Originally scheduled for early March, IT4Fashion 2020 – like many other international conferences – has been postponed as a result of the developing Coronavirus situation. The luxury-focused event has now been rescheduled for later this year, at the same venue in Florence, Italy.
Taking place at the 14th century Florence Charterhouse (Certosa di Firenze) IT4Fashion 2020 will reveal a fresh take on the formula that has previously drawn large audiences from Italy and around the world. Around 350 delegates, representing a prestigious portfolio of fashion and luxury companies, will gather to see exclusive presentations, case studies, and panel discussions on-stage, as well as meeting with an extremely select group of technology sponsors off-stage.
The Interline is scheduled to deliver IT4Fashion 2020’s opening keynote, as well as its closing summary.
The schedule for the event has being shaped by both the IT4Fashion Scientific Committee – including C-level figures from brands such as Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Valentino Fashion Group, Zegna Group, and Prada – as well as The Interline’s core team of fashion technology experts. The event agenda will hit every major technology topic that the luxury sector (and the broader fashion industry) needs to understand – from enterprise-wide transformation, to more niche revolutions in digital design, digital print, and personalisation.
The Interline will also report on from the event and interview other key speakers, and key takeaways will be sent to Interline Insiders in our weekly roundup.