FESPAâ€™s fourth Digital Textile Conference held with the aim of expanding knowledge of digital textile printing took place on 2 October 2014 in Milan, Italy, brought together a record-breaking number of delegates.
Delegates responded enthusiastically to the conference content, with 100% of attendees stating that they would attend the FESPA Digital Textile Conference again, organisers report.
According to Duncan MacOwan, Head of Events and New Media at FESPA, there has been a significant growth of the Digital Textile Conference audience since 2011.
The one-day conference, which was sponsored by Durst, Everlight Chemical, Hollanders, Kaspapir, Kiian and MS Italy, attracted 157 delegates, more than double the number that attended the last FESPA Digital Textile Conference in Hamburg in 2011. Printers travelled from Europe, Asia and the Americas, illustrating the international appeal of digital textile printing.
FESPA Digital Textile Conference brings a rich programme of seminars and presentations from global industry experts, aiming to provide anyone with an interest in digital textile with practical, relevant information and trends which they could apply within their business.
The overwhelmingly positive delegate feedback suggests that the mix and calibre of content was well matched to the current needs of the market. This will help to shape future FESPA educational and knowledge-sharing events to continue to deliver measurable business value for delegates.
The FESPA Digital Textile Conference is a great opportunity for small community to share insights on how to make digital textile expand.
FESPA organises the leading exhibitions and conferences for this community, and reinvests profits from these activities into the global print community.
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