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CMYUK appoints new Textile Business Development Manager

CMYUK appoints new Textile Business Development Manager

CMYUK has appointed Emily Falconer to the position of Textile Business Development Manager for its Décor and Fashion range of digitally-ready fabrics, in a move designed to further strengthen the company’s growth in these specialist market areas.

With a strong design background, underpinned by solid technical prowess, Emily joins CMYUK from Premier Textiles, where the last role she fulfilled during her six-year tenure, was Business Development Manager, a position that involved her collaborating closely with mills and suppliers in the creation of new materials.

In addition, She has also previously worked in partnership with printer manufacturers to achieve the best results for textiles output using the various print technologies and ink-sets.

Emily led the development in fabric engineering for the DuraVibe brand of fabrics designed specifically for use with HP Latex ink technology and was also involved in the launch of a fashion fabric range designed for use with multiple digital printing processes including reactive, pigment and sublimation.

She will work with all departments within CMYUK to develop new décor and fashion textile ranges and will report directly to Michael Crook, Business Development Director (consumables).

Commenting on her new role, she said: “I have a real passion for textiles and I like the fact that CMYUK offers full solutions to its customers and offers a genuine partnership model of service. Over recent years I have seen how the market for digitally printed textiles has grown, with more customers from non-traditional sectors investing in this technology. CMYUK is one of the very few organisations that combines knowledge of extensive production equipment with materials expertise and thus I am both excited and delighted to be joining the CMYUK team.”

For further information, visit: www.cmyuk.com

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