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The Future of Retail

City Pixels

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

The Future of Retail

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PANELISTS:

Mark Dwight, CEO of Rickshaw Bagworks
Kevin McKenzie, Global Chief Digital Officer at Westfield Labs


ABOUT THE DISCUSSION:

Digital technologies are reshaping our physical spaces, and nowhere is this more apparent than in our cities. Big data changes how and where we build. GPS-driven services impact the ways we move and interact. And social apps connect us to millions of people, fundamentally altering choices — like what to eat — that were once essentially private decisions.  

The Future of Retail panel will feature Mark Dwight, CEO of Rickshaw Bagworks, a San Francisco-based manufacturer of on-demand bags. Also featured will be Kevin McKenzie, Global Chief Digital Officer at Westfield Labs, a new innovation lab within the Westfield Group that explores the merging of digital experiences and physical space.
 

Questions covered during the conversation will include:

  • As inventory is moving online, what happens to our retail spaces?

  • How is technology disrupting local manufacturing?

  • How do digital products impact physical experiences?

 

FOLLOW THE CONVERSATION ON TWITTER:

Send any questions you might have for the panelists to @hotstudio #futureofretail.
Follow @citypixelsSF the night of the event for a live feed of the conversation.

Have questions about The Future of Retail? Contact City Pixels

When & Where


Hot Studio
585 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)


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City Pixels

City Pixels is a collection of stories from local people exploring how design and technology are shaping our very notion of what it means to live in the city.
 
As products and services move into the digital space, city living is transforming before us. We’re becoming more connected through the web, but what’s happening to our connection to our public spaces, work places, local shops and, most importantly, to each other?
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