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2nd Loss Prevention Summit  September 13th 2011

The Retail Bulletin announces today the launch of their second Loss Prevention Summit as part of their series of highly-respected conferences.


2nd Loss Prevention Summit September 13th 2011

The Retail Bulletin announces today the launch of their second Loss Prevention Summit as part of their series of highly-respected conferences.

Despite shrinkage, fraud and hacking remaining a growing problem in today’s multichannel marketplace; retailers, ever conscious of their bottom line, are increasingly gaining the upper-hand in the war against crime.

This summit will look at key economic survival strategies through retail loss prevention, staff training, emerging technology and closer industry collaboration.

Loss prevention has earned its way into the boardroom and now has become integral to the bigger economic and corporate picture. Those ahead of the game are reaping the rewards of improved business performance, staff motivation and brand resilience whilst those with old loss prevention strategies are finding profits reducing on a monthly basis.

In response to this threat together with an increased awareness of the importance of loss prevention, The Retail Bulletin Loss Prevention Summit returns for 2011 at the conveniently located Cavendish Conference Centre in central London.

Speakers already confirmed include:
• Hugh Ferridge, Group Loss Prevention and Business Controls, Selfridges & Co
• Vas Gopinathan, Detective Chief Inspector, Metropolitan Police Service
• Sue Lamley, Head Of Risk And Loss Prevention, HMV
• Mike Finch, Head of Asset Protection, Best Buy Europe
• Russell Biss, Senior Loss Prevention Manager, Waterstones
• Craig Kenyon, Risk/Loss Prevention Development Manager, Game Group PLC
• Richard Quinn, Commercial Manager - Retail Operations, The Co-operative Group Ltd

This event has been designed for retail loss prevention executives who are responsible for all aspects of internal and external loss prevention, shrinkage, fraud, risk, computing attacks or theft as well as consultants and solution providers to the loss prevention retail market.  The summit will be relevant for traditional, online and multichannel retailers.

Interactivity has been maximised during the conference sessions with Q&A opportunities after every speech,  interactive panel discussions, an interview session and the use of our popular electronic voting system throughout the day.

With excellent networking opportunities throughout the day and a chance to ask our loss prevention experts your burning questions during our interactive sessions, can you afford not to attend this crucial event?
To find out how to get involved as a Delegate, Sponsor, Networking Partner or Speaker, click here for more information.

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