|Pre-agenda rate (valid till 30th Nov 2017)||360 EUR per delegate|
|Standard rate (valid from 1st Dec 2017)||450 EUR per delegate|
Discounts available for members of University and group booking of 3 or more attendees from the same company.
For more information about delegate tickets, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +44 113 360 9631
Please note, conference registration and payments are processed by World Textile Information Network (WTiN).
Mutlu Chaouch Orozco
Digital Innovation Analyst
Editor IoTex & Digital Textile
Founder/ Creative Director
Zimmer Maschinenbau GmbH
R&D Centre Manager
Head of Marketing Global Printing
CEO & Co-founder
Gemini CAD Systems
Co-founder & DIrector
Digital Direct Technologies
Sales & Marketing Director
Segment Manager Textile Printing Division
CTO & Co-founder
Kornit Digital Europe
The home textiles sector was a late-comer to industrial-scale digital printing, but a surge of investments over the past five years has transformed the market dynamics and triggered a new wave of innovation. Ink and machinery companies are racing to replicate the striking success of the technique in fashion and have concentrated their efforts in areas of key home-textile interest, such as super-wide machinery, pigment formulations and, most-recently, high-fastness vat-dye inks.
At the same time, easy-to-access B2C channels are providing new enterprise opportunities for independent fabric designers, and synergies with related markets such as wallpaper printing are generating exciting possibilities in customised interiors.
With this focus on ‘Digital print for homes and interiors’, we are organising the WTiN European Digital Textile Conference on 10th January 2018 in Frankfurt. The conference will explore perspective of technology providers, printers, designers and buyers.
The conference is organised in partnership with Messe Frankfurt and Heimtexil exhibition.
For speaking opportunity, please contact:
Phone: +44 113 360 9860
World Textile Information Network (WTiN)
Registration and Welcome Coffee
Digital Textile Market Overview
Mutlu Chaouch Orozco, Digital Innovation Analyst, WTiN
Jettex 4.0. A success story continues - Innovative, sustainable coloration concepts for industrial digital textile printing
Markus Dorer, Head of Marketing Global Printing, Dystar
Talking from a Designers perspective
Debbie McKeegan, Founder/ Creative Director, DIGETEX
Digital printing and more
Ilker Ertuna, R&D Centre Manager, Menderes Tekstil
Faster response time and less costs? A fully automated workflow for Made-to-Measure Design, Nesting, Printing & Cutting customized printed soft goods
Traian Luca, CEO & Co-founder, Gemini CAD Systems
HP Latex as value proposition in Softsignage
Mike Horsten, Business Manager, HP
Guy Newcombe, CEO, Archipelago Technology
Digital finishing potential
Tony Naschberger, General Manager, Zimmer Maschinenbau GmbH
Successful Digital Business models and opportunities with the new Durst Alpha Series and the Greentex P Pigment ink
Martin WInkler, Segment Manager Textile Printing Division, Durst Group
The challenges and opportunities for digital printing in the home textiles market, including ink performance, the effectiveness of super-wide and single-pass systems, and the prospects for functional coating by inkjet.
John Provost, Consulting Editor, WTiN
Steve Knight, Co-founder & DIrector, Digital Direct Technologies
Michele Riva, Sales & Marketing Director, EFI Reggiani
Roberto Manes, CTO & Co-founder , Aleph
How the industry 4.0 technologies can answer changing demands for customised home textile products
Oliver Luedtke , Director Marketing, Kornit Digital Europe