Vancouver's Indochino takes Traveling Tailor on the Road to Ottawa

by Rob Lewis | Startups

Vancouver's Indochino is continuing to expand their Traveling Tailor pop-up store concept. The Canadian startup is starting with their first stop in Eastern Canada—Ottawa—from April 24 to 28.

One of the reasons that Ottawa was chosen as the next location (after Vancouver and Calgary) was due to a large social media campaign by Ottawa citizens who utilized the hashtag #SuitUpOttawa on Twitter to get Indochino's attention.

One of the new features for this event will be the deployment of an all-digital solution to record customer measurements, select the suit fabrics and customization options on orders. Deploying simultaneously on 30 iOS devices, this app allows for instant customer profile and order creation, with customers receiving a confirmation email the moment that their order has been processed. In addition, because everything is managed in real-time, Indochino can ensure proper inventory management so that each order is immediately debited from their factory's supply and a fabric is never unavailable.

The event runs from Tuesday April 24 to Saturday April 28 at 151 Slater Street (Suite G089) from 8am to 8pm each day.

RSVP by booking your measurement online and receive a free custom shirt with every suit purchase.

Indochino Apparel Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Indochino is at the forefront of revolutionizing men’s fashion. Since our founding, we have grown to be one of the largest made to measure menswear brands on the market by providing gentlemen with high quality menswear that makes them look and feel like a million bucks. Our multi-channel customer experience allows men to order their made to measure shirts and suits online, via mobile or... more

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