The Retail Loss Prevention Summit 2009 - Free to attend for retailers
The conference will offer a mix of sessions including keynotes, case studies, interactive panel discussions and Q & A sessions as well as an interactive workshops. The event will enable delegates to benchmark their retail loss prevention strategies and share ideas to enable increased profits through minimising losses from customers and staff both in store and online.
The Summit, organised by The Retail Bulletin and sponsored by retail technology specialist Torex, has been developed to help retailers reduce the £3.8bn that they lose to theft or spend on security every year. The event will explore some of the issues surrounding technology, staff and collaboration that are essential to successful loss prevention strategies.
'Those companies which are not investing in long term planning and technology to fight losses are at risk of finding a major dent in their bottom lines,' says The Retail Bulletin editor Matthew Valentine. 'It is especially important now, amid the most challenging economic climate for many years, to have a clear loss prevention policy and the best tactics available if retailers want to maintain their margins.'
The Retail Loss Prevention Summit will investigate how theft by both customers and staff, in-store and online, can be detected and prevented. IT solutions and stocktaking systems will be analysed, as will effective use of the available law.
The Venue, Reigate Hill Golf Club and Conference Centre, is conveniently located just three minutes from junction 8 of the M25 with local railway stations just 25 minutes from London Victoria. Set in acres of mature parkland this is the perfect setting for a relaxed yet inspiring summit. With 'room to breathe', delegates will have an enjoyable and informative day.
The Summit is free to attend for retailers and full details can be found HERE.
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