Why San Francisco? Fashion Founder Stories + Local Resources
If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. But why make it in New York when you can make it in San Francisco? This special presentation will seek to answer that question by moderating a panel of prominent San Francisco based fashion founders who will tell you why they founded their companies in the city by the bay.
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS [More To Come]:
- Andy Pandharikar / VP, Innovation / Myntra / http://myntra.com/
- Mira Picket / Owner / Mira Mira / http://miramirasf.com/
- Myriam Joire / Product Evangelist / https://getpebble.com/
- Rakesh Tondon / CEO / LeTote / http://www.letote.com/
- Ryan E. Long Esq. [Moderator] / Long & Associates / http://www.landapllc.com/
RSVP HERE – http://www.eventbrite.com/e/fashion-business-series-why-san-francisco-fashion-founder-stories-tickets-11364326005
Celebrate Fashion+TechSF 4th Year Anniversary #FTSF4YA#FashionTechSF w/ us on Jan. 29th at General Assembly — FEATURING : Anubha Design / Cortexica / Dhanya Gutta / Elephanti / Fashion Bloggers Connect / Fashion Finder / Future Tech Wear / GPop / infrastructure Upgrade / Ines Bauden / Katie Campbell / Law on The Runway / Makeup by Jake / Mimoona / NV Blue / Raf9 / Runnur / SF Fashion Lab / Stylend / The Nifty / VXNSTA and more….RSVP HERE!
SFFAMA, Retail Tech Summit and General Assembly invite you to an up-to-the-minute holiday panel discussion on “Consumer Innovation and Defining the Brand Experience” with industry thought leaders from SAP, Levi Strauss & Co, Betabrand, AvenueCode, Iron Creative and the Retail Design Institute on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 at 6PM
Fashion, retail, brands, technology, innovation – what does it all mean for consumers, companies and startups? San Francisco is home to iconic brands, leaders in technology and innovation, the best creative professional demographic and the most developed startup economy in the world – Retail Tech Forum is working towards the synergistic interaction of established companies and startups in retail as a catalyst for new paradigms in innovation and the development of the innovation eco-system for retail technology in SF.
[ Article Written by: Kenneth Leung]
At the San Francisco Fashion Week this week I was priveleged to be part of the Retail Tech Panel on retail, technology, and fashion. Moderated by Matt Cooke head of User Experience at Iron Creative, the panel included:
We covered a wide range of subjects on retail, stores, technologies, fashion and Silicon Valley. Here is some of the highlights. The meeting was very free form and there was a lot of interactions and unstaged questions. I am going with what I remembered and some of the pre-arranged questions: