1st & 2nd Oct 2020 New York
Closing the gap between design and retail
PI Apparel brings together the fashion, apparel and footwear industry to discuss the opportunities and challenges of emerging digital technologies.
We are thrilled to be returning to New York City for Supply Chain Forum, where we will continue to explore the strategic opportunities that digital technology presents on the entire end-to-end supply chain.
Over the last 20 years there has been an ever-increasing demand for greater speed and variety, but at a lower cost and with a more environmental outlook. To strike this balance, investing in new tools and methodologies with which to approach product ideation, design and production is non-negotiable. It is this very shift to a digital toolkit in the early back end of the fashion supply chain that will be at the center of this stream.
Deploying digital technologies and advanced processes within product creation is a start, but unless you see digital's truly end-to-end potential, you will never achieve the kind of ROI you, or your organization, needs to succeed. Once the product leaves the factory how can disruptive tools and a shift from a mass-production mindset only, achieve the kind of connectivity, transparency and consumer satisfaction that will set you apart from your competition?
We are delighted to be back at the Union League Club this year. As a trusted venue partner of PI Apparel, we look forward to the warm welcome and exceptional service from their professional team.VIEW VENUE DETAILS
One of the best events I attended on innovation and product development. Highly actionable insights that help in making digital transformation in the context of our industry.
Vice President Product Development & Innovation, Swarovski
Very good sessions and very informative. Liked hearing how other companies are implementing new technology.
SVP Global Sourcing & Technical Design, Fullbeauty Brands
Overall the event was great. It was nice to see quite a few of the same attendees and catch up on where they are with 3D implementation a year later.
General Manager of North America, Browzwear