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Implementing 3D: The Challenges & Solutions A Live Case Study Learning Experience

Live on Thu, April 8 at
  • 9:00 AM London
  • 10:00 AM Paris
  • 4:00 PM Hong Kong

Event Description

There has been a lot of talk in 2020 about the inherent benefits in 3D product visualisation, especially when it comes to sustainability and efficiency. But one glaring issue is the slow adoption versus the fast-paced world of fashion.

In the fall of 2020, Weave published the findings of their market research conducted with industry executives where they asked about the key challenges and the gaps between strategic intent and operational execution. Their research indicated 5 key findings that lead to a framework to understand the various challenges faced by fashion and apparel companies. Join us today to discuss these findings with Weave, Li & Fung and EB Atelier and to talk about solutions through the use of case studies.

This MOTIF Learning Series installment is a multi-part case study that looks at the challenges companies face with 3D implementation and then brings in three speakers to share their case studies from an executive and a super-user point of view. The two-hour online session involves brief presentations, two separate break-out discussions and a chance to challenge your assumptions and ask questions.

This event is specifically for you if you hold a senior or executive role within a brand or retailer that manages any part of the DPC process, merchandising and sourcing and are eager to take your company farther along the 3D transformation journey.

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Price: US$25 (Free for MOTIF All-Access Pass Holders and MOTIF Members; you must still register)

The US$25 gives you access to:
  • This two-hour interactive virtual workshop with audience participation
  • At least two small group break-out sessions for discussion
  • Pre-reading material and resources
  • Access to the event community for discussion before and after
  • Access to the event digital digest afterwards
Note: registration & ticketing will be in two steps.
Tickets in step 2 could be sold out anytime now.

Agenda

  • Welcome & Introduction
  • Setting the Context: Findings from the Weave Research
  • Case Study #1: Li & Fung’s 3D transformation journey
  • Case Study #2: EB Atelier zooming in on one major challenge – skills sets
  • Breakout Session: Where are you in your journey and key challenges
    Group Recap of Breakouts
  • Practical 3D implementation solutions:
    • Weave: How to justify 3D business case
    • Li & Fung’s case study: How to convince clients / partners to adopt 3D?
    • EB Atelier: Capability building for designers and 3D operators
  • Breakout Session:
  • Externally: How do you bring your supply chain partners along?
  • Internally: How do you convince executives or globally dispersed teams to embark on this journey?
  • Group Q&A and Testing Ideas
  • Conclusions and Take-Aways

Speakers

Tim Edmunds
Director Supply Chain Consulting, Weave Services Ltd

Tim is a Director at Weave Services, a specialist Supply Chain consulting firm with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam and Greater China, helping brands, retailers & manufacturers in fashion and lifestyle consumer products to digitize and simplify their complex supply chains. Based in Hong Kong, Tim is responsible for leading Manufacturing Excellence & Digital Transformation programs across Asia, with a track record for delivery of high-impact projects for clients in the Footwear, Apparel & Jewelry sectors. He has over 16 years’ experience working across Asia, Europe Australia within Design, Development, Manufacturing & end to end Supply Chain. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, APICS CSCP accredited, holds an MBA from HKUST and a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Monash University.

Idy Lee
SVP Digital Product Development, Li & Fung

Idy Lee is SVP of the Li & Fung Digital Product Development Centre of Excellence responsible for leading and driving all operations for servicing the digital supply chain services in Product development. The fundamental vision is to facilitate a flexible digital platform that brings end-to-end connectivity across the value chain virtually and harnesses the power of data. Idy joined the Fung Group in 2004 as part of the Management Trainee Program. She has spent her first year rotating through various business units in both merchandising & operations roles and have worked closely with business leaders, merchandising teams, and customer teams on the Supply Chain & logistics landscape.

Ewelina Barlak,
Owner, EB Atelier

Ewelina Barlak is the owner of EB Atelier and has been designing for her own fashion brand, EWELINEB, for many years. Throughout her 16 years of experience in the Fashion Industry she has lived and worked in five different countries, worked with great designers, such as: Tom Ford, Gucci, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph & Russo, Elizabeth Emanuel; the best stylists, such as: Kate Young, Petra Flannery, Aldene Johnson, Ariana Weisner, and Abi Katz; as well as the best technicians and couturiers. An expert in the use of OPTITEX 2D & 3D technology, she is a staunch supporter of integrated 2D and 3D solutions as a must-have to meet the challenges of today’s garment industry reality.

Facilitated by Cathy Cole, CEO, MOTIF

Catherine Cole is the Chief Executive Officer of MOTIF, the apparel knowledge hub that connects professionals around the world with the skills and industry expertise they need to transform their business, lives and careers. Based in Hong Kong, Catherine has over 20 years of experience working with multinationals and start-ups across Asia in business development, marketing and strategy roles for companies such as Samsung, Evergreen International Airlines and RacingThePlanet. Her passion is at the intersection of technology and education, especially as it relates to lifelong learning and upskilling in industries as dynamic as fashion.

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The MOTIF Reimagine and Reinvent Learning Series is a new way to learn. These are two-hour virtual formats hosted by MOTIF with guest subject-matter experts from across the industry. The two-hour session involves presentations, break-out small group discussions and a chance to challenge your assumptions and ask questions to practitioners and peers.

Unlike a webinar, this event encourages peer to peer interactions. We encourage all participants to prepare by reading the assigned pre-reading, ask questions in the session community forum and come prepared to engage in a live discussion.

This event is open to any industry professional. Some topics may be more advanced than others but there are no prerequisites to attend.

This event is specifically for you if you hold a senior or executive role within a brand or retailer that manages any part of the DPC process, merchandising and sourcing and are eager to take your company farther along the 3D transformation journey.

The US$25 gives you access to the live two-hour interactive workshop with audience participation, at least two small group break-out sessions for discussion, pre-reading material and resources, access to the event community for discussion before and after, access to the event digital digest post event.

Tickets are non-refundable, and non-transferable to another event within the Reimagine & Reinvent Learning Series or to another person.

Click on the Login / Register button. You will need to be logged into your MOTIF account or register for one if you have not done so already. Once you are logged in, you may select from several options. 1) Purchase a ticket using a credit card 2) Unlock a ticket if you are a All-Access Pass Holder or MOTIF Member.

Due to the interactive nature of the event, and it being structured around discussions, brainstorming and break out sessions, the event will NOT be recorded. A post-event digital digest will be made available to all attendees.

Benefits of the MOTIF Event Pass include:

  1. 1. One year free access to our monthly Learning Series 
  2.  
  3. Estimated 8 events, seats priced at US$25 for single event ticket purchase.
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  5. Topics lined up for 2021 include: The Evolution of Fashion- Building ESG Goals – Building a Sustainable Brand

from Scratch – Branding Communications and Sustainability – How to Build Your
Sustainable Raw Materials Strategy – Sustainable Packaging Trends and
Solutions – The Digital Body

Note: Event registration will be first-come-first served for MOTIF Members and AAP Holders within the
limits of available seats 
advertised.

2. One year free access to the MOTIF Sustainability Book Club

One year of exclusive invitations to our bi-monthly book clubs focusing on discussion
around our growing Sustainability resources. Each book club event limited to 20
attendees for an intimate virtual discussion with a resource moderator.

 

Note: Book club session registration will be first-come-first served for MOTIF Members and AAP Holders only.

The Event Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable, in all or in parts, to another individual nor can it be suspended, postponed or extended to a later time period.

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