Kristen Joins Shoshana Burgett for a Virtual Symposium

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Kristen Joins Shoshana Burgett for a Virtual Symposium

On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, Kristen joins a panel discussion moderated by Colorkarma’s Shoshana Burgett as part of the Texprocess America Virtual Symposium. The discussion, How Direct-To-Consumer Is Transforming the Supply Chain, begins at 2:30PM EST. Joining Kristen on the panel is Koskia Bello, Design Director Retail Markets at Greg Norman and Ryan Stanley, Senior Director of Color, PVH Corporation.

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“Direct-to-consumer is transforming the manufacturing supply chain. Time to develop, produce and ship is condensed, and consumers are demanding faster delivery with more customized and personalized options. This session will focus on the designer’s place in today’s digital and how creatives can leverage data-driven and on-demand technologies to speed up design rounds Attendees will learn how to leverage the latest innovations to create new colors, patterns and products.”

Register today to reserve your spot for this interesting discussion moderated by Shoshana Burgett.

At Design Pool, digital printing fascinates us. Sure, it’s cool. More importantly, it also has the ability to completely change the traditional supply chain. Our business model was built with this change in mind. Design Pool makes it easy for printers to use our library of over 600 designs to customize any material or product. This technology, once reserved for big projects with big budgets, is now affordable and accessible. Today, we get so excited about the opportunities this technology allows interior designers and architects to customize any client’s projects.

In addition to registering for this discussion, don’t miss Kristen, Shoshana and Koskia in the latest issue of Behind the Seams from SPESA. In this feature article, these three women share their insight. They discuss their experiences and careers as female leaders in the sewn products and textile industry. Furthermore, they look toward the future of women in leadership roles in the industry.

Do you have questions about how direct-to-consumer is transforming the manufacturing supply chain? If so, leave them in the comments or DM us on Instagram. We’ll do our best to answer them during the discussion.

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