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Conceptable & WFX to host seminar on hiking margins
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Sep '13
Fashion industry experts Conceptable and WFX will host an invitation only, special event aimed at fashion businesses who want to get ahead and stay ahead in this fast paced competitive environment.

The event ‘Improve your margins, productivity and lead-times with better Product Lifecyle Processes’ will be led by two expert speakers: Ben Muis (Conceptable) and Jatin Paul (WFX On Demand).

In an attempt to help fashion businesses improve their process and cost efficiencies while remaining dynamic, they will discuss the importance of organising your Product Lifecycle Processes through structure and tools and will demonstrate how this can be done.

Ben Muis is actively involved in the improvement of fashion businesses across Europe through his consultancy and mentoring, while Jatin Paul has turned his fashion industry background and his strong affinity with online computing into tools that help hundreds of fashion companies around the world.

Julia Goga-Cooke from Own-Label.com will host the event. The event will be held at Somerset House in London on 23 September 2013 and is free of charge to qualifying fashion companies.

London based Conceptable focusses on innovative and solid improvements and solutions for the fashion, sports and luxury industry. It encompasses the fashion business consultancy benmuis.com, fashion industry technology solutions provider 1970i.com and the new smartphone interactive anti-counterfeit solution authicode.com.

WFX uses Cloud technology to provide Product Data Management (PDM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software for fashion, luxury, sports, apparel, footwear, accessories and related.  It has more than 12,000 users across 23 countries.

Own-label.com is a channel for emerging fashion designers. The company gives new designers / brands the chance to gain exposure and sales through competition formats. Julia Goga-Cooke from Own-Label.com regularly mentors small fashion businesses in business related topics.

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