Luke-Nicholls-300x300The pace of change in retail is relentless. From managing global supply chains and creating compelling customer experience in-store, to on-demand logistics and post-sale customer service, every aspect of the retail value chain is undergoing seismic shifts. How can such a dynamic sector maximise the opportunities presented by changing relationships, new models and the latest thinking to drive sustainability forward?

Whether it’s managing responsible sourcing, reducing operational footprint or forging deeper relationships with customers to drive shifts in behaviour, retail holds the keys to unlock transformational societal change, both in-store and beyond.

The second edie Responsible Retail Conference will equip retailers, sustainability professionals and key stakeholders with the information and tools they need to accelerate the transition to more sustainable business practices, reduce long-term costs, improve brand reputation and increase profit margins.

This one-day conference will include an array of expert presentations and examples, interactive discussions and networking sessions – all focused on engaging and inspiring a sector that will be vital in delivering a low-carbon, zero-waste world.

Luke Nicholls
Editor, edie




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