RADARinsights Announces 2 New Key Contributors, Brad Attig and Michael "Myko" Lin

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RADARInsights today names 2 new key positions to its growing Customized Trend Consultancy serving the global retail and wholesale communities. Brad Attig has been named Director of Talent Services. Michael "Myko" Lin has been named Director of Creative Services.

Having an individual of Brad’s experience and knowledge will compliment RADARinsights customized work in the trend/design and merchandising area. Product is as great as the “cast” who is creates it and Brad has an outstanding sense of people style.

RADARInsights today names 2 new key positions to its growing Customized Trend Consultancy serving the global retail and wholesale communities. Brad Attig has been named Director of Talent Services. Michael "Myko" Lin has been named Director of Creative Services.

Brad Attig brings a fresh and creative approach to locating, developing and nurturing talent in the fashion design world with over 15 years of retail and wholesale executive development and search. Brad will oversee RADARInsights PEOPLE division providing talent acquisition strategy and executive talent development.

Brad is the Managing Partner of MyRetailCareer.net which provides career development skills to executives in the retail and wholesale industry and consults with businesses on employment branding and development. Prior to founding MRC in 2006, Brad spent 8 years as the Director of Business Development for Retail Placement Solutions a boutique recruitment firm.

Michael "Myko" Lin is a menswear designer, fashion illustrator, trend forecaster and stylist based out of Los Angeles. A global citizen at heart, he was born in Taipei, Taiwan. Having extensive experience in design, Michael worked for and mentored under designers and global brands such as Hurley International, Armani Exchange, Tokidoki, B:Scott, Ed Hardy, Orthodox, Patagonia, and Isabel and Ruben Toledo. He has also won a plethora of awards and competitions such as NAMSB, TALA, Nike Design, Hurley Thimble Award, YMA as well as being a finalist in the Geoffrey Beene + FSF national case study. Michael's design aesthetic is relevant, global, directional, and modern.

Despite graduating from UC Berkeley in Neurobiochemistry and working in the Pharmaceutical industry for many years, Michael followed his passion to design, starting off his fashion career as an assistant stylist in San Francisco while working full-time as a scientist. Since then, he has graduated with honors and at the top of his major from Otis College of Art of Design in Los Angeles. Michael loves a challenge.

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