Join Kezzler for an insightful webinar that highlights the critical role of serialized identities in safeguarding the fashion industry and enhancing brand reputation. Delve into advanced technologies and strategies to strengthen your brand's security and foster consumer trust.
Key takeaways from this webinar include:
Understanding the significance of serialized identities in fortifying brand protection and combating counterfeiting.
Discovering innovative approaches to implementing serialized identities for garment authentication and secure traceability.
Adopting best practices and proactive measures to reinforce your brand’s security and protect its integrity.
We’re excited to announce that Florian Muller, the Global Director of Digital & Innovation at DNV, will be joining us as a guest speaker. Florian is a sales, business development, and strategic innovation leader with 20 years of experience in FMCG, CPG, high-tech, and TIC sectors, specializing in sustainability and digitalization across global supply chains.
Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your brand’s security through the power of serialized identities. Register now and embrace a secure and confident future.
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