October 2013 – What’s Next in Fashion eCommerce

October 2013 – What’s Next in Fashion eCommerce
Event on 2013-10-10 17:00:00
October 2013 – What’s Next in Fashion E-Commerce

For our October event, we’re excited to be partnering with FashioNXT to bring our members an exciting panel discussion on the future of fashion e-commerce. In integrating with Portland’s leading fashion show, we’ll be brining in panelists from both sides of the table: inbound marketing and fashion e-commerce technology. Attendees can expect an engaging dialogue about what new trends in fashion retail technology mean for search marketers and also what trends in inbound marketing mean for retailers and designers. Our great lineup of panelists includes people from backgrounds ranging from inbound marketing and e-commerce SEO to 3D modeling technology, push notification marketing, and Tumblr e-commerce.LocationVigor Industrial Shipyard, Swan Island
5555 N. Channel Ave. Bldg 10
Portland, OR 97217Date

Thursday, October 10th, 2013Time

5:00pm to 7:00pmMeet the Panelists

The panelists for “What’s Next in Fashion E-Commerce” were selected for their variety of perspective and experiences. It’s safe to say we’ll be treated to a lively and thought-provoking discussion!

Justin Schoen, Natural Search Program Manager at REI

Justin Schoen is the head of Natural Search at REI and his experience includes nearly 14 years of hardcore search engine optimization. Justin will be coming down from REI HQ in Seattle to join us for the night. For all of the search-focused SEMpdx members, Justin  will be sitting on this integrated panel as the “SEO’s SEO”.


Dan Coe, Founder & CEO of BlkDot

Dan Coe is the founder and CEO of the BlkDot, a startup here in town taking on the challenge of helping brands monetize Tumbr. BlkDot’s unique e-commerce system allows brands to create “shoppable” Tumbr posts to get their products seen (and consumed) by Tumblr’s unique audience.


George Borshukov, CTO at Embodee George Borshukov is the CTO at Embodee, platform for 3D apparel customization and try-on based in Portland. George's background in computer graphics and visual effects includes directing Creative R&D at EA and developing the groundbreaking photorealistic computer generated shots for The Matrix series.



at Vigor Industrial Shipyard
5555 North Channel Avenue
Portland, United States

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