In-store Experience Stage

  • RetailEXPO In-Store Experience Stage

    Harnessing the power of design and technology to create inspiring retail experiences

    The In-Store Experience Stage examines how retailers need to adapt brick and motor stores to meet new consumer demands.

    In-Store Experience Stage Full Agenda

  • Benefits of attending:

    • Learn how to seamlessly blend physical and digital environments and improve customer engagement and experience
    • Discover how experiential stores are reshaping retail and driving footfall, sales, engagement and loyalty
    • Find out to bring sustainability to life in the store environment
    • Discuss how to harness data to improve store design, operations and customer experience
    • Examine how retailers are building portfolios of different store formats and propositions to meet the needs of a diverse customer base
    • Gain insights on developing a flexible store design strategy to keep up with rapidly evolving consumer demands
    • Understand how to influence shopper missions and mind-sets in different types of retail environments
  • 2020 In-Store Experience Stage specialists include:

    • Enna Khan, Customer Experience, Strategy & Operations Manager, Knight Frank
    • Natalia Baldizzoni, Senior Design & Construction Manager, Central & Eastern Europe, Yum! Brands, KFC
    • Lee Chapman, Innovation Director, CYBG/Virgin Money
    • Philippe Roucoule, Vice President Category & Retail Business Development EMEA, Warner Bros
    • Paul Delves, Managing Director, Delves and Co.
    • Ryan Clinkscales, Director Global Retail, Visual Merchandising, Reebok
    • Emma Jones, Senior Global Retail Operations Manager, Mulberry
  • Interested in attending?

    Join us at RetailEXPO 2020 to get ideas, innovations and the latest retail solutions.

    Register to attend

    2020 Content Programme

    See the 2020 content programme to get a taste of the learnings and insights at RetailEXPO.

    Content programme

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