Mar 8, 2011

FGI Hosts Fashion E-Commerce Panel

THE FASHION GROUP INTERNATIONAL OF SEATTLE ANNOUNCES DETAILS
FOR RETAIL IN THE WORLD OF E-COMMERCE: FASHION EDITION

The fashion industry prides itself on moving quickly, but it will have to move even faster if it’s going to keep pace with the rapid demands of the e- commerce world. In 2010 retail E-Commerce was up 10% reaching sales of $142 billion
and that number will continue to rise as consumers continue to embrace fast fashion. Join Fashion Group International for an interactive panel discussion on retail, e- commerce and how it is changing the fashion industry. Topics of discussion will include mobile commerce trends, effective social media strategies, market research in the digital world, technology trends seen at New York Fashion Week and more. Panelists include Manfred Bluemel, Founder of Zeitgeist Research, Kyle Vucko, CEO of Indochino, Corinne Cavanaugh, Founder of Free Seattle Socially, Russ Blain, President and CEO of Bag, Borrow or Steal, Helen Stauffer, Director of E-Commerce & Merchandising at Eddie Bauer, and Seattle Stylist Hope Misterek. Lucky Magazines will be given out to the first 30 guests featuring a special SEATTLE City Shopping Guide. Space is limited so get your ticket now! For event updates follow Seattle FGI on Twitter @seattlefgi.

What: Retail in the World of E-Commerce: Fashion Edition

Date: March 23, 2011

Time: 7-9pm

Where: Spitfire Bar & Grill , 2219 4th Ave Seattle, WA 98121

Tickets: $20/FGI Members - $25/Non-Members . Click here to purchase.

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