Retailers to Share Biz Strategies at Annual Conference
February 29, 2012,
Terry J. Lundgren
TUCSON, Arizona-Retailers and other industry leaders will gather at the University of Arizona's Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing here in April, where they will discuss how to engage consumers in a changing retail environment.
Speakers at the 16th annual Global Retailing Conference include senior executives from Macy's, The Home Depot, Walmart, PetSmart, General Growth Partners, Kraft, Nielsen and Li and Fung. The conference will be held April 12-13 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass. The event serves as a forum and think tank for emerging ideas in a setting that fuses business and academia. Presentations will focus on strategies and techniques for engaging customers in an increasingly sophisticated landscape for retailing and related industries.
Registrations for a limited number of attendees are currently being accepted. Details on the conference, including a complete agenda, are posted on www.globalretailingconference.org, with pages on Facebook.com (keyword Global Retailing Conference), Twitter.com/globalretailcon, and LinkedIn.com.
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