The Internet Has Changed The Way We Make Products [PSFK NYC 2012]

The Internet Has Changed The Way We Make Products [PSFK NYC 2012]
technology

The co-founder of innovative performance clothing company Outlier shares the story behind the company's origin and explains how the Internet changes the relationship between producer and consumer.

Dan Gould
  • 10 march 2012

We’re happy to have Abe Burmeister as one of the speakers at our upcoming PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2012. Abe is the co-founder of innovative performance clothing company Outlier and on March 30 he plans to share with us the story behind the company’s origin and how the internet is transforming the relationship between designer and customer. In his talk at this year’s conference he will explore why the web is changing the way physical products actually get designed and produced and why his brand has been built around challenging industry standards.

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