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Vogue UA Conference is the main business platform about fashion in Ukraine and a meeting place for the international community of experts.
Bright speakers, relevant speeches and format reloading: from interactive lectures and Q&A to practical sessions. We invite you to look into the future of the fashion industry together with CEOs of fashion houses, successful marketers, top managers of large retailers and visionaries. 2019 Theme - Innovation & Sustainability.
We will discuss the main challenges and opportunities, provide an overview of trends, talk about business responsibility and sustainable development.

INFLOW (Influencers of The World) is a platform that actively brings together partner brands with leading bloggers, digital influencers, social media content creators and digital trendsetters from all over the world.

We at INFLOW provide the overall behind the scenes of an organization and turn it into a Brand-2-Influencer Summit at an international scale. Whether it is travel, fashion, food, technology or any other industry where digital marketing is essential for growing, INFLOW paves the way in inventing unique marketing methods to perfectly partner the brand and digital influencer from anywhere around the globe.

The Event for Product Development Leaders in Fashion. PI Apparel brings together the fashion, apparel and footwear industry to discuss the challenges and technologies disrupting the industry. Join us on the shores of Lake Maggiore as we explore the strategies and technologies employed by some of the most progressive companies Worldwide.

You could count on one hand those brands that are advanced in 3D and digital transformation. Instead of a series of success stories, this stream brings together these leaders to do a deep dive into the how's, where's and who's of digital deployment, equipping you with practical take homes you can apply immediately to your own digital journey.

Artificial intelligence, 3D production, interfaces between man and machine, avatars as influencers - the fashion industry faces immense challenges that require new ways of thinking and teaching. The AMD Academy Fashion & Design Dusseldorf, Department of Design of the University of Applied Sciences Fresenius has invited numerous experts to these topics on October 11 to the interdisciplinary symposium entitled " My Handcrafted Cyborg - Fashion & the Digital Turn" .

What does digitization do for the design process? How will fashion be developed, produced and marketed in the future? How will we communicate about fashion in the future? And what does that mean for the identity of consumers in the future? These core issues should be addressed in the interdisciplinary symposium.

The Event for Product Development Leaders in Fashion. PI Apparel brings together the fashion, apparel and footwear industry to discuss the challenges and technologies disrupting the industry. Join us on the shores of Lake Maggiore as we explore the strategies and technologies employed by some of the most progressive companies Worldwide.

You could count on one hand those brands that are advanced in 3D and digital transformation. Instead of a series of success stories, this stream brings together these leaders to do a deep dive into the how's, where's and who's of digital deployment, equipping you with practical take homes you can apply immediately to your own digital journey.

Influencer marketing is no longer a hype. Meanwhile, the still quite new discipline has become an integral part of the marketing activities of many companies. At INREACH, we will show how the former trend has become more professional, where everything comes from, where the journey goes and how advertisers can make sustainable use of these developments.

Because we believe: Influencer marketing is more than a one-hit wonder. It is strategic, sustainable, diverse and a mouthpiece for social trends. Influencer marketing is #everlastinglove!

DMEXCO is the meeting place and a community for key players in digital business, marketing, and innovation. We bring together industry leaders, marketing and media professionals, and tech pioneers to set the digital agenda.

Both globally informed and locally focused, DMEXCO offers an ecosystem with seminars, debates, and expositions outlining the future of the digital economy and driving market value.

Bringing together 41,000 visitors, about 1,000 exhibitors, and more than 550 speakers from around the world for a one-of-a-kind event each year in Cologne, DMEXCO has set the standard as the place for business minds to learn and inspire, build connections, and for ideas to become actions. DMEXCO — where tomorrow’s digital business happens today.

Join virtual beings startups, investors, real-time engine creators, AI academics and CEOs as we explore the new world of Virtual Beings and their involvement in our day to day lives. Hear from industry professionals who are specializing in this space, and where they see the future of AI going. What is a virtual being ? A virtual being is a character that you know isn’t real but with whom you can build a Two-way emotional relationship. What is the role of artificial intelligence in virtual beings’ lives? The rise of Machine learning since Geoffrey Hinton’s team’s Imagenet victory in 2012 has, for the first time, given humans a new tool to bring characters to life. machine learning and AI alone aren’t enough. We need artists working alongside engineers. The virtual beings of the future will one day be the UI for our next Operating Systems; if the next operating system is a character, it will be a work of art as much as a feat of engineering.

