How Growing Retailers can use Technology to Compete with Larger Chains
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How Growing Retailers can use Technology to Compete with Larger Chains

How Growing Retailers can use Technology to Compete with Larger Chains

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China Exchange

32A Gerrard Street

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On Wednesday Oct 19 in Central London, Sir Clive Woodward will be the keynote speaker at the Retail IT annual event. He will discuss how incremental changes to your business approach can yield significant results - featuring examples, insights and case studies from his glittering sporting and business career. It is a must see.

Other presentations cover ‘How digital and social media can help independent retailers boost footfall, grow brands & help sales flourish’ while Purenet’s Douglas Radburn will explore how e-commerce can bridge the gap between online and offline.

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1.30pm – 2pm: Drinks on arrival

2.15pm: How technology empowers small & medium retailers to compete with the larger chains – James Rodger, MD, Retail IT

2.40pm: Creating omnichannel brands and experiences through e-commerce – Douglas Radburn, Development Team Lead, Purenet

3pm: How your social media can boost footfall, grow your brands & help your sales flourish – Matthew Carlton, Marketing Manager, Retail IT

Drinks Break (3.20pm – 3.40pm)

3.40pm – 4.30pm: How small changes in your retail business’ approach can yield significant results – Sir Clive Woodward, England Rugby’s World Cup Winning Coach and Team GB Director of Sport, London 2012

4.30pm – 5pm: Panel discussion – Where is the retail and technology relationship heading? Featuring Laetitia Kotsiopoulos (Head of IT & Supply Chain, Intersport & AIS) and other panelists to be confirmed

Complimentary drinks then served until 6pm

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