Growth Speaker Series: Join Laura Holliday, CMO of Zola, at Sailthru HQ
October 30, 2015
Innovation and entrepreneurship are thriving in New York City, and it’s not just the explosion of Silicon Alley as a new tech hub. The retail and media industries have also been leading the way, with some of the world’s most forward-thinking brands calling NYC home. At Sailthru, innovation and entrepreneurship are huge parts of our company culture and business philosophies, which is why we’re proud to sponsor a new speaker series with industry leaders who are defining new growth opportunities and transforming their industries.
For the first installment of the Growth Speaker Series sponsored by Sailthru, we’re thrilled to welcome Laura Holliday, the CMO of Zola to share her unique insights in the retail business, full of key lessons that big companies can take from small companies, and vice versa.
Laura will cover how Zola disrupted the gift registry business model and user experience to fuel a multi-million dollar business, and other examples from Williams-Sonoma, Ralph Lauren, J. Crew, and Rent the Runway. In the presentation, attendees will learn why brands should focus on customer retention to pave the way to growth; how ensuring brand consistency works to increase shareholder value; and the importance of creating a ‘people first’ organization for long-term success.
Where: Sailthru HQ, 160 Varick Street, 12th Floor
When: November 5th, 5:00pm EST
RSVP: Space is limited, please RSVP in advance here
We hope you’ll join us for this special event of retail innovation, industry networking, cocktails + apps, and more!
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