEO, FESPA comments: “Garment printers coming to Munich in May will find plenty to help them delve deeper into textile print and garment decoration. In a market where consumers’ demands are evolving at a breathtaking pace, we want to help the garment printing community harness every available opportunity to develop and enhance their business by capitalising on new technology and material developments.”
Visitors can also see the latest innovations in digital wide format print and signage under one roof at FESPA Digital 2014 and European Sign Expo 2014.
For more information on FESPA Fabric and to register your interest in attending the event, please visit www.fespafabric.com.