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Boohoo's Carol Kane confirmed to speak at Drapers Digital Forum

Boohoo.com joint chief executive Carol Kane has been confirmed to join the line-up of esteemed speakers at this year’s Drapers Digital Forum.

The Drapers Digital Forum, which takes place at 155 Bishopsgate in London on 30 April, will be a day of in-depth discussion on the strategic and day-to-day challenges of running a successful fashion business in the digital age.

Other speakers confirmed include:

  • Teresa Baker, senior vice president EMEA, Jimmy Choo
  • Jack Smith, group digital director, New Look
  • Martin Bartle, global communications and ecommerce director, Agent Provocateur
  • Andy Beale, head of digital and multichannel development, F&F (Tesco) 
  • Valeria Juarez, apparel director, Amazon
  • Gareth Rees-John, global digital director, Topshop Topman
  • Patricia Benito de Mateo, director of ecommerce, Grupo Cortefiel
  • Johnnie Boden, founder and executive chairman, Boden
  • Charlotte Ellis, director of digital, Karen Millen
  • John Bovill, IT and ecommerce director, Monsoon Accessorize
  • Matt Dixon, group product director, Shop Direct
  • Ben Dreyer, operations director, Boden
  • Dave Elston, head of ecommerce, Clarks
  • Yossi Erdman, head of brand and social media, Ao.com
  • Sean Mckee, head of ecommerce and customer services, Schuh
  • Nadine Sharara, head of ecommerce, Thomas Pink

The day will be packed with tips, success stories and take-aways across multiple streams and breakout sessions covering ecommerce, multichannel, social media, web, mobile and all things digital. To view the full programme for the day go to Drapersfashiononline.com

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