The available exhibition area at TV TecStyle Visions is currently 80 per cent booked up and further registrations are expected. Project Manager Nicole Dalkolmo reports: “Our current registration level is very positive. Our customers know about the strengths of TV TecStyle Visions, the quality of our specialist visitors is impressive. By the time the trade fair opens the hall will be full, we are now starting with the concrete planning of the accompanying programme for specialist visitors.”
For its eleventh edition, the trade fair is again attracting its regular exhibitors from around Germany to Stuttgart. In addition, it can report a constant increase of foreign exhibitors: In the past three trade fairs, the numbers of international exhibitors both from the technical market segments as well as from the textile sector have continued to rise. Above all, companies from France, Italy and Great Britain appreciate the quality of TV TecStyle Visions. Altogether, exhibitors from 28 countries came to Stuttgart for the 2018 edition of the event. The current exhibitor directory for TV TecStyle Visions can be viewed online.
TV TecStyle Visions at L-Bank forum
On account of the Dach+Holz trade fair, which will be taking place in parallel, TV TecStyle Visions 2020 will be held in the L-Bank Forum (Hall 1), the biggest hall at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre. Unlike in previous years, the entire trade fair and accompanying programme will thus be concentrated in a single hall. The parallel events WETEC and GiveADays will flank the trade fair in the Jacques Lanners Hall (Hall 3) and Hall 5. The three international trade fairs will provide the ideal orientation for all fields of application of visual and haptic communication under a single roof, as EXPO 4.0. Synergy effects across technologies and products will ensure genuine added value for users and suppliers.
The highlights in the accompanying programme of TV TecStyle Visions include daily fashion shows of renowned and famous textile manufacturers. In the technical special show on the microfactory in cooperation with the German institutes for textile and fibre research, visitors can themselves gain some hands-on experience. Charlie Taublieb, alias Dr. Print, will answer the visitors’ questions. The programme will be rounded off by technical talks on current trendy topics in textile finishing and on materials and techniques. At the Fair.Eco.Bio stand, the specialist visitors will find out all about the trendy topic of sustainability.