Claire Mazur, Co-founder, Of a Kind
Alexis Tryon, Co-Founder and CEO, Artsicle
Olga Vidisheva, Founder and CEO, Shoptiques.com
Christina Wallace, Co-Founder and CEO, Quincy
Also participating in year-two of the program are executives from Liberty Interactive and QVC, including Andrea Wong, Liberty Board Member and President of International Production for Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Claire Watts, CEO, QVC US.
Wong commented, “Nearly all of our Council members have returned for another year which is a testament to the program’s value, inspiration and positive energy. The pairings of established and ascending eCommerce leaders are made with real-world business goals in mind. It’s about women mentoring and helping each other to enable early stage business to achieve long term success.”
The second W
CN Summit will take place on September 19, 2012 in Silicon Valley. The day’s agenda includes discussions on engaging the customer through multiple channels, including social and mobile and building quality leadership teams, and is designed around an intimate format that encourages direct conversations and relationship building.
About Liberty Interactive Corporation
Liberty Interactive Corporation operates and owns interests in a broad range of digital commerce businesses. Those interests are currently attributed to two tracking stock groups: Liberty Interactive Group and Liberty Ventures Group. The Liberty Interactive Group (Nasdaq: LINTA, LINTB) is primarily focused on digital commerce and consists of Liberty Interactive Corporation’s subsidiaries
and Liberty Advertising),
, and Liberty Interactive Corporation’s interests in
. The Liberty Ventures Group (Nasdaq: LVNTA, LVNTB) consists of Liberty Interactive Corporation’s non-consolidated assets, including interests in AOL, Expedia, Interval Leisure Group, Time Warner, Time Warner Cable, Tree.com (Lending Tree), TripAdvisor and various green energy investments.