Summer 2021 News

We've been busy working on exciting new developments and strategic partnerships. Read the article for all the details. We hope to see you once again at tradeshows starting this month. Until then please stay safe and healthy.

Texbase Partners With OEKO-TEX® to Create CertLink Platform and a Global Library of Certified Materials

Do you work with OEKO-TEX® standards? CertLink allows vendors to link materials and finished products to their OEKO-TEX® Certificates while the OEKO-TEX® Global Library allows brands and retailers to shop for certified fabrics, leather and trims.

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Protect Your Brand with Sustainable Strategies and Solutions

Sustainability is a broad but critical initiative that we're all striving to get right. Here's a discussion talking about best practices for achieving your compliance goals that we believe you'll find interesting.

Customer Spotlight: brrrº

brrr° uses patented technology to design and manufacture fabrics that provide immediate and continuous cooling. Check out their fabric and yarn offerings in their new digital material library, powered by Texbase!


Just Released: Two Compliance Webinars to Enhance Your Expertise

If you're looking to up your compliance game, you're in the right place. We recently hosted two webinars on compliance management that you won't want to miss. These sessions are now available to watch on our webinar page, and they're packed with pro-tips and strategies to help you stay ahead in the world of compliance.

2022 Fall Newsletter

There's a lot that's new here at Texbase. Check out the latest content from our team of experts as we continue to solve the pressing issues facing our industry with software that just works.

Live Panel at Functional Fabric Fair

Texbase will be moderating a live Panel at Functional Fabric Fair in Portland. Joe Walkuski from Texbase will be moderating a panel of industry leaders as they discuss the "Path to Carbon Neutral". Hear from Ben Galphin(Outsider Innovation), Ruth Kelly(Weft X Warp), Cheryl Smyre(Parkdale Mills), and Jan Beringer(Hohenstein).

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