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Informa Markets Fashion Elevates Talent and New Teams, Taking the Next Step Forward in Business …

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Informa Markets Fashion announced today the next step in the group’s evolving strategic business direction with elevation of key talent into new roles and developing new teams. Informa’s Fashion portfolio brings together leading fashion brands and retailers in highly curated and expertly merchandised marketplaces, which ultimately serve to present consumers with the latest in quality apparel, footwear, accessories, and lifestyle products each season and at every price point . With the September 1st launch of its inaugural digital trade event in partnership with NuORDER, the group’s expanded catalog of product offerings, elevation of key talent, reorganization of teams, and newly bolstered areas of expertise will further support its investment in digital ventures and mission to provide the fashion B2B industry with greater commerce opportunities and unparalleled industry connectivity.

As part of the elevation of key talent, Kelly Helfman, who has expertly run

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Informa Markets Fashion Elevates Talent and New Teams, Taking the Next Step Forward in Business Evolution

Informa Markets Fashion announces development of new roles dedicated to supporting strategic business direction and expanding product offering to better serve the fashion wholesale industry.

Kelly Helfman

Kelly Helfman
Kelly Helfman
Kelly Helfman

Jason Peskin

Jason Peskin
Jason Peskin
Jason Peskin

Jordan Rudow

Jordan Rudow
Jordan Rudow
Jordan Rudow

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Informa Markets Fashion announced today the next step in the group’s evolving strategic business direction with elevation of key talent into new roles and developing new teams. Informa’s Fashion portfolio brings together leading fashion brands and retailers in highly curated and expertly merchandised marketplaces, which ultimately serve to present consumers with the latest in quality apparel, footwear, accessories, and lifestyle products each season and at every price point. With the September 1st launch of its inaugural digital trade event in partnership with NuORDER, the group’s expanded catalog of product offerings, elevation of key talent, reorganization of teams,

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Latest economic model spurs interest in new NASCAR teams

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Justin Marks tried three times to buy the NASCAR equivalent of a franchise license that guarantees a car a spot in each week’s race. Twice he was outbid, he said, and a third deal fell apart.

Without that charter, Marks had almost no chance to get his team on track in 2021. He ultimately had to lease one from another organization to become the second new NASCAR owner to announce a team in the last month.

As NASCAR plans for the 2022 cost-cutting introduction of the “NextGen” new car, the demand for charters has soared. At least three have been sold since August — ownership records of each charter are not updated by NASCAR until the start of a new year — and the bidding

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NASCAR’s upcoming economic model spurs interest in new teams

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Bubba Wallace (43) drives in traffic during the YellaWood 500 NASCAR auto race at Talladega Superspeedway, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020, in Talladega, Ala.

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Justin Marks tried three times to buy the NASCAR equivalent of a franchise license that guarantees a car a spot in each week’s race. Twice he was outbid, he said, and a third deal fell apart.

Without that charter, Marks had almost no chance to get his team on track in 2021. He ultimately had to lease one from another organization to become the second new NASCAR owner to announce a team in the last month.

As NASCAR plans for the 2022 cost-cutting introduction of the “NextGen” new car, the demand for charters has soared. At least three have been sold since August — ownership records of each charter are not updated by NASCAR until the start of a new year —

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NASCAR’s upcoming economic model spurs interest in new teams

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Justin Marks tried three times to buy the NASCAR equivalent of a franchise license that guarantees a car a spot in each week’s race. Twice he was outbid, he said, and a third deal fell apart.

Without that charter, Marks had almost no chance to get his team on track in 2021. He ultimately had to lease one from another organization to become the second new NASCAR owner to announce a team in the last month.

As NASCAR plans for the 2022 cost-cutting introduction of the “NextGen” new car, the demand for charters has soared. At least three have been sold since August — ownership records of each charter are not updated by NASCAR until the start of a new year — and the bidding process has been frenzied.


“It was much more difficult for us than I anticipated it being,” Marks said this week after

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Quibi Teams With Queen Latifah, Nneka Onuorah For Series Highlighting Black Women’s Influence On American Culture

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EXCLUSIVE: Quibi announced new series Thursday that seeks to shine a light on influential Black women who have impacted American style, beauty and culture. Black Equals Beauty is the video platform’s latest title and comes from producers Queen Latifah, Shakim Compere, Holly Carter and Cassian Elwes. The Same Difference helmer Nneka Onuorah is set to direct the four-part series.

A wide-reaching look at the shifts in American culture, Black Equals Beauty seeks to celebrate and honor the Black women have fought against oppressive archetypes.

“There has never been a more important time to explore and elevate Black women’s contributions to American culture,” said Carter, founder and CEO of Relevé Entertainment. “We are honored to work with Nneka Onuorah to spotlight how Black beauty has inspired our culture throughout history through the perspectives of celebrities, trendsetters and everyday people.

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Quibi Teams With Queen Latifah, Nneka Onuorah For Series Highlighting Black Womens’ Influence On American Culture

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Queen Latifah wearing glasses and smiling at the camera


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EXCLUSIVE: Quibi announced new series Thursday that seeks to shine a light on influential Black women who have impacted American style, beauty and culture. Black Equals Beauty is the video platform’s latest title and comes from producers Queen Latifah, Shakim Compere, Holly Carter and Cassian Elwes. The Same Difference helmer Nneka Onuorah is set to direct the four-part series.

A wide-reaching look at the shifts in American culture, Black Equals Beauty seeks to celebrate and honor the Black women have fought against oppressive archetypes.

“There has never been a more important time to explore and elevate Black women’s contributions to American culture,” said Carter, founder and CEO of Relevé Entertainment. “We are honored to work with Nneka Onuorah to spotlight how Black beauty has inspired our culture throughout history through the perspectives of celebrities, trendsetters and everyday people.

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