In its quest to get closer to end users and to learn more about their challenges in the market, Neenah Coldenhove recently decided to focus its attention on creating connections and implementing its knowledge sharing through collaboration with designers and universities.
Neenah Coldenhove are looking for new collaboration opportunities. To uncover new possibilities, explore new perspectives and together stand out more in the market. The company want to inspire students/young designers, the next generation, and are confident it can make the difference together. The comapny want to help them obtaining the freedom to create innovative fashion by using a smart printing technology.
The first output of this project, the Jetcollection, will soon be presented. In close cooperation with four talented designers and thanks to the generous help of Debbie McKeegan, The Print Company, and Premier Digital Textiles the company managed to produce its first small collection. The creations of Beccy Bland, _&elle , LUMETRICA and Jess Priest have been brought to life in each piece. This is just a first step with which the company want to showcase the potential of digital transfer printing.
The JetCollection will be presented at FESPA in Munich and ITMA in Barcelona. Upcoming FESPA events include FESPA Africa, the region’s largest, focused exhibition for wide format digital printing, screen printing, garment decoration and textile printing, which is co-located with Sign Africa and Africa Print – the region’s leading events for the signage and printing industry – as well as Africa LED and Modern Marketing. The event is taking place from 11-13 September 2019 at Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg.