FIRST SPEAKERS UNVEILED FOR 2018 NYC SUMMIT

An impressive roster of brand licensing and retail thought leaders will take the stage at the third annual NYC Summit: The Business of Brand Licensing networking event and conference in 2018.
Taking place Feb. 20 at the Convene event venue in Times Square, some of the executives slated to speak include:
Charlotte Clisby, a co-founder and chief commercial officer of Evode Group, whose subsidiary Merchmaker offers a print-on-demand solution that works within the constraints of traditional wholesale, allowing brands such as Nickelodeon, WWE and CBS to get product in the hands of fans fast.

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Evode China Interviews

INTERVIEW WITH DAVID RAN, SUPER SPORTS MEDIA GROUP

In this interview, David Ran, the Director of Strategy & Business Development at Super Sports Media Group, shares why his company considers Evode’s business model suitable for the Chinese market and why he is looking forward to the partnership.

Super Sports Media Group is the exclusive English Premier League broadcast rights holder in China and Macau for 2013/14 – 2018/19.

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Evode China Interviews

INTERVIEW WITH DOREEN WANG & EDWIN NG, TECKWAH

In this interview, Doreen Wang, the General Manager at Teckwah Shanghai, and Edwin Ng, the Regional Business Development Manager at Teckwah China, explain why they think Evode’s on-demand model is suitable for the China market, and how they think Teckwah’s technology solutions can improve on its logistics. 

Teckwah is Evode’s exclusive logistics solution and partner in China. 

Teckwah is a leading service provider of customised supply chain management services. They offer printing and packaging services, supply chain fulfilment, spare parts logistics, reverse logistics and aftermarket repair services.

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Evode China Interviews

INTERVIEW WITH ISAAC WANG YI

In this interview, Isaac Wang Yi shares why he has decided to invest in Evode China and why he thinks that Evode’s on-demand business model will be a success, particularly for the booming sports industry.

Isaac has been highly influential in the sports sector within China, organising the £200m purchase of Premier League Football Club, West Bromwich Albion. He is well connected within the Chinese Super League, and works closely with China’s leading sports broadcasters and content publishers.

He has a background in investment banking, and is heavily involved in building China’s global sports profile, particularly in football.

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