eTail West 2018

February 26-March 01, 2018

JW Marriott, Palm Springs, CA


Diane Loviglio

CEO & Co-Founder
Boon + Gable

Diane Loviglio is the Co-Founder & CEO of Boon + Gable. Boon + Gable's vision is to make shopping less time intensive and more enjoyable. They bring clothes from brick and mortar retailers and send a personal stylist to your home. Just give them an hour, pay for what you keep and forget about the rest. 

Boon + Gable was born from her frustration as a shopper who wanted to ditch the hectic & stressful in-store shopping experience and create a solution for dressing her best and saving time. Before founding Boon + Gable, Diane worked as Mozilla’s first qualitative User Experience Researcher and co-founded the first conference to focus on tech failures, FailCon, when failure was still a taboo topic. Her expertise in sustainable design originally led Diane to the Bay Area, where she designed a public green roof featured in National Geographic. But since architecture moved too slowly for Diane, she started Wattbot, an online recommendation service that helped homeowners save money on their energy bills. She received her Bachelor of Humanities and Arts in Architecture and Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon University and when not being a CEO she can often be found in her favorite pair of AG jeans and playing with her 18 month old daughter.

5:15 PM Panel Remix: Delivery …What’s The Next Big Thing?

Speed to deliver has become the hottest subject in eCommerce. But can your business support the supply chain economics? There are extremely creative and viable options for delivery today—and we’re not just talking drones. The executives on this panel offer their ideas for:
•Examining your brand’s  demographic and customer base to assess if same day or next day delivery is achievable
•Competing with Amazon and Google: how to assess which speedy delivery options will work for your brands without cutting into profit margins
•Re-thinking supply chain economics with local same day delivery: is it worth the loyalty, or is it cutting too much into profit?
•Driving in-store pick-up perks: connecting endless aisle to boost fulfillment options