SHANGHAI, Feb. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As the most influential digital printing exhibition in Asia, Shanghai International Digital Printing Industry Fair (TPF) will welcome its 8th edition. TPF 2017 will attract over 230 exhibitors with the exhibition space of 20,000sqm at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from 19 to 21 April. This year's TPF will feature a Design Pavilion to help accelerate the development of original design. Digital printing will meet the updated consumption trends as it realizes the production model of small-batches with high speed.
Walan provides with advanced services for all key segments of original design. Walanwalan.com is the largest service platform for digital design; Walan Institute is a professional open-ended class, and Walan is also a trade base for Jiangsu copyright licensing, in the form of a company named Jiangsu Walan Intellectual Property Co., LTD, which defines its strategic goal of "convenient, efficient and affordable" to provide services in all design copyright area. Mr. Yu Guoping, General Manager of Walan, said, "Copyright protection boosts prosperity of originality, and prosperity of originality boosts the industry upgrades. In order to avoid the malignant price war in the saturated digital textile printing market, we focus on the cultivation of more Chinese designers and the protection of picture patents in China to speed up the fabric development and improve the market competitiveness."
2017 Shanghai International Digital Printing Industry Fair (TPF 2017) aims at impelling the development of digital printing industry, and creating a platform for technical communication and business opportunities for both suppliers and buyers. In response to the appeal of digital printing suppliers for a talk with end-users and identification of needs and expectations of designers and consumers, TPF will join with Walan to introduce the Design Pavilion this time to connect all the important points in the supply chain.
First Appearance of Design Pavilion, Onsite Show of Italian Designers
The Design Pavilion led by Walan will have its first show at TPF 2017. More than 10 printing design studios will attend TPF 2017 covering more than 180sqm, such as ANTERPRIMA and STD (Korea) who will display their fashion and attractive designs.
"Walan Institute -- Digital Design Master Class", organized by Walan Institute, walanwalan.com and UBM China will be held during the exhibition. Experts will share their views on some hottest topics; the Director of ANTERPRIMA, Chiara will have a speech on Printing Design and Fashion Industry and the Vice President of Walanwalan.com, Mr. Jin Nanyuan will discuss the Training Practice of Chinese Designers. insA lively hand-drawing shows will display onsite which will is expected to attract a lot of attention.
For more information, please visit http://www.cstpf.com/en-us/index.
UBM China (Shanghai)
Since the establishment of Walan in 2012, it has attracted more than 30,000 customers from eleven countries and more than 3000 pattern design studios at home and abroad by its "on-line fitting", "image identification", "copyright registration", and "Walan Institute". It helps customers to accelerate the fabric development efficiency and reduce development costs. It also supports designers to realize the free design and to start their own business.
In September 2015, Transfer Chemicals (002010) implemented 28 million strategic sharing investment, committed to build the world's leading pattern designing service platform.
About UBM China (Shanghai)
UBM China (Shanghai) is committed to building the trade platforms for the specialized communities through the exhibitions and conferences targeting children, baby and maternity products, game developers, marketing professionals, telecom engineering management, ecommerce specialists, pharmaceutical companies and logistics managers.