NEW YORK CITY FASHION CAREER WEEK | MONDAY, JULY 21
FASHION ENTREPRENEUR PANEL
HR MANAGERS PANEL
Get your job hunting and career advice from the source. Our panel of “power” hiring managers and recruiters will tell you what you need to do to land a job in the fashion industry. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask questions at the end.
SOCIAL MEDIA & E-COMMERCE PANEL
What is the future of e-commerce? How does social media connect brands to the consumers? What are some of the new technologies in the field? The most dynamic influencers in this area discuss these topics and more, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
MADE IN NYC PANEL
Fashion manufacturing is returning to New York City, opening the door for brands that need smaller quantities, quicker turnaround times and greater quality control! Our panel of iconic brand leaders and manufacturers will discuss the benefits and challenges of producing in New York, and they’ll field your questions during the Q&A.
Come mingle with fellow attendees and industry guests in a relaxed environment filled with food, drinks and fun. Note: attendance will be limited to those who have participated in at least one other NYC Fashion Career Week event.
Glasgow Caledonian University New York continues its inaugural Town Hall Series: Fashion Sharing Progress – intimate conversations among leaders and leading companies that spotlight the developments and opportunities of the fashion industry in their collective effort to advance sustainability, minimize ecological impact, and promote corporate social responsibility. Join us Monday, July 21st at 6pm, as Cara Chacon, Patagonia’s Director of Social and Environmental Responsibility, joins Kevin Cassidy, from the International Labour Organization Office for the United Nations, and Scott Hahn, co-founder of Rogan and Loomstate, in an engaging conversation on the stage of our SoHo campus at 64 Wooster St. RSVP to email@example.com. With more than 17,000 students from over 100 countries, Glasgow Caledonian University is one of the UK’s most dynamic and diverse institutions, and the first to launch a NYC campus. Underpinning GCU’s wide range of activities is its deep-rooted social conscience and commitment to the ‘common good’ enshrined in its old Scots motto ‘For the Common Weal (Good)’. This commitment is manifested through the University’s community outreach programs around the world, and will be an important feature of GCU’s presence in New York City.