Inbar Carmel
Apparel & Fashion

Inbar Carmel

Founder & CEO  of Infimé
Location
Tel Aviv, Isreal
Mini Bio

Inbar is an entrepreneur, a Fashion-Tech expert, Mentor and the CEO & Co-Founder of the startup Infimé. She’s also been cited as one of ‘The promising entrepreneurs of 2017’ by Globes Financial Magazine


Inbar’s passion for helping women achieve confidence and personalization while shopping online led her to found Infimé. She wanted to create a new standard in digital-shopping experience, by helping women everywhere find their perfect fit.


Infimé offers a virtual fitting room for fashion, Swimwear & Intimate apparel. Their virtual fitting room is solving the problem of online fitting. They have helped some of the world’s leading brands to increase sales by personalizing their customers online shopping experience.


In addition to running Infimé, Inbar is an experienced moderator and a regular speaker on Fashion-Tech, e-Commerce, innovation, and Entrepreneurship. In 2014, She founded the ‘Fashion-Tech Events’ – hosting over 50 community-led events built to connect start-ups, entrepreneurs, retailers, and leaders in the fashion industry with the goal to promote innovation, cooperation, and creative partnership in the fashion-tech community.


Prior to founding Infimé, Inbar developed extensive experience in fashion, retail, and technology industries by establishing and managing an innovative online Intimate Apparel brand – InfimeUnderwear.com – founded to allow women to discover and explore their style through personal shopping experience.

Speaker experience
The Trends & Changes That Retailers In The Fashion Industry Will Experience Following The Coronavirus Crisis
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Medium - May 1, 2020
The Trends & Changes That Retailers In The Fashion Industry Will Experience Following The Coronavirus Crisis

Within a few weeks, the retail world tumbled, stores were closed, production stopped, customers went online, but not necessarily to acquire fashion items. The main question is, what will the fashion world look like the day after the crisis? Will stores still be relevant? What will the collections production process look like in the future? And which technologies will retailers adopt to cope with the new trends created?

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