Leading flat knitting machine manufacturer Stoll is to offer a webinar on 22 March 2021, via Fashion Council Germany’s online platform, on the topic of digitalisation and sustainability in Stoll flat knitting.
Digitalisation and sustainability are becoming increasingly essential for the success and existence of fashion companies, Stoll says. The flat knitting industry with its immense flexibility and diversity offers many opportunities for digital solutions and sustainable practices, the company adds. In this webinar, Karl Mayer Stoll will share how digital design tools enable more sustainable knitwear development.
Registration is via the Fashion Council Germany website via this link.
Fashion Council Germany
The Fashion Council Germany (FCG) aims to strengthen the German fashion and design landscape for a visionary, technological and sustainable future in a global market. The FCG represents the interests of fashion ‘designed in Germany’ and was founded in January 2015 in Berlin. On the initiative of national industry experts, the council promotes German fashion design as a cultural and economic asset and supports young designers from Germany.
In addition to the promotion of young designers, special attention is paid to education, sustainability and fashion technology as well as to the promotion of cross-disciplinary dialogue and networking. Against this background, the Council carries out essential lobbying work in politics, business and culture, strives for visibility and emphasises the global relevance of fashion design and Germany as a fashion location at home and abroad.
Since the beginning of last year, the FCG has been offering workshops on various business topics in the fashion industry. Until further notice, all FCG seminars will take place online due to the Corona crisis.
Karl Mayer Stoll
Family brand Stoll represents the Karl Mayer Group‘s expertise in the field of flat knitting technology. Since its foundation in 1873, Stoll has always been a reliable manufacturer of efficient flat knitting machines. Equipped with intelligent software solutions for patterning and production planning, such as knitelligence, today’s models open up new possibilities of digitalisation for the company’s customers. In addition, Stoll has made a name for itself as a constant and innovative trendsetter for the textile and clothing industry in the fields of fashion and technical textiles.
Registration for the webinar is via the Fashion Council Germany website via this link.