Indochino has appointed Clay Haeber as Vice President of Technology.
Haeber hails from Kit and Ace, where he was head of IT, developing agile enterprise architectures and building its ecommerce platform. Kit and Ace was created by the wife and son of Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon.
At Indochino, Haeber is now responsible for developing technology solutions that enhance the experience of customers as the company expands into an omni-channel retail brand.
“A truly integrated and seamless guest experience is central to our overall success and Clay’s experience developing and implementing strategic technology solutions for major apparel brands is a huge asset as we look to rapidly grow our physical and digital retail presence,” said Drew Green, recently appointed as Indochino’s Chief Executive Officer. “Not only does he bring a wealth of experience as a technology leader and business operator; he shares a passion for people, a commitment to innovation, and a desire to build outstanding one to one customer experiences.”
“I’m overjoyed to be part of such an innovative and passionate team,” said Haeber. “Indochino has always been ahead of the curve whether it be in terms of fashion or how they have built a true omni-channel business. I honestly believe that men are ready to start dressing better and I can’t wait to help them suit up.”
Born in BC, Indochino has a goal to deliver one million made-to-measure suits a year by 2020.