This week's show features Senior Director of Tecnical Design, Nidhi Puri, as we discuss who should lead digital transformation and how they should do it. Not just from an internal standpoint but how you do this with your suppliers as well. The importance of people in this whole journey is not to be understated and Nidhi reminds us that things must change in the wider fashion industry for it to succeed in the future.
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