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Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern

August 28th 2013:Fashion Retailer Alert: Delight Millennials or Die! – Part 2

The buzz: Millennials are here. Retailers, watch out. Tom Julian, Doneger Group: “A celeb today has more impact and influence as a player in fashion and the retailer than an award-winning young designer.” Greg Girard, IDC: "Get off of the catwalks and on the sidewalks to see what's coming next. Pinterest is the newest sidewalk." Sarah Austin, Pop17.com: “Micro-celebrities, fashion bloggers, and Hollywood celebrities are the new trendsetters. They embrace technology blogging platforms, social media and photography." Naima Mora, Model: “Fashion and technology have allowed us as millennials t

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Tom Julian

Tom Julian is the Director of Strategic Business Development for The Doneger Group. A veteran of the fashion industry for more than 20 years, he was the founder and president of brand consultancy Tom Julian Group for five years. His prior roles include trend director positions with major advertising agencies. Tom is a branding expert who brings a strategic discipline to Doneger’s retail and merchandising consulting practice, working with department stores and specialty chains. Follow Tom on thedonegergroup.tumblr.com.
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Greg Girard

Greg Girard, Program Director, IDC Retail Insights Merchandising, Marketing, and Retail Analytics Strategies, leads IDC’s Global Omnichannel Retail Analytics Advisory Service. His research helps retailers find opportunities to improve their ability to make decisions with current, accurate, comprehensives, and trusted analytics. He explores opportunities to improve customer engagement with better analytics in merchandising, marketing, fulfillment, and commerce. Since great analytics are useful only if applied well, Greg focuses on people and processes as well. He has been involved in retail technology for 20 years as an analyst, retail technology executive, and co-founder of a social media c
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Sarah Austin

Sarah Austin started covering digital issues for Forbes’ San Francisco office in 2010. Her column originally appeared on the front page of Forbes.com as well as on her startup Blog, Pop17.com. Previously, she covered breaking news about the Web’s major players and Internet policy issues, and wrote feature articles on technology for Forbes. She has hosted online video for the Forbes Video Network that originally appeared on the front page of Forbes.com. Sarah presently hosts and organizes a major startup and brand conference, The Bubble Tank, with brands including Pepsi, The Home Depot, General Electric and other leading players in the Silicon Valley and Madison Avenue industries. The busines
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Naima Mora

Naima Mora reached international fame and broke into the world of high fashion modeling after winning the title of America’s Next Top Model (2008). An all-time ‘fan favorite’, she has shot photo spreads and landed on the covers of high profile magazines around the world. Naima has walked the runway for some of fashion’s top designers and been the face of world-known cosmetic lines such as Cover Girl. She is also an emerging singer/songwriter and front woman for the band Galaxy of Tar; a published author (“Model Behavior” is her first book); and has taken on the challenge of connecting with people through her music, literary pursuits, and online and in social media, sharing young people’s sto
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Hadi Labarang

Hadi Labarang is the Managing Director at FSHN, formerly known as BAYFashion magazine, the largest fashion publication in Northern California. FSHN uses a revolutionary approach in connecting brands and fashion-conscious consumers by leveraging their strong online presence and reach of the fashion community. Hadi is also the founder of MyMuseBox.com, a subscription website that offers women the opportunity to sample beauty products from international brands and gives a portion of the proceeds to fund educational projects and access to clean water for children and families in Cameroon (Africa). Hadi has spent most of her life in Saudi Arabia and France, and now resides in San Francisco.
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Layla Sabourian

Layla Sabourian is an active lifestyle blogger and the SAP Marketing lead on My Runway, SAP's new fashion app. She has a background in fashion and marketing, speaks four languages fluently, and holds an MA degree in International Relations from the University of Westminster in UK. Layla has presented and moderated panels at UC Berkeley, Fashion Tech Week, Google, the United Nations, and the White House.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 18/10/2017 08:00 18/10/2017 09:00 Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap The buzz: Millennials are here. Retailers, watch out. Tom Julian, Doneger Group: “A celeb today has more impact and influence as a player in fashion and the retailer than an award-winning young designer.” Greg Girard, IDC: "Get off of the catwalks and on the sidewalks to see what's coming next. Pinterest is the newest sidewalk." Sarah Austin, Pop17.com: “Micro-celebrities, fashion bloggers, and Hollywood celebrities are the new trendsetters. They embrace technology blogging platforms, social media and photography." Naima Mora, Model: “Fashion and technology have allowed us as millennials to put ourselves in the spotlight that was traditionally held for celebrities.” Hadi Labarang, FSHN: “Bloggers and photographers with a significant following are now celebrities of their own.” Layla Sabourian, SAP: “88 percent of millennials admit to following every celebrity’s move in weeklies and online.” (Young Entrepreneur Council) Hear Fashion Retailer Alert: Delight Millennials or Die! – Part 2 VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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