Come for the Southern charm, and stay for SGIA’s new Digital Technologies for the Garment Decorator Workshop (April 17–18), at the Vapor Apparel facility in Charleston, South Carolina. Boost your knowledge of digital garment technologies, and get an inside look at secret workflow tips and techniques the experts use every day.
“Digital technologies are enabling shops to accept short-run custom orders from customers, which translates into higher margins when compared to traditional decorating methods,” said Johnny Shell, SGIA’s vice president of technical services.
Led by industry masters including: Chris Bernat of Vapor Apparel; Steve Hobbs of Brother International; Nick Buettner of Arjowiggins; and Syd Northup of Gans Ink and Supply Co., this two-day Workshop will present detailed information about:
• Major digital platforms
• Capabilities and limitations
• Hardware requirements
• Proper layout and environmental considerations
• Sample business models and accurate costing
• Critical requirements for success
“We will be focusing on the business models that create profit and the best practices that maximize it in production,” said Bernat.
Whether you're starting a new business or expanding your capabilities, this can't-miss Workshop is perfect for every garment decoration company. For more information and to register, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: Workshops.