NRF 2023 is just around the corner, and it promises to be a must-attend event for anyone in the retail industry. As the largest retail trade show in the world, it offers a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and technologies shaping the industry from inspiring keynote speakers to cutting-edge exhibitors.

We will have a chit-chat at AWS TechTalks in NRF 2023 with the other visionary retail tech leaders. Asena Yosun Denizeri will provide insights on the latest trends and technologies in the retail industry and will talk about Solvoyo solutions by discussing how retailers in the Fashion, E-commerce, and Q-commerce industry verticals completed their digital transformations. 

If you’re planning to attend NRF 2023, don’t miss out the chance to connect with Solvoyo and other retail tech leaders, find solutions and inspirations, and learn how they can help your business to stay ahead of the competition. 

Be sure to visit AWS at booth #6138 and catch Solvoyo’s talk at AWS TechTalks. 

Mark your calendar for Jan 15, 2023, at 1:30 PM.

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About the speaker

Asena has more than 25 years of experience in implementing Planning, Pricing, and Optimization solutions in global companies in the U.S. and Europe. She has led cross-functional teams in large-scale projects touching different points in the Retail lifecycle, including Category Planning, Assortment Localization, Demand Planning, Size Optimization, Promotion Planning, Allocation and Replenishment, Markdown Optimization, and Supply Chain Management. Following her consulting tenure with Silicon-valley based software companies, she brought her Advanced Analytics and Business Process Engineering experience to Apparel Retail where she worked at Gap Inc. and Cache where she led Merchandise Planning and Distribution teams to adopt new analytics capabilities in Forecasting, Assortment Localization, and Price Optimization to improve sales and profitability. Yosun holds B.S. and Master of Engineering degrees in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University. She is one of the contributing authors in Oxford Handbook of Price Management and has been a guest lecturer in San Francisco State and Columbia University business school on multiple occasions.