SGIA Expo to Offer Sustainability, Digital Textile, Garment Decoration Sessions
High-level education will be everywhere at the 2015 SGIA Expo—even right on the trade show floor at the popular Expo Zones. These robust presentation lineups will offer free, well-rounded insights about the latest trends in sustainability, digital textile printing and garment decoration.
The no-spin areas present Expo attendees with the chance to hear new perspectives from top names in the industry, all without leaving the show floor (and without paying for it!). To guarantee visitors have time to hit them all, SGIA—taking place in Atlanta, Nov. 4-6—has pared it down to three essential zones:
The Sustainability Zone offers inspiration and tools to help attendees on their sustainability journey. Improve efficiencies in operation by learning from peers on integration of energy efficiencies and development of recycling programs—and how these programs can save money.
Digital Textile Printing Zone
Discover the technical and design requirements, recommended workflows, color management tips, finishing techniques and best practices for a variety of ink and fabric combinations.
The Garment Zone
One Zone, all garment, all the time. Attendees can get a first-hand look at digital garment decoration technologies and identify a solution that fits their needs. They will see the latest screen printing and special-effect techniques, and add a little bling to their business.
Registration is free through Oct. 13, so register now for the 2015 SGIA Expo and get in the zone—the SGIA Expo Zone, that is.
About SGIA — Supporting the Leaders of the Digital and Screen Printing Community
“Specialty imaging” comprises digital imaging, screen printing and the many other imaging technologies SGIA members use, including those they’ll tap in the future. These are the imaging processes and technologies employed to create new products and to enhance existing products including point-of-purchase displays, printed electronics, membrane switches, signs, advertisements, garments, containers and vehicles.