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Published on Wednesday, 06 February 2013

ETN launches mobile app in first for industry

Written by Brett Mathews

newappEcotextile News has launched a new cross-platform mobile device app, which will allow users to access key industry news, analysis and information at any time – even in the most remote locations.

The move reflects the increasingly dynamic and vibrant nature of the textile and clothing industries where, more than ever, decision-makers need to access business-critical information on the move and away from their computers.


Compatible with iPhone and iPad, Windows and Android platforms – and, in the very near future, BlackBerry - the ETN app is a free download which provides unique content to the 20,000+ signed up members of the Ecotextile News website.

The app offers access to the latest multi-channel industry news, features and archived material, breaking news alerts, a smart search facility and even an environmental image bank to remind readers why we are all moving towards a more sustainable future.

For print and electronic subscribers, the ETN app includes features, archived material and back issues of every magazine. For advertisers it works in tandem with ETN’s online and print media offering, providing a complete media package for communicating with key industry decision-makers.

To download, please click on the links below:

iPhones, iPadWindows, Android, Blackberry

Current subscribers can simply download the app for their device and then follow the on-screen instructions to log in using their ecotextile.com e-mail address and password. Those subscribers who do not yet have an online account at ecotextile.com can set up and activate a new account HERE.


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DyStar is seeking an effective communicator with experience of HSE issues in the textile dyeing and finishing sector. The position involves liaising with leading brands & retailers and representing DyStar's expertise externally to stakeholders such as the ZDHC, SAC and end-users.

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