Como, a production district that has always dealt with fashion, textiles, and creativity.
It is exactly here, in the heart of the Como area, that Creazioni Digitali, a leading company in textile digital printing, and Kornit Digital, an Israeli multinational leader in innovation in the FashionTech sector, decided to create CreŌSphere, an event dedicated to responsible innovation.
A unique event of its kind, taking place over two days. The first one, on 26th October 2021, will be organised in the splendid setting of Villa Erba in Cernobbio, while the following day, Wednesday 27th October, will be held in the CreŌ Center, the experimental centre of Digital Creations.
CreŌSphere will be the occasion to share ideas and visions and discover the features of Kornit Digital’s Presto S and Atlas Max machines, as well as learn about the high-quality service offered by Creazioni Digitali.
In particular, CreŌSphere rolls out as follows:
26 October 2021 – From 5 p.m.
Villa Erba Antica | Cernobbio | Como
An evening during which we will talk about sustainability and responsibility, the vision that guides the two companies and the results that can be obtained when adopting that mindset. Speakers will include voices of pioneers in responsible innovation such as Giusy Bettoni of C.L.A.S.S., Stefano Babbini of Mogu, and the CEOs of Creazioni Digitali and Kornit Digital, Roberto Lucini and Ronen Samuel respectively. During the evening there will be moments for networking and various surprises.
27 October 2021 – 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Digital Creations | Lurate Caccivio | Como
An open day at the CreŌ Center, the production and experimental centre of Creazioni Digitali where creativity and inspiration meet. Here, responsible innovation is one of the pillars on which machines and processes are built, in order to ensure sustainability and innovation. Visitors will have the opportunity to visit “behind the scenes” of the excellence of Como’s textile digital printing and touch the potential of Kornit Digital’s Presto S and Atlas Max, as well as discover the curiosities, processes, and ideas that lead the sustainability concept of the two partner companies
Roberto Lucini, Fondatore e CEO di Creazioni Digitali, said: “Thanks to the partnership between Creazioni Digitali and Kornit Digital we want to provide textile companies with a unique technology, resulting from responsible innovation that will revolutionise the printing process thanks to reduced pollution, shorter timeframes, flexibility, and incredible creative potential.”
“We started believing in and implementing processes with a reduced impact on the environment back in 2016, when few, very few people were talking about sustainability. The pandemic did not dampen our desire to invest in technological innovation and sustainability, hence the desire to forge this relationship with Kornit Digital. From my point of view, this is a great opportunity not only for Creazioni Digitali, but for the entire Como textile district, which is called upon to respond with strength, continuity, and credibility to issues linked to sustainability and the environment.”
Samuel, CEO of Kornit Digital, said: “Creazioni Digitali is a recognised leader and innovator in Como and Kornit is proud to partner with them as we write the operating system for sustainable fashion on demand. We see a shift in the textile and fashion industry, and digital will be a catalyst for modernizing the business, breaking the barriers between imagination and physical applications, connecting consumers and fulfillers on a global scale, and truly realize a new model providing both sustainability and profitability, free of waste. Together we are showing producers how to create more with less, shrink their carbon footprint, and deliver unlimited expression while transcending the environmental, overproduction, and logistical pains that have plagued the industry.”
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