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Textile Printing Now Conference announced

by FESPA Staff | 04/07/2017

An exciting, opportunity packed one day conference for the textile print community, has been announced by FESPA UK, to take place in November.

Following on from highly successful conferences in each of the past three years, Textile Printing Now will again feature the winning mix of presentations, displays and networking. It will be staged at The Textile Centre of Excellence in Huddersfield on 21 November 2017.

The Conference will examine the full range of textile printing, coating and surface modification techniques – both analogue and digital – and will introduce concepts that delegates may not have previously considered, to inspire them into business improving initiatives.

Supported by FESPA, the conference represents part of its ‘Profit for Purpose’ programme – in which profits are re-invested into supporting the print community.

FESPA UK Association director Peter Kiddell commented: "This year's conference is intended as a spectacular celebration of textile printing and will point the way towards a very bright future for this vibrant sector."

Last year, the association organised the Digital Print for Corrugated Packaging Summit at the impressive William Conference Centre in Oxfordshire, bringing together more than 100 print professionals. 

With a packed programme of inspirational presentations from leaders in their field, the event was the perfect oppportunity to share knowledge and insights, gain new contacts and open new avenues for profits. 

If you could not attend, watch the highlights taken at the Digital Print for Corrugated Packaging Summit 2016.

Full details about this year's conference are available at www.tpn.fespauk.com.

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