Jovita Gabnienė will moderate the FASHIONTECH panel discussion at the virtual edition of TECH Conference Europe (9 June)

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Attorney at Law, Head of Litigation & Investigations Team at Ellex Valiunas, and Ambassador of TECH Conference Europe Baltics Edition to moderate Fashiontech panel discussion

On the 9th of June, during the virtual edition of TECH Conference Europe, leaders of several tech industries will meet online to discuss the recent updates that are shaping our future. Make sure to secure your seat now!

The virtual conference has been launched in order to give the opportunity for startups, investors, SME managers, students, lecturers, professors, journalists, and everyone involved in the tech industries to safely attend an opinion forming virtual event.

Among the interesting subjects which include mobility, environment, EdTech, Fintech, and much more important verticals, you will also find Fashiontech.

The topic is very important as the whole nature of the word ‘beauty’ is changing and has been for some time. During the pandemic, as consumers stock up on daily necessities, beauty companies are expected to shift their product focus away from luxuries and bring it back to the essentials. The experts of the FashionTech industry will share their input about what is the next step if you are operating in the fashion industry.

As mentioned above, Jovita Gabnienė (Dispute Resolution & Entertainment Attorney / Ambassador of TECH Conference Europe Baltics Edition) will moderate the “FASHIONTECH – IS THE FASHION SECTOR SUFFERING OR INNOVATING” which will be joined Stefania Barbaglio (Founder and Director at Cassiopeia Services), Filipa Neto (Innovation Principal at Farfetch), Sukhi Jutla (COO & Co-founder at MarketOrders) and Karim Coppola (Founder and Creative Director at VISORE LAB).

Jovita Gabnienė – Attorney at Law, Head of Litigation & Investigations Team at Ellex Valiunas

Practicing at Dispute Resolution Group, Jovita has represented multiple local and international clients on various commercial and corporate disputes, including complex, high-value cross border cases and advised on various commercial law matters.

Strong dispute resolution background allows her to look at IP, IT and commercial law matters from both business development and risk management perspective Focus on Cinema, Fashion and Leisure sets her apart and allows to meet specific needs of the Industries in the Baltics.

Jovita has had a very diverse portfolio of clients, including textile companies, largest retailers in the Baltic’s, BIG 4 audit companies, cable televisions, and Directors of Independent Films.

In order to secure your virtual seat, make sure to register here (no travel needed, you can attend from the comfort of your home or office).