Europe’s leading print and signage exhibition will reunite key industry professionals, enabling valuable networking and business building opportunities, supporting face-to-face conversations with suppliers and providing the opportunity to see the latest innovations and trends in specialty print.
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FESPA Global Print Expo returns in 2022 to the vibrant city of Berlin, 31 May – 3 June.
The 2022 BTA National Conference, taking place June 7-8, is open to office technology dealers from across the country.
Schedule of Events:
Tuesday, June 7
The 2022 BTA National Conference will begin at 2 p.m. with opening comments, followed by the keynote address and featured speaker. Breaks between sessions on both days will give attendees time to visit with peers and exhibiting sponsors. A welcoming reception will wrap up the first day.
Wednesday, June 8
The second day of the conference will begin at 7 a.m. with breakfast. Opening comments will begin at 8 a.m., followed by educational sessions and breaks. Closing comments and prize drawings will conclude the event. On Wednesday evening, attendees will enjoy a dinner cruise on the Chicago River aboard the Odyssey, a glass-enclosed vessel that offers marvelous 360-degree views of Chicago's famous architecture.
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Come join Johnny Shell, Principal Analyst of Functional and Industrial Printing during FESPA 22. Johnny will be presenting the following session from 11:00 am - 11:30 am on May 31st.
Digital Textile Printing: Meeting Consumer Demand for Sustainable Fashion and Apparel
The current fashion and apparel manufacturing models are broken; as the world's second biggest polluter, it's time for a change in textile manufacturing. Consumers are much more conscious of their purchasing decisions today and value-based manufacturing is causing a seismic shift in fashion and apparel markets that is being driven by digital printing technologies. In this session, Johnny Shell (Keypoint Intelligence) will discuss why the current volume-based manufacturing model is not sustainable, and how PSPs are capitalizing on the opportunities gained with digital textile printing. Attendees will learn about the market status, the changes that are occurring fueled by digital textile printing, as well as the next technology disruptions happening now.