Connect with the Greatest Names and Biggest Thinkers in Retailing Today
Each spring, the Global Retailing Conference draws some of the biggest names in retailing to Tucson, Arizona — names like Tory Burch, Tommy Hilfiger, Tony Hsieh, Vera Wang and more — to talk innovation, challenges and bold new ideas in retailing. This industry is being transformed at lightning speed, and the Global Retailing Conference presents the most sought out and innovative retailers shaping the industry today. Connect face-to-face with these cultural icons who share their amazing insights on trends, innovation and strategies to capture and hold on to customers and market share. For aspiring businesses, service providers and retailing professionals, this event offers an unequaled opportunity to connect with retailing giants and visionaries. At the same time, attendees get the inside scoop on the latest academic research plus industry leaders' thoughts on what's next and why it matters.
If you're engaged in retail today in any role, if you're building a consumer-oriented business or if you offer professional services to the retailing industry, you owe it to yourself and your organization to be a part of the Global Retailing Conference.
Speakers and Sponsorships
Raise your company profile and brand visibility. To learn more about being a speaker or supporting sponsor at the 2016 Global Retailing Conference, contact Kimberley Brooke at the Terry Lundgren Center for Retailing: email@example.com
2017 Global Retailing Conference Registration and Information
The Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing puts together what's become one of the most thought provoking, smart, future-focused and engaging events on retailing trends and strategies. Whether you're an independent retailers, business executive, CEO, marketer, HR executive or a future retail leader, this conference brings together the most innovative business leaders who share best practices that attendees can apply to their own businesses. The conference focuses on new ways business are engaging and communicating with their customers.