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PRINTING United Alliance and AATCC to Present Digital Textile Printing Conference 2022

Industry News, News | November 3, 2022 | By:

For the seventh consecutive year, PRINTING United Alliance and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) will jointly present the Digital Textile Printing Conference, taking place Dec. 7-8 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham, North Carolina. With education led by industry experts, the Digital Textile Printing Conference connects leaders and innovators in the digital textile printing community. PRINTING United Alliance and AATCC members receive discounted registration to the event, which can be completed online at aatcc.org/aatcc-events/printing2022.

“There is something for everyone at this year’s event – direct-to-garment, home décor, design, screen printing, sustainability, and more,” says Ray Weiss, VP, eLearning and certifications, PRINTING United Alliance. “We’ve even scheduled time for networking with your colleagues and to talk best practices with industry experts. Don’t miss this event!”

“What started as an experimental collaboration has become an annual event which is in high demand,” says Diana A. Wyman, executive VP, AATCC. “Technology is changing so quickly that there is always something new to see and learn.”

‘Driving Digital Textile Transformation … Go!’
This year’s Digital Textile Printing Conference features a packed agenda highlighting notable speakers, networking receptions, lunches, and an exhibitor space where attendees can explore new technology and products. The event’s theme is “Driving Digital Textile Transformation … Go!” which reflects in the overarching common thread of the thought-provoking presentations that will be presented by industry thought leaders across the two days.

For more information about joining PRINTING United Alliance and enjoying member benefits such as discounted attendance to events like the Digital Textile Printing Conference, visit printing.org/join

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