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Fast Fashion for fast fashion industry

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Apr '08
The next IAF Regional Seminar will be held on May 21st, 2008, at the IAF Secretariat in Zeist, the Netherlands.

This all day seminar is entitled Fast Fashion and is organized in cooperation with Industry Forum (UK) and MODINT BV (NL).

The Fast Fashion seminar is much more than a series of lectures on the new business model in fashion. In this seminar, Ken Watson will take you to the heart of the success of, among others, fast fashion champion Zara.

His presentation is enhanced by hard benchmark data from several well known international studies and is unique in the detailed way in which it is presented.

The workshop is not only aimed at companies wanting to copy the fast fashion model, but for everybody who is interested in making certain elements of the business process faster and more efficient.

Design, product development, sourcing of (raw) materials, assortment planning and retail management are all covered.

The seminar is therefore highly recommended for product managers, merchandisers, directors, and financial and sales representatives.

The seminar will be held at the MODINT premises, Utrechtseweg 95, in Zeist, the Netherlands and starts at 09:00.

A sandwich lunch is included and after the seminar you are invited to stay for drinks and snacks and network with (international) collegues.

The participation fee for this seminar is € 195 for IAF and MODINT members and € 295 for non IAF and MODINT members.

International Apparel Federation


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