Alvanon president Ed Gribbin will join a panel discussion titled “3D Technology for Fashion/Apparel” at Product Innovation Apparel’s World Series, June 28, 2016, 3:15 p.m., The Union League Club, 38 E. 37th St. NYC.
Gribbin, a leading authority on the global business of fashion, will team up with technical experts from Gerber Technology, Caleres, CLO Virtual Fashion, Dassault Systems, Browzwear, Lectra and Optitex to discuss issues ranging from “3D is of interest, but where do I start?” to “What can we expect from an apparel company that has successfully adopted 3D in 5 years’ time?”
“Attendees to the panel discussion can ask virtually any question pertaining to the sometimes intricate task of knowing how to start, manage or improve 3D technology programs in the fashion industry,“ Gribbin says. “Our team of 3D experts covers virtually every aspect of the technology as it pertains to fashion design, training, accelerating speed to market, enhancing digital omni-channel marketing and integrating 3D and PLM systems. Ultimately, attendees will leave with a better understanding of how 3D facilitates greater customer satisfaction, fewer returns and increased sales.”
Alvanon was founded in 2001 when it developed a unique and innovative data-driven approach to solving the challenges of sizing and fit inherent in the apparel industry. Since that time it has evolved into a global consulting firm advising the world’s leading apparel organizations on how to align their internal teams, processes and supply chains; more intimately engage their existing and target customers; and innovate to optimize profitability and achieve their growth objectives. It has amassed a wealth of expertise across every key industry discipline including consumer analytics, concept and technical design, product development, manufacturing, quality, sourcing, planning, merchandising, distribution, marketing, e-commerce and training. Alvanon works with its clients across multiple apparel sectors in 89 countries. It operates from its head office in New York, European headquarters in London, and Asia office in Hong Kong. Alvanon also has research, development and manufacturing facilities in Dongguan and Shenzhen in China.
For more information please visit: www.alvanon.com