Decorative Textile Stitching list allows marketers to target executives, textile buyers, and others allied to the apparel manufacturing industry. These professionals rely on resources like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics including fashion trends, career advancement and business development strategies.
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Decorative Textile Stitching list allows marketers to target executives, textile buyers, and others allied to the apparel manufacturing industry. These professionals rely on resources like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics including fashion trends, career advancement and business development strategies. Along with online and offline publications, these B2B professionals purchase products ranging from apparel pressing to embroidery machines.
Reach professionals who pleat, stitch, and tuck fabrics in the apparel and cloth manufacturing industry. These decorative techniques add style and fashion to clothing and linens like skirts, blouses, pillow cases, sheets, bedspreads and draperies. Pleats add more fullness to dresses and window furnishings while decorative stitching makes a statement when adding logos, embroidered florals, and needlepoint designs to hats and shirts. Professionals in this list work in positions such as senior management, procurement, production, human resources and equipment maintenance. They purchase or download resources for business planning, fashion trends, lean manufacturing processes, equipment upgrades, customer acquisition, personnel training, and business funding opportunities. They rely on trusted vendors and partners for products and services that improve daily operations and boost profitability. They attend seminars and tradeshows for professional growth, vendor relationship development, and technology advancements.
Pleating and decorative stitch techniques:
Applique, Art needlework, Embroidery, Crochet, Eyelet making, Hem-stitching, Lace, Permanent pleating and pressing, Quilting, Ruffling, Scalloping, Stitching
These manufacturing professionals purchase products and services such as: industry magazines, looms, pressing machines, sewing machines, cutters, embroidery machines, fabric, yarn, appliques, snaps, buttons, zippers, knitting machines, packaging, needles, thread, bleaches, employee uniforms, computers, software, mobile devices, office supplies, and office furnishings.
Ideal users of this list include: Industry publication providers, auto industry, furniture manufacturers, clothing designers, milling equipment manufacturers, chemical dye manufacturers, logistics providers, packaging providers, insurance providers, financial institutions, R&D facilities, legal advisors, continuing education providers, and credit card issuers.