The retail industry holds so many events through the year that it can be hard deciding which to attend. Here are 5 reasons why you should attend the Retail Fulfilment Summit, held in Melbourne from 26-28 February 2018, so save your spot today!
1. Industry backed
The summit is truly for the industry and is supported by leading groups including the National Retail Association (NRA), National Online Retailers Association (NORA), Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA), as well as the Australian government.
Because it is focused on supporting retailers, ticket prices are extremely affordable, ensuring more people can attend and learn about the future of retail fulfilment, supply chain and customer experience.
2. Hear from Amazon
Amazon is a hot topic in Australia at the moment but it’s rare that we hear from the company itself. At the Retail Fulfilment Summit you will, with Amazon Vice President, Global Innovation Policy and Communications Paul Misener presenting.
3. International Insights
It truly is an all-star line-up and other international speakers include retail visionary and co-founder of the Center for Advancing Retail and Technology in the US, Sterling Hawkins. He’s at the forefront of innovation in retail.
Bruce Harryman, Head of Network Planning at UK department store John Lewis, is another big name speaker who was instrumental in launching John Lewis’ multi-million fulfilment pods.
4. Go your own way
Along with the keynote presentations, the summit offers four different streams and multiple round table discussions, so you can personalise your experience.
5. It’s part of Retail Week
The Retail Fulfilment Summit is part of Retail Week, five days dedicated to supporting innovation in the Australian retail industry. It is a jam-packed week of events, inspiration and education covering every aspect of retail, from customer service to marketing and everything in between.
For 2018, we are also delighted to include a stand-alone Retail C-suite day, bringing together senior decision makers from across the retail sector to investigate the drivers for change in global retail, and discuss how disruptive business models are redefining the value proposition.