One thing that COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted is the way the businesses used to work. The homes have become ‘safe’ working places for people because of lockdown measures across the world and the meetings have gone virtual, which are being conducted either from home or from remote locations.
As the freedom of meeting in-person with the business associates or even with friends and family members is no more there, at least for some time now, the whole scenario has been a major thrust behind the rediscovery of interior of houses from where meetings are being conducted today.
Therefore, a home has become main asset to invest in order to ensure that it is more welcoming, appealing and comfortable than ever. And, that’s what drives the innovations in home textiles in today’s era.
Since the strong push to the home sector, particularly in home textiles, has seen intrigued involvement of companies all over the world starting from the January last year till today, Italy’s IMA Spa, a leading cutting room technology provider for fashion, textile, automotive and aligned industries, has also seen an immense growth in its H340 spreaders this year and is continuing to record a considerable increase.
This is what brings IMA Spa to conduct its second webinar of the #IMAwebinars2021 cycle which will be themed on ‘Home Textile’ and the same will be organised on 4 June ’21.
During the webinar, IMA Spa will present the technological solutions that the company proposes for the handling and spreading of household linen (tablecloths, curtains and sheets) and for the spreading and cutting of foam material with a specially designed and dedicated line.
The webinar is free for all to attend and the industry professionals can register using below link –
The webinar is also available on IMA Spa’s app which it launched back in 2020 to stay connected with its customers digitally.
It’s worth noting here that Italian cutting tech giant IMA Spa launched a webinar series from 26 March this year – “IMA Webinars 2021” to assist Textile & Clothing Industry and beyond across the world wherein the company presents its proposal for the various types of production models to its customers and collaborators.