Cabela's, HomTex, Levi's & More to Speak at Apparel's August 17 Sourcing Summit at MAGIC

6/22/2015
Apparel  Magazine's Ninth Annual Sourcing Summit at MAGIC, an official program of SOURCING AT MAGIC to be held Aug. 17, 2015, in Las Vegas, will feature speakers from Alvanon, Cabela's, HomTex, Levi Strauss & Co. and Kurt Salmon.

With a theme of "Sourcing's Emerging Role — Achieving Breakthroughs From Concept to Delivery," the program will explore how the role of sourcing is emerging to impact excellence along the entire supply chain, from concept to delivery, helping to achieve operational and strategic breakthroughs in a competitive and complex global retail environment.

The Summit will kick off with research fast facts from the 9th Annual Apparel and Kurt Salmon Sourcing Survey, including a special focus on the subject of the speed to market. Kurt Salmon senior partner Tony Ward will lead an  interactive panel discussion with expert apparel brand and retail sourcing executives and industry experts, including an extended open mike Q&A period between the audience and panelists.  The program  concludes with an executive networking reception for all participants.

Panel participants include:
  • Ed Gribbin, President, Alvanon;
  • Bryan Riviere, VP, Product Development & Sourcing, Levi Strauss & Co.;
  • Jeremy Wootten, President, HomTex Inc.; and
  • Adi Zuckerman, Vice President, Sourcing, Cabela's.
Apparel's Sourcing Summit is complimentary for qualified apparel retail, brand and manufacturing executives, who may register on the website.  The Summit is part of SOURCING AT MAGIC, which runs Aug. 16-19, 2015 in conjunction with MAGIC MARKET WEEK, Aug. 17-19, 2015.  The world's most comprehensive fashion sourcing event, SOURCING at MAGIC is where brands, designers and sourcing executives gain access to global resources spanning the entire supply chain. Registration for SOURCING AT MAGIC is also required.

For sponsor information for Apparel's Sourcing Summit, contact Susan Nichols at [email protected].
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