I am super lucky that in Canada, we have some of the most influential companies in the smart clothing market. I had the chance to sit down and discuss with Hannah Fung, the Marketing director Myant inc., about their vision of the future and their contribution to the smart textile industry.
Do you believe selling men’s clothes is the same as selling women’s clothes? I don’t think so. There are actually many sub-markets in the fashion industry. And obviously, each of them all have their own set of rules. In these Market analysis articles, I am breaking down everything you need to know about these sub-markets.
Why do I do that? First, because I find it fascinating. From an outside perspective, it looks like the same industry. But when you look at it closely, you actually see many differences.
Besides, I believe that the key to success comes from broadening our knowledge of the world. By widening our vision, we can be better creator and bring more value. But at the same time, it’s important to deepen our technical know how because that’s what make us better understand how each concept and each market works.
Each market analysis article is dedicated to one sub-market at a time.
In today’s interview with Romain Spinali, we are going to talk about connected swimsuit, fashion, market fit and sustainability.
Hexoskin’s mission has always been to make the precise health data collected by its body-worn sensors accessible and useful for everyone. So, we sat down with Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, one of Hexoskin’s co-founders, to talk about the future of smart clothing.