Tuesday, 30 August 2011

The seminar and conference call for papers is now open for Retail Business Technology Expo 2012

Retail Business Technology Expo 2012, the one stop shop for end to end retail and hospitality solutions, is opening its stage to the most innovative and thought provoking speakers as part of its FREE conference and seminar programme.

Nick Field, event director, Retail Business Technology Expo, said, "The calibre of speakers at our launch event in March was outstanding, and we are committed to putting on an even better programme for 2012.
We have 4 theatres, with over 80 sessions, so there are plenty of opportunities to hear the very best retail content there is to offer. We've undertaken extensive research to find out exactly what our visitors want to hear and the message is loud and clear – innovation is key."
Retail Business Technology Expo provides platform for industry leaders to set the agenda
The conference programme at the 2011 event attracted over 2,000 attendees, with top level speakers  from  Aurora, eBay, Giant Eagle, Morrisons, Sonae, Starbucks, and Waitrose, and many more, covering a broad range of topics including supply chain, multichannel, eCommerce, marketing to loss prevention, and tackling topical industry issues from the pros & cons of Cloud Computing to missed opportunities in retailing.

“We’re looking for original content, new ideas and topics which will appeal to a range of job functions.  There is a huge appetite for information across the whole area of multichannel, which is completely encompassed in our show, and will be covered extensively.  Likewise, international retail came up as another area where there’s a real hunger for information, and we are committed to at least 20% of our seminars featuring Europe and beyond.” Field continued.

The call for papers deadline is September 30th 2011.  More details and hints and tips on how to submit a proposal can be found at http://www.retailbusinesstechnologyexpo.com/Content/SEMINAR-SUBMISSION/21/

Cards & Payments Solutions 2012, the dedicated exhibition and conference focused exclusively on cards and payments solutions in retail, run in association with Vendorcom and co-located with Retail Business Technology Expo, will be launching its call for papers shortly.
Retail Business Technology Expo and Cards & Payments Solutions  13-14 March 2012 at London’s Earls Court, South Hall.  Follow http://www.retailbusinesstechnologyexpo.com/  for more information on visiting and exhibiting.
About Retail Business Technology Expo
Retail Business Technology Expo and Cards & Payments Solutions is the one stop shop for end to end retail and hospitality solutions.
Retail Business Technology Expo and Cards & Payments Solutions, is the must visit event for retail and hospitality organisations looking for the right tools, solutions and advice on how to best run their business. 

They are a one stop shop, showcasing end to end solutions, from supply chain to the customer.  See the whole picture at Retail Business Technology Expo and Cards & Payments Solutions – the UK and Europe’s leading solutions events.
Retail Business Technology Expo, from Legend Exhibitions, combines an exhibition offering a comprehensive range of solutions with a free informative and interactive education programme incorporating seminars, workshops, and inspirational features, plus a host of networking opportunities and hospitality – all under one roof. 
Co-located with Retail Business Technology Expo  ‘Cards & Payments Solutions’, provides a platform for the most innovative suppliers from this sector to showcase their products and solutions, as well as hosting the Vendorcom Quarterly Cards & Payments Thought Leadership Conference.
Retail Business Technology Expo and Cards & Payments Solutions - winner of highly commended at the 2011 AEO Excellence Awards for Best Trade Launch Show.
 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:  http://www.retailbusinesstechnologyexpo.com/
For additional information, contact:
Emma Easterbrook
Communications Director
Retail Business Technology Expo
020 8 874 2728
via marketinguk.co.uk
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