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| 24/01/2017

Super ManThis year’s Printwear & Promotion LIVE! will be the biggest and best yet, promising its visitors even more to see! With less than five weeks to go until the show opens its doors, visitors are advised to register now to beat the queues on the day.

A number of key companies will be showcasing the latest in cutting edge garment, textile and promotional product printing equipment at the three-day show, with many unveiling new technology for the first time.

Visitors will benefit from on stand product demonstrations and there will be a wealth of advice available on topics such as DTG printing, transfer printing, screen printing, marketing and more.

With over 150 stands including 60+ clothing brands, Printwear & Promotion LIVE! will play host to all the leading names that exhibit year-on-year, in addition to a number of returning companies such as Hybrid Services, Kustom Kit, Sabur Digital and Continental Clothing Co. There are also a number of first time exhibitors, including Kariban, Longforte Sublimation Blanks, Rainstar Garments UK, Stormtech Performance Apparel, The Outdoors Company and many, many more.

2017 also sees speakers from across the globe covering a range of topics in the Seminar Suite, from Joe Wigzell of Roland DG discussing the benefits of offering a personalisation service, to Bernhard Nitsche, of CADlink offering an introduction to design software for garment decoration. View the full programme here.

And that’s not all. The Screen Print Workshop is returning for a second year with a programme that will cover a range of topics for beginners and experts alike.

The popular Bag & Headwear Decoration Advice stand will also be there with advice on how to decorate those tricky items with opportunities for you to see demos and try it for yourself!

The fashion shows, sponsored again this year by Regatta, will take place three times daily, showcasing the latest in printwear styles. See which brands will feature and when here.

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