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20th December 2017, Dallas, TX

IFAI Expo 2018 calls for presentations

IFAI Expo 2018, the largest display of specialty fabrics and technical textiles in the Americas, is looking for presentation topic ideas and interested speakers to submit their applications by 12 January. The next edition of the exhibition will take place from 15-18 October 2018 in Dallas, TX, co-locating with CAMX.

IFAI is thrilled to offer visitors the premier industrial fabrics expo in North America. “This is the place to see new and innovative products, learn from the experts, meet influential industry leaders and more. Experience innovation at its best highlighted via partnerships in technical textiles markets including medical, automotive, e-textiles, safety/protective, performance wear and aerospace,” organisers report.

The show is connecting thousands of attendees with more than 400 exhibitors. © IFAI Expo

Categories for presentations include: advanced textiles, shade and weather protection, specialty fabrics, and general business. The presentation will help participants build their reputation as an industry expert, share their knowledge and inspire others, and create valuable and lasting professional contacts.

The show is connecting thousands of attendees with more than 400 exhibitors, facilitates global connections and networking through events, education and meetings, offers comprehensive programming to generate ideas, provide solutions and promote business growth, and features numerous experiences showcasing the breadth and innovation of the industry.

Drawing on more than 100 years of trade show experience, IFAI Expo has been the foundation of providing the specialty fabrics industry a forum for commerce, networking, and knowledge. With the addition of advanced textiles and an all-new shade area, the show continues to feature all aspects of the industry.


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