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Visual 2000 launches Next is Now 2017 fashion forum
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Visual 2000
Courtesy: Visual 2000
Visual 2000 International, End2End fashion software provider for apparel, footwear and fashion companies, has launched Next is Now 2017, a fashion-forward tech conference for to the apparel, footwear, and fashion industry. The initiative is in-line with Visual 2000’s mission of providing best business technology solutions to the global AFA industry.

The conference will be held on March 29 and 30, 2017, at the Phi Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The event will explore today and tomorrow’s fashion industry challenges, tech innovations, and trends. Top brand executives, industry experts, and influencers will present topics such as the omni-channel revolution, the future of ecommerce, how to quantify success with business intelligence and the foundations of product innovation.

Open to all professionals, day one of Next is Now will focus on the software innovations shaping the future of fashion with industry talks, a surprise announcement and networking. The second day, open exclusively to Visual users, will focus on exploring Visual’s new generation of solutions with product discovery and training sessions.

Charles Benoualid, VP of research and development said, “We are excited to bring together so many industry professionals and influencers to join heads and discuss the future of fashion. The goal of Next is Now is to empower industry professionals to make better business decisions faster and drive sustainable competitive advantage. Visual 2000 has always been a forward thinking company and we are eager to announce our 2017 roadmap, revamped products and as well as a surprise announcement.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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