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Retail Shopfitting & Display Summit

Experience, Exhibition and Extinction are the top topics for the Retail Shopfitting & Display Summit.

The world of retail is facing turbulent times this coming year, between the shifting political landscapes and an increasingly digital world.

2017 is expected to be full of surprise and uncertainties, and the Retail Shopfitting & Display Summit is positioned to help your prepare for the unexpected.

Taking place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, London Stansted, the event allows you to meet with industry professionals to share, connect and debate at highly-targeted one-to-one meetings, encouraging collaboration between professionals and suppliers for current and future business projects.

Out of fears that consumers crave a more personal connection to brands, creative director for the ARNO Group, Vejay Vyas, will be facing the fearless approach retailers must deal with as they’re delivered the ultimatum: evolve or become extinct.

Managing risk, assessing and reducing costs and improving efficiency is vital to stay afloat in an increasingly competitive environment like retail. Integrating and implementing security solutions into an organisation’s framework is the first step in creating value, according to management director of Umbrella Design, Mark Fanthorpe. He hopes to identify how value is created through people, process and technology.

Another seminar to expect will be presented by Karl McKeever, founder and managing director of Visual Thinking, who will be explaining how retailers can maximise their store experience through visual merchandising and a ‘buying to sell’ process. Emphasising consistency and sustaining performance, he’ll explain how a distinctive identity matters now more than ever.

All this and more will be expected at the two day invite only event between February 6th & 7th.

For more information, visit www.retailshopfittingsummit.co.uk/ or follow us on Twitter.

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