This page lists accepted governmental agencies, industry organizations and educational institutions that are relevant to the commercial and custom upholstery industry.
To have your organization considered for inclusion on this page, please email the web project manager.
An association for OEMs and suppliers that focuses on industry direction, education and promotion with an emphasis on standards and testing method development.
An industry association that serves as a resource from inspiration to application for all graphic applications to fabric and strives to create new possibilities for textiles and graphics.
A division of IFAI that focuses on issues that affect the Canadian textile industry.
A division of IFAI that is open to Japanese IFAI member suppliers, manufacturers and fabricators interested in promoting the country's specialty fabrics industry.
The premiere international trade association representing the entire specialty fabrics and technical textiles industries.
An industry association that provides resources and programs for marine fabricators, establishes standards of excellence and maintains an identity for marine fabricators.
The industry association for outdoor fabric products manufacturers in New Zealand.
The Professional Upholsterers’ Association was established to promote professional workmanship, technical proficiency, sound business practices and ethical conduct in the field of upholstering.
A site that enables professional upholsterers and professional soft furnishings fabricators to learn, discuss and teach in the following areas: furniture upholstery; marine canvas and interior upholstery; automotive upholstery and trim; draperies; slipcovers; awnings; and other soft furnishings.
An industry association for suppliers of apparel, upholstered furniture, home textiles, transportation interiors, leather goods, footwear, and industrial textiles.