January 28, 2016


Former Kit and Ace & lululemon executive to drive INDOCHINO’s technical operations and expansion plans

Vancouver, BC – INDOCHINO, the global retail pioneer in made to measure menswear, has appointed Clay Haeber as Vice President of Technology. A world class expert in supporting high-growth apparel companies, Clay is responsible for developing technology solutions that intuitively enhance the experience of INDOCHINO’s customers as the company continues its mission to become a leading international 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, 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.”

Clay has held leadership positions at global retail brands including Kit and Ace and lululemon. Most recently, he served as Head of IT at Kit and Ace where he was responsible for developing agile enterprise architectures to support the company’s rapid growth, which included building its ecommerce & brand web platforms. As Director of Technical Infrastructure at lululemon, Clay was directly responsible for establishing an ecommerce program, which involved developing a system that aligned technology with guest experience to support its massive retail expansion.

“I’m overjoyed to be part of such an innovative and passionate team,” said Clay 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.”


INDOCHINO is at the forefront of a global suit revolution that is seeing more and more men suiting up once again. With the goal to deliver one million made to measure suits a year by 2020, INDOCHINO makes it easy for men globally to purchase the highest quality made to measure suits and shirts at a great price.

INDOCHINO is the first online company to disrupt the retail and retail technology sector by delivering mass one-to-one apparel garments for its customers. The company’s multi-touch customer experience allows men to order their made to measure clothing online, via mobile or in person at INDOCHINO showrooms in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Beverly Hills and Boston.