"Let's Talk About It!" Lectures Slated for Heimtextil

FRANKFURT, Germany--The January Heimtextil will offer a lecture program titled "Let's talk about it!," which will focus on trends in the home-furnishings market.

The first day of this program, Jan. 12, 2011, will be devoted to fashion trends in home textiles such as colors, patterns and materials. The following day will feature sessions on the future market for sustainable textiles, including certification and labeling issues. The third and final day, Jan. 14, will feature lectures concentrating on the contract textiles business, with topics such as the standards these textiles must meet, the current needs of this sector's business-to-business segment and future growth of the contract sector.

Details on the "Let's talk about it!" program can be found on the Heimtextil Web site, heimtextil.messefrankfurt.com.

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