USA: MarketThreads Hosts Digital Market Discussion At Magic
"With the number of industries conducting transactions online increasing everyday, it is important for the fashion industry to embrace this trend," said Bob Joel, chief executive officer of MarketThreads. "Our panel discussion is designed to inform conference attendees about the opportunities provided by the Internet. From conducting secure, online transactions to the ability to instantaneously exchange information, there are countless advantages that can lead to cost and time savings for both vendors and retailers."
Joining MarketThreads on the panel will be E-Color, MGI Software, and other industry experts discussing how technology is revolutionising the fashion industry.
Specific topics covered by the panel will include:
·General growth of e-commerce
·Importance of the Internet for the livelihood of business
·Role of e-business in the fashion industry
·How technology tools such as True Internet Color and MGI ZOOM Server can create realistic online storefronts
·Benefits to vendors and retailers for conducting business online
MarketThreads is a multi-product business-to-business website that brings together both vendors and retailers in the fashion apparel, accessory and footwear industry. Founded in December 1999 and located in Jacksonville, Florida, MarketThreads provides a centraliised electronic trading and information portal that automates and streamlines the manner in which commerce is conducted for both vendors and retailers. For more information, visit www.marketthreads.com.
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