Every year, Cannes Lions explores the value of creativity in branded communication: from product and service development to the creative strategy, execution and impact. Our awards celebrate new ideas shaping the next wave of creativity. The content programme and School inspires the next generation of leaders. You can also network with your global colleagues and discover the best talent in the world. The definition of creativity is changing all the time: it is no longer confined to the art of storytelling. To create meaningful connections with consumers in this disrupted and dis-intermediated world, communicators are presented with both immense challenges and mind-blowing opportunities. Cannes Lions is where you find the tools to win. We interrogate the methodologies, approaches and achievements of all types of companies: from tiny start-ups to huge multi-nationals. Anyone with original ideas can enter speaking submissions or awards entries, but only the bravest – and most effective - will make it on to the stage.

The Event for Product Development Leaders in Fashion. PI Apparel brings together the fashion, apparel and footwear industry to discuss the challenges and technologies disrupting the industry. Join us in Manhattan, the heart of New York City, as we explore the strategies and technologies employed by some of the most progressive companies Worldwide.

You could count on one hand those brands that are advanced in 3D and digital transformation. Instead of a series of success stories, this stream brings together these leaders to do a deep dive into the how's, where's and who's of digital deployment, equipping you with practical take homes you can apply immediately to your own digital journey.

Guldnyckeln is an event focusing on the latest in data, tech and marketing – being arranged since 1982. We always start with a day filled with interesting speakers and the opportunity for exciting meetings with trade colleagues. Here you can scout new trends, be inspired by success stories and take advantage of all the latest in data, tech & marketing.

With Guldnyckeln, we want to showcase the power of innovation within the trade and to praise all those who work with direct and data-driven communications – agencies, advertisers and suppliers alike. CEO of The Diigitals and creator of Shudu. Cameron James Wilson is a fashion photographer who created the worlds first digital supermodel, Shudu.  Cameron´s topics are: Focus on the Future of Digital/Artifical Influencers, the trend and where it’s heading, how far can it go?

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Brands are expected to have a voice that speaks directly with consumers, as well as a role in driving cultural change. People expect honesty, proper representation, and innovation that’s balanced with responsibility. In this session, hosted by We Are Social at Social Media Week London 2018, Cossell sat down with Paul Greenwood, Head of Research & Insights at We Are Social, Cameron-James Wilson, creator of Shudu, the world’s first digital supermodel, and Leila Fataar, Founder of Platform 13, to shed light on a wide range of topics that concern and overwhelm brands.

A lot of what has been discussed in this session stems from and is backed by findings from We Are Social’s 2019 report, Think Forward, which unpicks the complex and ever-shifting web of consumer identity, and looks at the role brands play in reflecting and shaping it.

A debate that became very lively at our panel at Mindshare’s Huddle, when a team of experts under the watchful of Alice Audley,Founder & CEO of Blogosphere Magazine tackled what turned out to be quite a thorny, but fascinating, subject.   

Gwilym Pugh, a Creator, Model, Photographer and Influencer was very much of the belief that yes, it does matter that influencers are real. To be successful influencers need authenticity, which you can’t get from a CGI construct. He was also very firmly of the belief that marketers and brands shouldn’t be abusing the medium just because they can, and that there should be a human element in influencer marketing. Sitting firmly on the other side of the fence, understandably you might think, was Cameron-James Wilson, creator of virtual super-model Shudu. However, his reasons for supporting virtual influencers were not as clear-cut as you might have thought. 

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When discussing the future with pioneers on the edge of current industry practice an impassioned debate is inevitable.  The latest Techstyler X BOTTLETOP panel discussion ‘Sustainability Driven by New Technologies:   As the worlds of animation, CGI and design collide, new 3D digital design tools are allowing hyper-real design of both models and clothing. These tools can avoid the need for toxic and wasteful physical clothing prototyping and can allow presentation of fashion with a far reduced environmental impact, but how will these tools affect the way we design, experience and consume fashion in the near and distant future? Which tools are being used and by which brands?