Friday, 11 June 2010

Hub@FTM E-commerce Excellence with Rebekah Roy and Leon Bailey Green

E-commerce Excellence

Wednesday 14th July 2010
18:30 - 20:30
Fashion and Textile Museum

Increase website traffic, gain more customers and make more sales. Our web and fashion gurus will be providing top tips and useful suggestions to help you make the most of e-commerce.

This FREE workshop is available exclusively to members of the Hub@FTM

Places are limited therefore advance booking is strongly recommended. For bookings and to enquire into Hub@FTM membership please contact info@ftmlondon.org. Refreshments will be provided.

About the Speakers

Rebekah Roy is a fashion stylist and creative consultant based in London and will be talking about why you should have an online presence.

Rebekah is currently Fashion Editor at Fashion.Music.Style magazine, and styles for a wide variety of clients from Visa, Nintendo, Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, Harrods and Virgin to celebrity clients including Kate Nash, Sarah Brightman, The Feeling, Little Boots and Billy Idol. Rebekah works extensively with cutting edge designers, including William Tempest, Stef├ín Orschel-Read and Jasper Garvida ad styles several shows each London Fashion Week. She is also well known for her blog Stylist Stuff and writes regularly for Drapers Online. She is unique stylist because of her ability to communicate ideas, collaborate on any kind of project and incorporate a wide variety of influences.

Leon Bailey Green will be presenting top tips for e-commerce

With years of experience crossing digital media, marketing, fashion and retail, Leon has been a consultant to numerous companies operating in the online fashion sector. He has assisted online fashion businesses with marketing, content, buying and recruitment strategies, as well as overall business analyses. As a blogger Leon has been published on Drapers Online and contributed to Econsultancy, NMK and Enterprise Nation. Leon produced Online Fashion 100, which was published online by The Independent earlier this year, to celebrate the main players in the sector who have helped the industry to grow. He judged the online fashion industry's very first etail awards, has chaired events for the London Fashion Network and sat on the panel for the Let Them Eat Cake's bloggers talk. As an expert in this sector Leon's commentary has been featured in Retail Week, Drapers, Catalogue e-business, Vogue.com, The Independent, JC Report and Scarlet to name a few.

Project part financed by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund

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