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Where is multi-channel retailing headed in the next 2 years?

Russell Harte,former Head of Business Development – Multichannel at Boots.com will be sharing his extensive knowledge at the Retail Bulletin’s 3rd Multichannel Summit 2012.

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Where is multi-channel retailing headed in the next 2 years?

Russell Harte,former Head of Business Development – Multichannel at Boots.com will be sharing his extensive knowledge at the Retail Bulletin’s 3rd Multichannel Summit 2012.

Russell will be joining Hayley Meenan-Wilkin,Head of Web Operations - Tesco.com, Giles Delafeld, Group E-Commerce Director - Alexon Group plc and Martin Wilkinson, Retail Director - Adnams Plc for  an interactive Panel Discussion and Q&A session at the event.

This  panel discussion will allow delegates  to ask some of the UK’s leading retailers and solution providers for their views on where multi-channel is headed in the next 2 years to assist retailers to develop forward thinking multi-channel strategies and review the conclusions from the day.
The Retail Bulletin’s 3rd Multichannel Summit 2012 takes place in London on February 1st 2012.
Entitled ‘Driving ROI through profitable, engaging, seamlessly integrated and consistent multichannel strategies’, the programme is designed to generate real ideas so the retailers can make the most of the huge opportunities that are emerging through multichannel retailing.

Russell commented, “ I am delighted to be attending the Summit and sharing my thoughts. In the last 5 years many of us have been involved in building great and well known ecommerce businesses and have focused mainly on playing catch up in implementing the technology to deliver a better customer experience and a robust business.
More recently, it feels as if consumers and technology are moving faster than we sometimes can keep up with but I am convinced that among the presentations at the Retail Bulletin Multichannel Summit we will hear some great ideas that everyone will have to follow - I love the thought of hearing it first hand and being part of the conversation that triggers new concepts.

The event was sold out this year so don’t miss out– register now and make a diary note to join your peers on February 1st 2012. Click here for full details.

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