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Mark Harrop chosen as Visual's Next is Now 2017 speaker
Jan '17
Visual 2000 International, provider of end-to-end software for apparel and fashion accessory companies, has announced that Mark Harrop, CEO and founder of WhichPLM, WhichERP, and WhichPLM Academy, has been chosen as the speaker at Next is Now 2017, a unique fashion-forward technology conference taking place in Montreal, Canada from March 29 to 30, 2017.

Throughout this two-day event, industry experts and business leaders will discuss the shifting fashion marketplace, and the technology solutions built to dominate it.

Key industry experts have been invited to present at the conference, providing valuable advice and analysis backed by years of experience. Mark Harrop is selected as the presenter of PLM: The Foundation of Product Innovation. With over four decades’ experience in designing, selecting and implementing a broad range of solutions for the apparel industry, Harrop is considered a fashion technology industry figurehead.

The presentations throughout Next is Now 2017 will focus on key subjects including business intelligence, ecommerce and omnichannel strategy. Harrop will focus on product lifecycle management as a key solution for the AFA industry.

Vice president of R&D at Visual 2000 International, Charles Benoualid said, “Mark has always been a key influencer within the AFA industry and many companies seek out his expert advice. We have worked with Mark since our founding over 20 years ago, and we are confident that he will provide meaningful and enriching content to this year’s conference.” (GK)

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