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Toronto—21 May 2014
Audrey Carr, VP Strategy, at Nurun’s Toronto office, will moderate the “Opportunities and Challenges for the Smart Store of Tomorrow” panel discussion during STORE 2014, Canada’s biggest retail conference, presented by Retail Council of Canada.
Held on Tuesday, June 3, the opening day of STORE 2014, the panel brings together retailers, technologists, and marketing strategists to discuss the opportunities, operations and associated challenges of the smart store of the future, including how consumer expectations and behaviors are driving the adoption of new in-store technologies.
The “Opportunities and Challenges for the Smart Store of Tomorrow” panel will feature Jim Reynolds, Director of eCommerce Product Management, Indigo Books & Music; Paul Reid, VP, Store Operations, FGL Sports; Jacob Kennedy, Senior Online Product Manager, Walmart Canada; and Nick Koudas, Co-Founder, Aislelabs.
As Canadian retailers continue to increase their investment in omnichannel sales and fulfillment strategies, it’s important to consider the impact from both consumer and operational perspectives.” said Audrey. “I’m excited to discuss the various opportunities presented by extending content, commerce, and personalization platforms to the in-store experience, as well as share advice and expertise from retailers with first-hand experience piloting and deploying new technologies within the retail environment.
About STORE 2014
STORE is Retail Council of Canada’s two-day conference held annually in Toronto. With an agenda and networking opportunities targeted to the unique needs of the dynamic retail industry in Canada. STORE is the must-attend event of the season.
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