Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas will return to the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga., May 12-14, 2020. With the all-new, tiered pricing structure, those who register prior to February 18, 2020 will have the opportunity for substantial cost savings on exhibit hall, symposium and special event purchases, said show organizers.
The co-located events will bring decision makers from all the major industries that touch technical textiles, nonwovens, sewn products, equipment and technology together in one place to experience the latest innovations. With a single badge, visitors gain access to the show floors of both shows, including 500+ exhibiting companies, international media outlets and pavilions representing top contributors to the global textile industry.
New to the joint show floors are several special feature areas including The Lab, an interactive area featuring equipment and technology for textile testing and standards, and The Studio, a micro-factory and product development planning area.
Returning to Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas are the concurrent Symposia, which will each feature expert-led sessions on pivotal advancements, research and technology for the textile, nonwovens, and sewn products industries. One, two, and three day passes to each show’s symposium can be purchased through online registration.
In addition to the educational Symposia, The Sustainability Forum will debut this year as a two-part session available to visitors of both Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas. This new forum will feature a variety of speakers presenting new guidelines, customer demands, and case studies covering sustainability throughout the supply chain and how to implement sustainable practices with ROI top of mind. Seating will be limited. Tickets start at $95.
Also returning are Tech Talks, featuring a lineup of complimentary mini-sessions and panel-style discussions highlighting groundbreaking technical advancements across industries and The Student Research Poster Program, which is currently accepting abstracts through the shows’ respective websites.