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AMFI-Amsterdam Fashion Institute Views: 9843
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The AMFI offers you a full-time, 4-year Bachelor degree programme, which will form an excellent basis for a successful career in the clothing and fashion industry and related businesses. The AMFI provides the only course in the Netherlands that will teach you all facets of the fashion industry. During your studies at the AMFI, the Amsterdam Fashion Institute, you will learn how to develop forward looking, innovative skills. This will enable you to work your way successfully into a prominent (management) position in the fashion industry or in companies in which fashion and trends play an important part. The institute is unique in the Netherlands, because it provides courses which cover all aspects in the fashion industry.

Amsterdam International Fashion Week Views: 9846
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AIFW is steadily establishing itself as a young and directional alternative to the world’s more traditional fashion weeks. Focusing on Amsterdam’s reputation as an inspiring city, the AIFW programme combines commerce with creativity. Alongside our catwalk show schedule our programme includes fashion events, lectures, exhibitions, retail initiatives and parties. As well as a showcase for Dutch fashion, AIFW provides a stage for the growing New Luxury segment, that so far was stuck between existing mainstream trade events and traditional couture weeks. Only an hour or so away from anywhere, our city has a lot to offer: a growing pool of talent, an inspiring place to visit and a vibrant place to do business. Editions of AIFW were held in July 2004, January 2005, July 2005, January 2006, July 2006, January 2007 and July 2007 attracting a growing audience of directional international brands, buyers and press. Our next event is scheduled for January 2008. Please check our “News & Updates” section for the latest program. Press releases and images of previous editions can be found under “Previous Editions”. We look forward to seeing you at the next winter edition, 20th-27th of January 2008, of Amsterdam International Fashion Week.

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design Views: 9847
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Central Saint Martins is one of the leading colleges of art and design in England and remains one of London's most revered art institutions with strong research and teaching departments in Fine Art, Fashion, Graphics, 3D design and Performance.

CITEVE Views: 9854
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CITEVE is the Technological Centre for The Portuguese Textile and Clothing Industry, created in 1989 through the association of Textile Enterprises, Textile Industrial Associations and Public Entities, which represented the Ministry of Industry. As a private non-profit organization, it has about 500 associated companies and more than 2000 customers.

CMK1 Views: 9848
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CMK1 is an international agency that works for the fashion, interior and technology industries.

EDANA Views: 9846
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Unifying the diversified interests of over 190 member companies in 26 countries, EDANA is the International Association Serving the Nonwovens and Related Industries. EDANA represents, protects and actively promotes the common interests of nonwovens and absorbent hygiene product industries and their suppliers in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Formed in 1971, as the European Disposales and Nonwovens Association, EDANA provides a comprehensive range of services and it supplies its members with the information and data necessary for them to enhance the industry goals and performance.

E-MED TEX-NET Views: 9841
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E-MED TEX–NET is a typical technology and innovation transfer project, focussing on the most important industrial sector for the majority of the South Mediterranean countries. The main objective of E-MED TEX-NET is to promote existing and develop new human Networks of excellence among key players directly associated to the Textile and Clothing Industries across the Mediterranean Region.

Emilia Romagna Textile Information Centre Views: 9849
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CITER (Emilia Romagna Textile Information Centre) is a no profit-making consortium, which provides companies in the Textiles & Clothing sector with specific services and products specifically designed to aid their managerial and entrepreneurial development and consolidation. The mission of the centre is carried on through the definition of industrial policies and the provision of research and services on strategic areas, as forecasting information (on fashion, technology and market), technological innovation, quality, training and internationalisation.

EURATEX Views: 9851
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EURATEX's main objective is to promote the interests of its members while taking into account the European Union's institutional framework and its international obligations.

European Textile Services Association Views: 9853
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E.T.S.A. is the acronym for the European Textile Services Association. It was founded in 1994 as a non-profit making association to represent and promote the textile rental services sector in Europe.

Fashion Institute of Technology - FIT Views: 9846
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FIT is a college of art and design, business, and technology of the State University of New York. Seventeen majors offered through the School of Art and Design and ten through the School of Business and Technology lead to the A.A.S., B.F.A., or B.S. degrees.

