Webinar archive now available
More than 400 textile industry professionals and print business owners and managers registered for July 29’s WhatTheyThink LunchNLearn Webinar, “Textiles & Apparel in a Post-Pandemic World” sponsored by Canon Solutions America and Kornit Digital. WhatTheyThink Senior Editor Cary Sherburne was joined by Texintel CEO and WhatTheyThink contributor Debbie McKeegan and OnPoint Manufacturing Founder and Chairman Kirby Best.
The dynamic, 60-minute session looked at how the COVID-19 crisis is fundamentally transforming textiles and apparel. Specifically, global supply chain disruptions have focused attention on reshoring textile production, and the pandemic has accelerated other trends that had been underway before the crisis, such as an increased emphasis on environmental sustainability, on-demand production, the end of “fast fashion,” and personalization.
The webinar archive with on-demand playback, audio, and a PDF of the slides, is now available at https://whattheythink.com/webinars/228/.
The next month, WhatTheyThink’s LunchNLearn webinar series will go “Beyond Print: Technologies for Augmenting Print Reality,” which will take place Wednesday, August 26,at 1 pm ET. WhatTheyThink Senior Editor Richard Romano will be joined by Adam Koppelman, SpeedPro Services Group, Totowa, N.J.; Frédéric Guarino, ARGO; and Robert Ross, Xanté.
For more information about these and other WhatTheyThink webinars, please visit http://whattheythink.com/webinars/.
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