FashionGo, a leader in the wholesale fashion marketplace, has been quietly dominating the wholesale B2B e-commerce space for vendors and retailers for the last 20 years. The company more than tripled the average number of new registrants this past July and August. With this registration increase coupled with retailer activity that has more than doubled since June and keeps growing, FashionGo is seeing a continuous and exciting surge on their platform.
With its finger on the pulse of what is trending given the platform’s emphasis on in-stock merchandise with more than one million styles and how it is now home to 1,200 wholesalers and 420,000 retailers, FashionGo is redefining how the wholesale industry does business online.
FashionGo just completed its first-ever FashionGo Week — a two week online trade show event experience accelerated by the pandemic to connect thousands of vendors and retailers to discover new opportunities via a powerful digital experience. Designed to bring the trade show format to life in an engaging and powerful digital experience, FashionGo Week allowed vendors to maximize in-season merchandising for retailers with platform tools and features that help with buying decisions.
About Paul Lee:
Paul Lee is the CEO of NHN Global Inc., where he provides executive leadership to several wholly-owned B2B technology businesses including FashionGo, a wholesale online marketplace for the fashion apparel, accessories, footwear and beauty industries.
Paul began his career in investment banking primarily in mergers & acquisitions. His 14-year tenure on Wall Street included roles at many prominent firms such as Citigroup, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Merrill Lynch and Berenson & Company with a focus on Fortune 500 companies in the consumer & retail sectors. His notable clients included Wrigley, Best Buy, Sally Beauty, CKX (owner of American Idol) and Nordstrom (advised on sale of their Faconnable brand).
In 2014, Paul pivoted from Wall Street to C-level executive roles and eventually transitioned to NHN Global, a subsidiary of South Korean-based NHN Corporation, for three years before taking the role as CEO at NHN Global in January 2020. His expansive career path and far reaching skill set are serving NHN Global well in the companies’ pursuit of strategically expanding in North America.
Paul is a graduate of SUNY at Binghamton and Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his family.