Dec 7, 2023
New Dates for Upcoming Interwoven Textile Fair by ITA Announced
NEW DATES ANNOUNCED BEGINNING FALL 2023
HIGH POINT, N.C. — In order to better serve our industry and increase show accessibility, changes have been made to future Interwoven Textile Fair by ITA show dates. The Spring 2023 dates will remain as planned, scheduled for Sunday, May 21-Wednesday, May 24. The dates for the forthcoming shows, hosted by the International Textile Alliance (ITA), have changed as follows:
• Fall 2023: Tuesday, November 14 -Thursday, November16
• Spring 2024: Tuesday, May 7 –Thursday, May 9
“The goal of the ITA is to advocate for our members and help them grow their company visibility. We heard from many stakeholders of the Interwoven Textile Fair by ITA that the dates of our show would be better serving of the exhibitors and buyers alike if we made some changes to the dates. These changes are a result of this feedback. We anticipate continued interest and growing attendance at our shows and willcontinue our collaboration with the industry to make them a successful investment,” says Kathryn Richardson, President of ITA Board of Directors and VP of Sales for Libeco.
In an effort to make the bi-annual ITA Member Meeting more accessible to all members, the meetings will now be held two weeks in advance of the show via Zoom. This change will occur beginning with the spring 2023 event. The forthcoming dates for the Virtual ITA Membership Meeting are as follows:
• Spring 2023 Virtual Member Meeting: Thursday, May 11, 1:00 pm EST
• Fall 2023 Virtual Member Meeting: Thursday, November 2, 1:00 pm EST
• Spring 2024 Virtual Member Meeting: Thursday, May 2, 1:00 pm EST
About Interwoven Textile Fair by ITA
Presented twice a year in High Point, N.C., the Interwoven show brings all segments of the textile industry together. Supplying attendees with the most comprehensive fabric, leather, and trim presentations, ITA member companies host more than 600 buying companies during each event. On average, exhibitors schedule 100+ appointments during the week of the show, making this a valuable and cost-effective venue for showing and viewing fabrics. Throughout the event, several networking, social events, and educational seminars are also held.
Founded in 1990, ITA is a non-profit business association dedicated to promoting its members and supporting textile industry development. Members pay an annual fee that funds the association’s industry events and education programs. A primary membership benefit is that only ITA members are permitted to exhibit at the biannual Interwoven show.
Learn more at internationaltextilealliance.org