ITMA announces rebranding
December 7, 2016,
HIGH POINT, N.C. – Serving as the go-to source for the textile industry since 1990, ITMA has recently undergone a total rebranding, resulting in the new name International Textile Alliance (ITA). After updating its vision and mission statements, the association and its board chose the name ITA for its ability to communicate the organization's many benefits beyond the Showtime Market—for which it is most closely associated.
Uniquely positioned at the center of the textile, leather and trimmings industries, ITA is focused on providing resources and opportunities to its membership that promote industry advancement through education, awareness, advocacy and technology. While Showtime Market is a key benefit of membership, the organization provides a variety of leadership, networking and educational opportunities throughout the year. These events are designed to support individual member businesses, as well as advance the industry.
ITA has also released a new, streamlined logo that reflects the organization's rebranding. In addition to modern colors and a refreshed design, it features the organization's new tagline: Connection Happens Here. The logos for ITA Showtime Market and ITA Educational Foundation have also been updated to reflect the association's new direction.
"The association has always been, and continues to be, dedicated to investing in the future of textile, trimming and leather industries," added Todd Nifong, president and COO of Al Fresco Functional Fabrics. "We are very excited about our new name and logo, and the opportunities we are creating as the global resource for the textile industry."
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