This event is in English
A Lunch & Learn seminar at The Running Event I Austin Convention Center, Room 12B
Wednesday, November 29 I 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
All active brands today need a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution. Do you find yourself asking questions like, “How do I know if my company is PLM ready? What does my company need to know before we proceed? What obstacles do we need to consider?” Whether you’re looking to drive business growth or get your head above the data madness – it’s time to understand how this PLM process works.
Hear directly from industry experts who have asked themselves these same questions, implemented PLM and are now helping educate the industry by discussing 5 fundamental questions that everyone should ask before implementing PLM.
Dale Bathum, founder of STM Worx – A well-known figure in the industry for over 25 years, Dale started his career at Nike, founded Bite Footwear, and worked as Chief Product Officer at Crocs. He is co-founder of Evervan Group (serving brands like Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, Columbia, Crocs) and now works with companies to help improve their speed-to-market strategies, often incorporating PLM as a vital part of that strategy. He is also President and Founder of Keiretsu Forum Rockies, part of the largest angel investment group in the world investing roughly $80 million in early stage companies this year.
Colin Israel, founder of Black Ink Strategy – Colin has extensive experience in the Apparel and Outdoor industry, including roles as CFO, COO, CIO and GM. He brings a global perspective following Expat assignments in Europe and Asia. Colin spent nine years at Deloitte in Strategy & Operations Consulting and Enterprise Risk Services, where some of his major clients included Johnson & Johnson, Toyota, Google, Apple, Mattel and Qualcomm. Colin’s firm specializes in business transformation and application systems implementations for the apparel and footwear industry.
Don’t miss this chance to learn valuable insights from these industry gurus! This Lunch & Learn seminar is complimentary, but you must register to attend.