The half-day Connected Consumer conference will cover topics from ecommerce and AI to global consumer purchasing habits and more.
Ben Jones, CEO and co-founder of Haus Laboratories (the makeup brand Lady Gaga launched on the brand’s own ecommerce site and on Amazon in September) will give the day’s keynote address.
Consumer beauty trends in the digital age
Hannah Symons, head of beauty and personal care at the strategic market research firm Euromonitor International, will give a talk titled, Commerce 2040: The Future of Beauty Retail.
Rachel Goodman, head of beauty partnerships at Pinterest, will speak about visual search. And Kira Rich of Google, will discuss voice technology.
Beauty and big data
Dino Ha, founder of Memebox, will give a talk on how to use data to identify gaps in the beauty market. Ming Zhao, founder of Proven will discuss AI and personalization.
Machine intelligence can be leveraged to identify emerging beauty trends; and this will be the topic Yarden Horowitz, co-founder of Spate, covers as Friday’s CEW Connected Consumer event.
And Guive Balooch, global VP of L’Oréal’s Tech Incubator will be there to discuss using tech to improve UX (user experience).
And much more
Other topics that will be covered at this year’s CEW Connected Consumer conference include:
- Redefining Omnichannel Through Holistic Client Journeys
- Connecting Consumers with Brands - When Influencers Become Matchmakers
- How Digital Created a New Shopping Culture
- Insights from Retail's $45 Billion Day
- What Beauty Retailers Can Learn from the Dynamic Retail Ecosystems of Asia
Deanna Utroske, CosmeticsDesign.com Editor, covers beauty business news in the Americas region and publishes the weekly Indie Beauty Profile column, showcasing the inspiring work of entrepreneurs and innovative brands.