November '19

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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4 P R I N T W E A R N O V E M B E R 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 BRUCE ART DIRECTOR ERIK WOGEN GRAPHIC DESIGNER DAYNE PILLOW MEDIA CONSULTANT DESIREE DELFRARI MEDIA CONSULTANT RYAN APPLEBAUM SALES SUPPORT JENNIFER ALGER EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD LON WINTERS RAY SMITH JENNIFER COX ERICH CAMPBELL MATTHEW RHOME BRIAN WALKER CRIS SAUNDERS DAN KANE MARK BAGLEY VICE PRESIDENT, NBM EVENTS SUE HUEG, CEM, CMP SENIOR TRADE SHOW SALES MANAGER KATIE DITALLO EVENT SERVICES MANAGER JACKIE RAMSIER EVENT SERVICES COORDINATORS JANET CAIN JOIE MARTIN EXHIBITOR TRAINING COORDINATOR ANTOINETTE VERNON PRESIDENT DAVE POMEROY VICE PRESIDENT / AUDIENCE & EVENTS LORI FARSTAD VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE KORI GONZALES, CPA VICE PRESIDENT / MEDIA & DEVELOPMENT JOHN BENNETT DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SERVICES WOLF BUTLER CEO & OWNER ROBERT H. WIEBER, JR. First Off C a r l y H o l l m a n WEBEXCLUSIVES WWW.PRINTWEARMAG.COM QUICKLESSONS FROM THIS ISSUE Learn why one lifestyle apparel brand is committing to plant- ing 50 million trees by 2025: See the new hues in the Pantone Spring/Summer 2020 Color Trend Report: Watch a video with tips on managing deadlines with outsourced heat transfers: Read about a virtual reality training program for cotton farmers: A s 2019 moves to a close, we all have plenty to be grateful for including companies that do good, colleagues that help us grow, and the ability to support our families and communities. Check out these articles for some feel-good business insight: • Business Trainer (page 10) • Stitch Solutions (page 18) • Perfect Alignment (page 30) • Lend a Hand (page 34) Gratitude and Growth Infrared panels offer more consistent heat across the entire panel versus a coiled resistance heater, which mini- mizes the chances of cool spots. ( PAGE 54 ) By reducing densities and altering se- quencing embroidery designs can sometimes be reduced 10–15% in stitch count while cutting the number of color changes, jumps, and tie-in/ off stitches significantly. ( PAGE 20 ) The global workwear market is expected to be valued at $41 billion by 2024, according to Global Industry Analysts. ( PAGE 40 )

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