There are many considerations necessary for success in eCommerce fashion & apparel. One of those considerations is tools that enable growth, and brands must continue investing in the right tools.
ECommerce tools enable various aspects of operating an online store, such as personalized recommendations, live chat, and virtual fitting rooms. The best eCommerce tools help fashion & apparel brands stand out from their competitors and get noticed by consumers.
It seems running an eCommerce business becomes challenging each year because brands must meet ever-changing consumer experience demands. Not to mention that the consumer journey is a lot more complex than ever, encompassing varying online and offline touchpoints.
Every fashion & apparel brand needs solutions that will help the company grow. Specifically, tools that allow the brand to attract and retain customers, including improving overall efficiency and effectiveness. Without tools, keeping up with today’s consumer journey and reaching your maximum revenue potential is more challenging.
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Senior Technology Partner Manager
Highly motivated, outgoing, and personable professional with 11 years of international experience across print, video and events.
Extensive knowledge of partnerships, technology, and e-commerce and deeply passionate about the intersection of talent, marketing, and technology.
Luis is an Agency Partner Manager at Okendo, a Shopify Plus Certified App for customer product reviews and user-generated content. He’s a native New Yorker based in Brooklyn and a martial arts enthusiast. Luis has been in the ecommerce industry for over 7 years working from both a digital agency and brand standpoint.
Mili Trapara is a Senior Portfolio Lead at Clearco, the world's largest e-commerce investor. She has seven years of e-commerce experience and has personally funded $50MM+ across the fastest-growing DTC companies in North America. Prior to Clearco, she was on the founding team at Shopify Plus. Mili is passionate about entrepreneurship & helping founders grow on their own terms.
Katya Allison is an experienced marketer with a background in communications, digital marketing, content development, and influencer strategy. She has spent time as the COO of a digital marketing agency and cut her teeth in the corporate world as Business Communications Manager.
She is currently the Director of Content at GRIN and host of the GRIN Gets Real podcast and Brands Talking Influencers fireside chat series. She uses her extensive expertise in leveraging creators to build impactful full-funnel marketing strategies to support brands to thrive in the age of the Creator Economy.
Noah Small is a Senior Technology Partner Manager at Tapcart. Noah was the second partnership hire at Bolt where he worked for the last three years and recently joined Tapcart to lead their Technology Partner Program.