New York City-based Gerber Technology recently held its annual ideation conference in a fully virtual format. More than 2,200 professionals from some 90 countries participated in the three-day event. Tracks for fashion and apparel; furniture; transportation; personal protective equipment (PPE); and sign and graphics were featured in order to cater the content to each attendee’s interests.
At ideation, Gerber continued to build on its PPE Task Force Initiative by offering knowledge and tools for each sector of the industry to help companies accelerate their digital transformation to making PPE.
Ideation 2020 also hosted a second annual Executive Forum attended by 100 executives from across all industries. The forum featured a Thought Leadership panel comprised of Murray Pitts, Burlington Medical; Matthew Wallace, Project DXM; Whitney Cathcart, 3DLOOK; Stephen Lamar, AAFA; and the National Council of Textile Organizations’ Kim Glas. The panel was moderated by The Interline’s Ben Hanson.