Addressing ongoing industry challenges with specialists and guest speakers
PCIAW® runs a highly successful series of webinars, each addressing the various challenges our industry face in an ever-changing world.
OPTITEX: Future-proofing the uniform industry through digitalisation
The OPTITEX webinar will educate on how uniform and PPE companies can future-proof growth by digitalising the production chain to become truly sustainable brands.
As the professional clothing industry focuses on its progress to net zero, OPTITEX’s solution offers an efficient workflow that supports sizing and fit predictability, increases productivity, reduces textile waste and mitigates against the supply chain challenges of skill shortages and inflation.
Hosted by OPTITEX’s EMEA Manager, James McDermott, this webinar will also include Customer Success expert, Tamar Kikoria. Kikoria will explore the various tools OPTITEX’s product development solution offers for reducing returns and waste by utilising useful tools, ranging from cross-size simulation and advanced fit analysis tools, to PLM integration and costing.
The PCIAW® and OPTITEX will then take a special look at OPTITEX’s capabilities for military and outdoor clothing, where complex patterns and costly materials are involved.
To inspire your digital process, Giulia Sarno, OPTITEX’s Italy Manager, will share one of OPTITEX’s great customer stories in the uniform domain.
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Nisha Muire, Uniform Program Manager for Air Canada
Karen Sparrow, Director for Red Sparrow Consulting
Stanley Russell, Owner & Director of APT Fabrics
Jamie Meigham, CEO and Co-Founder of Uplift360
Peter Broom, Co-Founder & Director of Meryl Fabrics®
Kevin Simpson, Co-Founder & Director of Meryl Fabrics®
Meryl Fabrics: Solving the Professional Clothing Industry's Sustainability Problem
Meryl Fabrics® has succeeded in revolutionising the way in which textiles are manufactured to help solve the sustainability problem of the professional clothing industry.
The company is on a mission to lead a radical environmental change in the materials used in the textile industry, starting from a molecular quality structure to provide fully recyclable innovative yarns and fabrics with zero microplastic pollution.
The pioneering sustainable textile technology leverages an innovative ecodye solution which removes the need for water, chemicals and solvents from the production process, preventing a significant source of pollution.
Read more about Meryl Fabrics® in one of our features, see here.