Fashion To Future Views: 9844
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Fashion To Future is a project running since May 2006 up to April 2008 co-financed by the EU 6th Framework Programme to foster the competitiveness of SMEs in the enlarged Euro-Mediterranean fashion system. The objective is to enable SMEs to participate in future European RTD programmes (FP7) in order to pursue excellence through research, innovation, technology transfer in fashion system integrated with new technologies.

INCDTP Views: 9843
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Founded in 1951, the Research Institute for Textiles, Leather and Rubber oriented its activity to supporting the Romanian textile and leather industry. In 1996, by merging the Textile Research Institute with the Leather-Footwear Research Institute it was set up the actual Research-Development National Institute for Textile and Leather – INCDTP. Romania.

INNOVATEXT Views: 9840
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INNOVATEXT Textile Engineering and Testing Institute - founded in 1949 - is the central research development and testing basis of the Hungarian textile and textile-apparel industry.

Inotex Views: 9850
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Inotex as a successor of the Textile Finishing Research Institute has been working for more than 50 years in service research and specialised production for textile industry. Czech Republic.

Institute of Textile Architecture – IAT Views: 9844
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The Institute of Textile Architecture – IAT is a national research and development organization for the Polish textile industry. IAT was established in 1957. Founding the research unit in Lodz was directly connected with the textile industry developed in the city.

Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering Views: 9839
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The Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering Denkendorf (ITV Denkendorf) supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the solution of research and development tasks within the scope of industrial joint research. Accordingly the individual working fields are orientated to these tasks which in general cover the whole field of textile technology and related fields. Located in the heart of Baden-Württemberg, southwest Germany, ITV Denkendorf is Germany´s major textile research facility with over 200 scientific and technical staff. ITV is personally linked by its director with Stuttgart University. As a professor he holds the Chair of Textile Technology / Mechanical Engineering. At ITV Denkendorf students of different subjects are introduced to practical textile research and biomedical process engineering and looked after within the scope of projects carried through as diploma works or doctoral theses. is part of the German Institutes for Textile and Fibre Research Denkendorf - the centre for industrial joint research supervised by the Ministry of Economics of Baden-Württemberg - which is fully orientated to the interests of textile industry.

Intelligent Textile Environment - ITE Views: 9846
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ITE project exploits the most recent outcomes in the field of innovation research and targets the vast number of textile and clothing SMEs all over Europe. Starting form 1st July 2004 and for a period of two years, twenty two organisations from the major players in textile industry in sixteen countries (Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany Lithuania, Latvia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Malta, Slovakia, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey) will be available to assist entrepreneurs in their research way towards Sixth Framework Programme.

International Textile Manufacturers Federation Views: 9848
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The International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) is an international Association for the world’s textile industries, dedicated to keeping its world-wide membership constantly informed through surveys, studies and publications and through the organization of annual conferences, participating in the evolution of the industry’s value chain and publishing considered opinions on future trends and international developments.

ITV Denkendorf Views: 9843
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Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering Denkendorf (ITV Denkendorf) - supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the solution of research and development tasks within the scope of industrial joint research. Accordingly the individual working fields are orientated to these tasks which in general cover the whole field of textile technology and related fields. - is part of the German Institutes for Textile and Fibre Research Stuttgart - the centre for industrial joint research supervised by the Ministry of Economics of Baden-Württemberg - which is fully orientated to the interests of textile industry.

National Institute of Fashion Technology - N.I.F.T. Views: 9851
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National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Delhi was established in 1987 under the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. The main motive behind the idea of this Institute was to fulfil the long-felt needs of the export-oriented garment industry to train manpower in fashion design, garment manufacturing technology and apparel marketing and merchandising. NIFT is one of the leading fashion schools of India. Many of the leading designers of India are NIFT alumni.

Paris Fashion Institute Views: 9851
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Paris Fashion Institute hosts three separate seminars, each consisting of an intensive four-week program. These seminars are held during January, June and September. All classes are taught in English.

Peclers Paris Views: 9841
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Styling and trend forecasting agency for the textile, fashion, cosmetics, home decoration, consumer goods and retailing industries.

