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Top 9 Reasons to Attend ShopperTrak’s Retail Summit 2017

May 18, 2017 ByStaff

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Join us on June 7 at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago for ShopperTrak’s Retail Summit 2017, which provides retail leaders with 3 days during which to explore cutting-edge ideas, speak freely, question long-held assumptions, and work together to envision a future of retail that adapts to the preferences of contemporary shoppers.

To learn more, check out the agenda for details on what to expect, and take a look below at our chosen Top 9 Reasons to attend ShopperTrak’s Retail Summit 2017:

  1. The historic Palmer House Hilton

Retail Summit attendees will stay in the nation’s longest-running, continually operating hotel, The Palmer House. A fun retail-related fact? Upon its opening on November 8, 1873, Potter Palmer, the hotel’s founder, was introduced by Marshall Field to his future wife, Bertha Hilton Honore. Many claim that when Potter gave Bertha the hotel, he presented what is the considered the most extravagant wedding gift of all time.

Palmer House

  1. Gain insight into broader economic trends affecting today’s consumers

Neely Tamminga’s keynote, Mindful Consumption, will examine the effects of shifting consumer behavioral patterns on retailers of all stripes, while examining the state of the contemporary consumer from an economic perspective.

Neely Tamminga’s keynote

  1. Network with like-minded retailers

Trade best practices with peers during structured concurrent sessions for Operations and Marketing leaders. Not to mention, everyone will get a chance to network and mingle with all attendees at both the Wednesday evening happy hour and the offsite event at the Walnut Room on Thursday night.

Network with like-minded retailers

  1. Prepare for the Holidays, starting this June

Getting ready to marshal all your forces this holiday season? This informational session will provide insightful tactics for retailers to best prepare for the holidays, detailing everything from labor models to inventory management.

Prepare for the Holidays, starting this June

  1. A chance to get individualized advice

Retailer-led breakout sessions are your chance to get all of your questions answered by retail experts. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from leaders at Lucky Brand, Lids, DTLR, and Perry Ellis.

Breakout Sessions

  1. A Touch of Magic

Ever wish that you could wave a magic wand and have all your retail problems be magically solved? Well, ShopperTrak may not be able to help you with such a request, but we can provide a night out that includes a magic show. Prepare to be amazed.

A Touch of Magic

  1. Explore new retail solutions

Attendees will get a sneak peek into recent ShopperTrak and TruVUE solutions demos: e.g., Fitting Room Analytics, Cycle Counting, and ShopperTrak Analytics and Global Index. You’ll also get to chat with experts about how to best leverage these innovative solutions.

Panel Discussion 2

  1. Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor

Back by popular demand, Bob Phibbs will kick off the Summit with an energetic keynote in which attendees will gain practical tips for how to start and end a “great day” in retail, so that attendees leave feeling properly equipped to tackle industry “unknowns.” Check out ShopperTrak’s interview with the Retail Doctor to get more advice on tactics for achieving in-store success.

Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor

  1. Dine at a famous retail venue

This year’s offsite evening event will be held at the famous Walnut Room in the Macy’s on State Street. An important moment in retail history took place here, as the Walnut Room was the first restaurant ever opened in a department store.

Walnut Room in the Macy’s on State Street

See you at ShopperTrak’s Retail Summit 2017!

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