2011 Retail Executive Summit

20-22 Jun 2011 at Grand del Mar, San Diego, USA

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RIS is proud to host the 2011 Retail Executive Summit, the 10th annual senior-level, invitation-only event that broke the mold for the retail industry. For 2011 RES continues its innovative interactive workshop and meeting format centered on the theme - Synchronizing the Enterprise for Agile Growth.

Set in the magnificent Grand Del Mar, in Del Mar, California, RES will engage about 100 high-level retailers with thought-provoking keynote sessions and a series of concurrent workshops that produce critical takeaways attendees will bring back to their organizations. RES also features a carefully assembled agenda that balances insightful sessions with intimate networking opportunities where retailers enjoy an ideal environment for sharing ideas and experiences with their peers.

Aimed at executives who drive the primary decisions within their organizations, RES will focus on the following key themes to provide attendees with critical industry insight:
Synchronizing the Enterprise for Agile Growth
Industry Trends Impacting Retail
Economic Drivers and Their Impact on New Marketing Strategies
Synchronizing with Wall Street
Synchronizing Business Objectives across the Enterprise
Global Growth Strategies
Four Steps to Mobile Integration
Leadership Strategies to Drive Growth
Synchronizing the Consumer Experience
Retail Executives from leading organizations such as Charlotte Russe, Giorgio Armani, Hot Topic, Macy's, Pepsi, Restoration Hardware, Sears, Safeway, and Winn-Dixie sharing insight and strategies in 2009. Don't miss The 10th Annual Retail Executive Summit in 2011.

Who Should Attend?
VP/SVP/Director of Merchandising
VP/SVP/Director of Marketing
VP/SVP/Director of eCommerce
MIS, IS, IT Technology, CRM

From: June 20, 2011 00:00
To: June 22, 2011 23:59

Grand del Mar, 5200 Grand Del Mar Way, 92130-4900, San Diego, USA


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