5627 GA Eindhoven
With less than two months to go, a host of international exhibitors are getting ready to showcase their latest technologies in garment production, design and decoration at Sportswear Pro 2020 (24 – 27 March 2020, IFEMA – Feria de Madrid, Spain).
The first Sportswear Pro event is geared specifically towards business decision-makers in garment production looking to streamline manufacturing processes, reduce inventory and waste, and enable on-demand and just-in-time production in response to shortening fashion cycles.
The growing line-up of exhibitors covers all aspects of production from digital printing and cutting, to embroidery and heat sealing, along with software solutions for process automation and supply chain management.
One of Sportswear Pro’s key goals is to show visitors where the crossover between print and sportswear is and how some of the trends affecting sportswear are the same ones that are impacting the wider print industry.
The synergies between print and sportswear production will be exemplified primarily by Print Make Wear, FESPA Global Print Expo’s popular fashion feature, which will link directly to Sportswear Pro and focus exclusively on customised sportswear production. Visitors will be able to get an up close look at the garment production chain from initial design to final product, while also being given the opportunity to print a personalised sportswear garment on site. Roland DG and Gold Sponsors Mimaki and HP are just a few renowned digital printing brands that will contribute towards the recreation of the live end-to-end production process for sports and athleisure garments.
Cutting, laser cutting, embroidery, heat sealing and software play also an important role on the show.
Visitor registration for Sportswear Pro 2020 is open now at http://www.sportswearpro.com/registration. Visitors can register free of charge using promotional code SWPM207. Without a code, registration costs 40 Euros online and 70 Euros onsite.
The Sportswear Pro visitor ticket also gives free access to FESPA Global Print Expo, including the Print Make Wear feature and content programme, and to European Sign Expo.
For more information on Sportswear Pro 2020 visit http://www.sportswearpro.com.