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How does a company grow from plucky start-up to billion-dollar disruptor? Join our friends from StrategyEye on Tuesday the 21st of July for The Future of Fashion Tech, the latest in their series of knowledge and networking events at The Escalator in East London, to find out.

Industry veterans and status-quo-challenging start-ups will come together to discuss what the future holds for how we dress, shop and think about style — and what role start-ups will play in disrupting the fashion billion-dollar fashion industry.

The talks will be followed networking drinks with senior executives from major tech companies, hot startups, advisory firms, consultants and investors, plus piping hot pizza from Foxcroft & Ginger.

Meet the Speakers

  • Peder Stubert, Co-Founder and Head of Growth at virtual fit tool Virtusize, will tell his company’s growth story and deliver insights into the future of fashion technology
  • Beth Wond, co-founder at Tinder-for-fashion app The Edit, will explain how her team is disrupting mobile shopping
  • Jenny Griffiths, Founder and CEO of Snap Fashion, will discuss why her offering has the potential to change shopping forever
  • Amy Congdon, Acting MA Material Futures tutor at Central St Martins, will discuss how smart materials are shaping the future of fashion, design and technology

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