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Episode Info: Brittany Hicks shares her learnings from years of experience in supply chain management in the fashion and retail industry. She has a breadth of insights surrounding where the industry has room for improvement in business practices, planning, and inclusion. Brittany is the founder of Girls in Fashion and Tech (GiFT), the co-creator of the WOC #FashTech Brunch, co-founder of Slash Seattle, and the co-creator of the WTF?! Fashion Podcast (launching in March 2019), is an adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University, in addition to her full-time position at Amazon in planning and operations on the Private Label Fashion team. During the episode We reference the work of Kim Jenkins several times, explore Kim Jenkins’ research here:  This episode was created in partnership with Trendscaping. an open-source trend-forecasting website. Trendscaping is a community platform for sharing and mapping insights, ideas, and the evolution of concepts. Sign up for the Trendscaping newsletter, and read more about this podcast episode and insights from Brittany’s SXSW panel “Fashion’s Fit Issue: Representation and Tech.” Trendscaping: Trendscaping on Instagram:  Trendscaping on Twitter:  Brittany Hicks’ social & project links: Brittany Hicks on Instagram:  Girls in Fashion and Tech: Girls in Fashion and Tech LinkedIn:  WOC FashTech Brunch: Follow Slash Seattle (@slashsea):  Follow Lynae Cook & #BTSPodcast #BTSPodcast on Twitter:  #BTSPodcast on Facebook:  Lynae Cook on Twitter:  Lynae Cook on Instagram:  --- Support this podcast:
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