For the last decade, we have held our successful and well-attended retail debates. To launch The Retail Experience Economy 2.0 Report, we are delighted to be hosting this year’s retail debate in partnership with Retail Economics.
We are excited to announce that we have some of the industry’s leading players joining us for the debate, including the Retail Minister, Paul Scully MP, who will provide a keynote speech at our debate. In addition we will be joined by:
Chris Brook-Carter, Chief Executive Officer, Retail Trust
Mair Garland, Senior Government Affairs Manager, Kingfisher Plc
Mark Newton Jones, Global Supervisory Board of Ikea, NED at Mothercare Plc
Richard Lim, CEO at Retail Economics
Sue Carvell, Head Of Retail, Royal Opera House and ex Cath Kidston and L’Occitane
Register your place now to join this exclusive half-day conference, which intends to bring together the decision-makers, movers and shakers of the industry, to learn about the future of the experience economy and network with like-minded individuals.
Our report and subsequent debate will explore the impact of the Experience Economy Model and the four key factors that govern the shopping experience: environment, education, escapism and entertainment. The report and the debate will bring to life the results of a consumer survey that assesses consumer motivation, values, the trade-off between experience and price, the impact of the rising cost of living, and the importance of sustainability, in relation to the experience economy.
9:30 – 10 a.m.Registration and networking
10 a.m. – 12:50 p.m. Keynote speakers and debate
12:50 – 1:30 p.m.Lunch and networking
Please note that there are limited places at this event. Therefore, once you have registered your interest, we will email you closer to the time to confirm that you have successfully secured a place – so please keep an eye out for our emails.