By Rhea Cortado | November 21, 2013
Walk down the trade-show aisles 10 years ago, and most likely every desk had a stack of paper order forms. Today, it’s more common to see customers tapping an iPad to take notes and place orders through an application such as NuOrder.
Clovis, Calif.–based embellished-apparel resource Synergy 17 has created a macro for CorelDraw to help apparel designers resize rhinestone fonts for custom applications.
Burbank, Calif.–based Graphics One LLC formed a partnership with Metalnox, a Brazil-based maker of heavy-duty calendars and industrial heat presses.
Every apparel maker and retailer knows that technology these days is driving profit and efficiency.
Bridgewater, N.Y.-based Brother International Corp. is running a special 0 percent financing program on its GraffiTeeseries of digital garment printers.
As social media becomes more commonplace, a blurry line has formed between employees’ permissible use of sites such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to discuss work-related issues and employers’ policies regarding discussing company matters in online public forums.
Technology providers offer advice for companies looking to add product lifecycle management systems.
Swimwear giant Speedo will be using visual merchandising software vrMockshop to plan its retail environments, according to Centric Software Inc., owner and distributor of vrMockshop.
An affiliate of California private-equity firm Platinum Equity purchased the U.S. and Canadian CheckView units from Thorofare, N.J.–based retail security solutions provider Checkpoint Systems Inc.
The international Techtextil North America trade fair, in conjunction withThe Sewn Products Equipment & Suppliers of the Americas (SPESA), was held March 19–21 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., where technical textiles, nonwovens and functional-apparel makers displayed new and innovative machinery and materials.
With a crowd of more than 180—which included 52 first-time attendees—the American Apparel & Footwear Association hosted its three-day Executive Summit March 13–15 at the Four Season...
Apparel software-solutions provider Simparel hosted an educational event at the California Market Center in downtown Los Angeles to showcase its advanced technological tools and disc...
Childrenswear manufacturers and importers have a new set of rules to comply with the safety standards under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA)....
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) hopes to see “e-fairness” legislation passed in 2013. ...
New York–based Alvanon Inc. introduced a new series of technical fit mannequins for the Mexico market at the recent at Expo Produccion in Mexico City.
The Los Angeles denim label Miss Me has won an $8.7 million default judgment against a ring of counterfeit websites that in one instance had almost an exact replica of the Miss Me website.