Research Institute for Textile Chemistry Views: 9841
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Research Institute for Textile Chemistry (VÚTCH) in Žilina was established on March 1, 1970. The main activity of the Institute was oriented originally on research and development of: textile auxiliaries, textile finishing technologies, testing methods, standards and testing instruments. At present, the activity objective of the company is as follows: research and development in textiles, textile chemistry and human textile ecology, testing, certification and inspection services of the Authorized Body SKTC-119 and CIS 10/1999, small scale chemical and textile manufacture, piece machinery production and consulting services for textile, clothing and chemical industry

shoe5000 Views: 9847
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The main objective of the project is to complement the FP6 instruments and to stimulate, encourage and facilitate the participation of FOOTWEAR and FOOTWEAR COMPONENTS manufacturer SMEs, small research teams, research centres, and those organisations from the Candidate Countries

TEXDATA Views: 9846
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TEXDATA, the Technical Database for the Textile Industry.

Texmondo.com Views: 9841
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Texmondo.com ® is contrived for textile-apparel professionals all over the world. And particularly, all actors of the textile chain from the fibres producer to the manufacturer (filament producer, spinning mill, warping/sizing, weaving and knitting mills, Non Woven producer, engineering, commercial agents, designer, and so on) will find there information's and links directly connected with their daily activity.

Textile Education and Research in Europe - TEXERE Views: 9847
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The principal objectives of TEXERE are as follows: a) To collect and exchange information and knowledge in the field of textiles education on an international scale. b) To gain insight into the place, level, form and content of the subject of textiles within all sectors of education throughout the world. c) To Promote the subject of textiles at all levels of education.

Textile Institute Views: 9846
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The Textile Institute is a unique organisation in textiles, clothing and footwear. It was incorporated in England by a Royal Charter granted in 1925 and is a registered charity. The Institute has individual and corporate members in over 90 countries, the membership covers all sectors and all disciplines in textiles, clothing and footwear.

Textile International Views: 9849
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Textile International is a database of worldwide Companies with their business activities.

Textile Research Institute - AITEX Views: 9849
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The Textile Research Institute (AITEX) is a private, non-profit making association made up of textile and related companies whose main objective is to improve the textile companies competitiveness, promoting modernisation actions, new technologies introduction and improvement of the companies and products quality. AITEX acts on behalf of the textile and clothing industries in Spain and overseas, having our Institute a strong industrial representation. Its internal and functional structure is based on departments and technical units in the area, which assure the achievement of the objectives proposed, as follows: Laboratories: Physics, Chemical, Fire behaviour and Geotextiles, Standardization, Certification and Quality Control and Consultancy, R+D+I Projects, Research Results Transference Office (RRTO), Technological Observatory, Training, Pattern-Making, Information And Communication Technologies (ITC’s).

textileinfo.com Views: 9844
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Senshoku Keizai Shimbun Co., Ltd., has been operating "textileinfo.com" since 16 Nov. 1999, succeeding our former site "TextileArt," as our web site for textile technology. "textileinfo.com" introduces information related to innovative technology and management, at times unique to Japanese culture, as well as the latest news concerning textiles in general. We hope that "textileinfo.com" will be recognized worldwide as a homepage where readers can access the latest information on textiles.

TÜTSIS Views: 9852
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TÜTSIS was first founded by 8 industrial establishments in Istanbul under the name "Istanbul Tekstil Sanayii Isverenleri Sendikasi" (Istanbul Textile Employers’ Association) on January 2, 1961. The association has been conducting its activities under the name TURKISH TEXTILE EMPLOYERS’ ASSOCIATION (TÜTSIS) since February 13, 1962 by transforming itself into a Turkey-wide organization only after one year from its foundation upon receiving an immense interest from textile industrialists with its worthwhile services aimed at common interests of its members and realizing a mutual support that had been yearned for years.

Yellowtex Views: 9838
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Yellowtex is a company made up of young and dynamic people with direct experience in the textile industry and in Internet technologies. This synergy of experiences represents the force of our portal. The knowledge of the textile industry has allowed us to fully understand the real necessities of our customers, guiding us in the creation of our content and services. Through our network of representatives at a national level we succeed in maintaining a direct communication channel with companies all over Italy. On the other side, the experience and the skill in the software engineering and in particular in the development of data-intensive web applications allows us to put into practice our ideas quickly, thus creating always new services, using the latest technologies available."



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