April '19

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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WEB EXCLUSIVES WWW.PRINTWEARMAG.COM 4 P R I N T W E A R A P R I L 2 0 1 9 2800 West Midway Boulevard, Broomfield, Colorado, 80020 ( 800 ) 669-0424 • ( 303 ) 469-0424 • FAX ( 303 ) 469-5730 W W W. P R I N T W E A R M A G . C O M PUBLISHER STACY MARSHALL EXECUTIVE EDITOR CARLY HOLLMAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR MICHAEL CLARK DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR ALEXANDRIA ARROYO ART DIRECTOR ERIK WOGEN GRAPHIC DESIGNER DAYNE PILLOW ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE DESIREE DELFRARI ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE ANNA STETTLER SALES SUPPORT JENNIFER ALGER EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD LON WINTERS RAY SMITH JENNIFER COX ERICH CAMPBELL MATTHEW RHOME BRIAN WALKER CRIS SAUNDERS SEAN STEWART DAN KANE MARK BAGLEY VICE PRESIDENT / EVENTS SUE HUEG, CEM, CMP SENIOR TRADE SHOW SALES MANAGER KATIE DITALLO EDUCATION MANAGER ANTOINETTE VERNON PRESIDENT & CEO ROBERT H. WIEBER JR. VICE PRESIDENT / INTEGRATED MEDIA JOHN BENNETT VICE PRESIDENT / PUBLISHING & MARKETS DAVE POMEROY VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE KORI GONZALES, CPA VICE PRESIDENT / AUDIENCE LORI FARSTAD DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SERVICES WOLF BUTLER First Off C a r l y H o l l m a n QUICK LESSONS FROM THIS ISSUE A pril showers may bring May flowers, but it's also the perfect time to nurture your business for continued flourishing. For extra growth opportunities, make sure you check out these articles this month: Spring Has Sprung • Stitch Solutions (page 20) • Erich's Embellishments (page 24) • Pressing Matters (page 28) • To D2 or Not (page 51) See one organization's latest restricted substance list for the apparel and textile industries: Read about how one company donated their time to a charit- able foundation: Find out what apparel company made the list of World's Most Ethical Companies: Learn what one industry veteran sees for the near future of custom- ized apparel: 2019apparelthoughts • According to market research, the global childrenswear market was worth roughly $203 billion in 2017. The U.S. was expected to take up about 34 percent of that by the end of 2018. ( PAGE 34 ) • Everything from lotus fiber to stinging nettles fiber can be used as raw materials for yarns within the eco-conscious category. ( PAGE 48 ) • A sustainable business, unlike a conventional business, manages what is called a tri- ple bottom line, often referred to as people, profits, and planet. ( PAGE 46 )

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