As part of the program of the Club IFM Alumni Sustainability & Fashion we propose a new meeting in visio-conference on Tuesday, November 17, from 18:30 to 19:30.
What the Tech tells us about the Fashion and Luxury of tomorrow: What are the "Tech" levers that Fashion and Luxury can activate today to adapt to the new challenges of our sectors.
Lydie Lampin, (IFM 1997) has developed for more than 20 years an expertise in product development in close correlation with the retail strategy of the brands. She comes to share with us the conclusions of her thesis "Personalization and technologies will they revolutionize the value chain of the fashion and luxury industry" carried out as part of her executive-MBA Digital Marketing and Business at EFAP in early 2020.
On this occasion, we welcome Lucie Soulard COO & Co-founder of Place2Swap (Customizable re-commerce solutions for brands, a platform for managing second-hand, unsold and returns issues).
- Expectations are very strong in this post-Covid context to better manage the circular economy within our companies and for our brands. Fashion is at the forefront of the economic metamorphosis in progress.
- The Tech solutions that exist to manage all the problems of second hand, unsold, returns, recycling... deserve to be decoded. A number of technologies are key to the success of our changes and to the pursuit of our mission in a more sustainable world that respects our planet.
What is the place of digital technologies in your company, how you are involved in favor of a circular and sustainable economy, we will also be pleased to exchange with you on your questions or your feedback on these subjects which are evolving very quickly within our different companies!
See you on Tuesday, November 17 from 6:30 pm for an hour of sharing and exchange!