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Retail Technology USA 2016

Retail Technology USA 2016

Hundreds of VIP's and delegates will join the world’s leading experts as they take to the stage to discuss the hottest trends and innovations that are transforming retail technology today.

Retail in the USA is a huge, multi-billion dollar industry, which is evolving. Retailers need to find ways to attract and grow wallet share from today's and tomorrow's customer. Creating rich and personal retail experiences with the aid of technology is at the heart of this strategy to win new and retain current customers. This is where the Retail Show comes in. It's the biggest event dedicated to retail strategy and technology. The Retail Technology Show USA is where your customers are gathering to get the big ideas and to shop in 2016.  

The Retail Technology Show is a part of Home Delivery World USA , which started out as a small conference back in 2013 with the goal of helping retailers get their products to their consumers. eCommerce, however, is an industry exploding with growth and as testament to this industry now so has our once-modest conference.

The Retail Technology Show USA will feature the following trends:

  • In-store Contextual, Mobile and Social: the whys and hows of the retail Context
  • Customer Analytics: Segmentation, Predictive, and Real-time
  • Merchandising Tech & Assortment Optimization
  • Inventory Management: building the next generation retail supply chain
  • Multi-channeling Retailing: integrating online and offline shopping
  • Bleeding Edge Technology: augmented reality, 3D printing, and IOT
  • CIO’s Role in Retail Technology: from project to risk and change management

Tickets from ($): FREE

Speakers include:

Michael Jaconi, Co-Founder and CEO, Button, Inc.
Eli Weiss, Chief Mobile Strategist, B&H Photo Video 
Jack Hanlon, VP of Analytics, Jet.com
Tim Lowe, President, Lowes Foods 
Benjamin Babcock, Director of UX Research, Jet.com 
Cody DeBacker, Director & VIP Engagement, Shopify Plus
Alex Wright, Director of Research, Etsy
Zach Miller, VP, eCommerce Partnerships, Spring
Geraldine Schlueter, CIO, Pet Supermarket Inc.
Albert Vita, Senior Director of Interconnected Retail, The Home Depot 

Topics Include: 

  • The next big thing is a button away – the impact of mobile commerce on the future of retail 
  • Contextual technology: the whys and hows of the retail Context
  • Everything all the time – predictive and reactive analytics for customer-fueled eCommerce 
  • Community-driven commerce
  • Customer acquisition strategies for mobile: email, new user experience, product design and viral loops
  • Selling everywhere - using Buy Buttons to expand your market and innovate 
  • Thinking ‘phygital’ – successes and challenges of taking e-commerce off-line 
  • Creating feelings of affiliation, connection, trust and reassurance to make customers repeatedly choose a brand in the face of alternatives
  • Next level loyalty - is it even possible with eCommerce? 

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