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Halston COO to Deliver Keynote at Apparel Magazine's Tech Conference West
By: Marketwired .
Jan. 30, 2013 11:38 AM
COLUMBIA, SC -- (Marketwire) -- 01/30/13 -- Bryan Timm, Chief Operating Officer for the iconic Halston brand, will deliver the Opening Keynote Address, "Tailoring an IT Strategy to the Business of Fashion," at the upcoming Apparel Tech Conference West, to be held Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at LA Trade Tech College. The Conference is produced by Apparel Magazine, and complimentary registration is available to qualified apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers at apparelmag.com.
With more than 20 years of apparel experience, Timm is an industry and technology veteran, having held previous executive positions at BCBG MaxAzria Group, Warnaco's Swimwear Division, Guess? and Kurt Salmon.
In this highly informative and in-depth session, Timm will share his rich experience about how to plan and execute an effective IT strategy. Key topics will include:
The Apparel Tech Conference West is designed to help executives strengthen their firm's strategic direction, technology roadmap and overall competitiveness. Included are up to a dozen expert-led educational sessions focused on design, PLM, ERP, all-channel retail, supply chain management, information technology, mobility and more, as well an exhibit area where attendees can meet one-on-one with leading technology solution providers.
To date, technology sessions will be presented by Dematic, Gerber Technology, Infor
Registration is complimentary for qualified apparel brands, manufacturers and retailers only. Visit apparelmag.com to register. For questions and/or to register by phone, contact Dita Alexandrakis at 973-607-1347 or DAlexandrakis@edgellmail.com.Solution, technology and service providers interested in sponsoring should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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