AWTG is expanding its technological innovations to the world of fashion through collaboration with powerhouses in the fashion industry. On 21st March, AWTG’s Head of Technology, Ian Vernon, will be joining the panel of experts at Fashion Means Business 2019: Technology Futures, a round table discussion hosted by London College of Fashion, UAL in collaboration with Old Spitalfields Market, London. Panel members will explore how technology is disrupting the norms within the fashion industry and what is in store for the future with this wave of disruption. The discussion will revolve around how connected devices, internet of things, artificial intelligence and data analytics are powering the rise of connected clothing and smart fashion.
AWTG is an end-to-end technology solutions provider for Smart Cities, Smart Enterprises, Smart Fashion Industry 4.0, Telecommunications, New Media and Internet. LCF’s Fashion Business School is part of London College of Fashion, UAL a world leader in fashion design, media and business education and boundary-pushing research where fashion intersects with science, engineering, and technology. LCF has been nurturing creative talent for over a century and ‘shaping lives through fashion’.
AWTG and London College of Fashion are exploring a collaboration to benefit students and provide exposure to local and global enterprises that are transforming the fashion industry through technological innovation.
Abbey Alidoosti, AWTG CEO said, “We are excited to work with powerhouses in Smart Fashion to enable technological innovations that evolve as customer preferences changes from one season to the next.”