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T.EVO Textile Evolution T.EVO is the new voice of textile innovation and gives a refreshing, exciting and original outlook o.. Product #: TV Regular price: $160.00 $160.00

T.EVO Textile Evolution

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T.EVO is the new voice of textile innovation and gives a refreshing, exciting and original outlook on key innovations in the technical apparel and fabric sectors across the entire supply chain.

This exciting new publication reports on cutting edge developments at the frontiers of textile technology and research. It’s the ideal resource for innovators in the textile industry such as textile manufacturers, fabric engineers, specifiers at retailers and brands, government purchasers, chemical suppliers and policy makers.

Our electronic ‘Footprint’ subscriptions start from just £160 per year, but a subscription to our TEVO PLUS package includes a bi-monthly printed magazine, full access to thousands of unique stories in our premium online archive; a weekly e-news bulletin, full access to all MCL magazines via our mobile app and a searchable electronic back issue of every magazine we have published.

Multiple corporate subscription rates are also available. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for further information.

Take a look at the digitised version of TEVO or complete your subscription process (see blue buttons above and left) to see how you can integrate innovation into the heart of your textile business.

  • The very latest advances in technical textile technology

  • Exciting functional innovations for performance fabrics and apparel

  • In-depth analysis of the growing potential in digital and 3D textile printing

  • Expert comment on the leading developments in textile machinery

  • New types of natural, synthetic and performance fibres

  • Influential commentary on sportswear and outdoor fabrics

  • Textile electronics and their endless possibilities

  • Live news reports from global technical textile exhibitions and conferences

  • Technical advances in military, medical and workwear fabrics

  • Industrial textiles, geotextiles, filtration and textile composites.

  • Cutting edge scientific research and technical patents

  • Breaking news on textile dyes, chemicals and new finishing techniques

  • Key developments in smart textiles and nanotechnology

  • Exclusive interviews with key industry figures

Chris Remington

Chris Remington is the Editor of Textile Evolution (T.EVO) Magazine, which focuses on the latest technical textile developments and disruptive technology breakthroughs from across the industry’s supply chains. A graduate of Sheffield Hallam University, Chris reports live from leading international textile trade shows, shedding light on product launches and speaking with professionals from across various markets. He also contributes to other MCL publications including Ecotextile News.

Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-remington-a92094130/

 

Tony Whitfield

Tony Whitfield is senior news editor for T.EVO and is one of the most experienced journalists at MCL with capability in the written, online and broadcast formats. He worked as a writer and broadcaster in sports journalism for over ten years – his credits include: TEAMtalk.com (incorporating script writing, sports commentary and broadcast presentations for SportsLive Radio, and news bulletins for TEAMtalk 252). Online, he has provided content for TEAMtalk Racing, The Press Association, SportingLife.com, BBC Ceefax, ITV Teletext and 365 Media/Sky Sports Networked Media. He has also designed, hand coded, and written content for a number of websites. At MCL News & Media Tony is the news and features editor for T.EVO. He also contributes to special reports and other MCL titles.

Twitter https://twitter.com/TEVOnews

 

Kieran Mitchell helps to deliver MCL content across a range of new media including print, online, social media, audio, film and other broadcast formats. A graduate of Bradford University in the UK with a degree in Television Production, he also gained a Diploma in International Studies after spending a year studying film editing and journalism at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

During his time in the USA, he worked on a major historical documentary which is now a permanent exhibit in the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans. He has also broadcast media work for the BBC and for Sporting Heritage at the UK National Film and Photography museum.

He also has experience in news writing, and his brief is to deliver MCL content across a new range of media formats to meet the changing information needs of tomorrow’s generation of MCL readers.