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Alvanon promotes Kevin Campbell as new CTO
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Kevin Campbell
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Alvanon, the global apparel business expert, has promoted Kevin Campbell, who joined the company three years ago, as the chief technology officer (CTO), at its strategic innovations research and development facility in Hong Kong.

As the CTO, Kevin Campbell will be responsible for driving the company's ambitious global apparel business innovations programme that includes a revolutionary new retail analytics platform currently being piloted in Asia. Kevin Campbell joined Alvanon as a software consultant in 2012 where he helped develop Alvanon's consumer sizing apps and retail business online widgets for childrenswear. After 12 months he was promoted to director of software development and has played a pivotal role in managing the expansion of the strategic innovations department and directing work on the company's adult sizing mobile apps and online widgets, according to a press release.

Prior to Alvanon, Kevin Campbell was head of information technology Asia Pacific for the Mintel International Group where he established and developed its software capability for Greater China. His previous experience includes large scale configuration management and he was chief technical officer at the venture capital funded start-up Logicalware, where the technology he developed is still in use today by a number of high profile companies in the retail, mobile, and airline sectors. He graduated in 2004 from Edinburgh University in Scotland, UK with a joint honours degree in computer science and artificial intelligence.

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 Donguan and Shenzhen in China. (GK)

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