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2016 RETAILING SUMMIT

CREATING A CUSTOMER-CENTRIC WORLD

Hosted by the Center for Retailing Studies at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School, the Retailing Summit gathers retailers worldwide for a day and a half to address broad but timely topics, while outlining practical solutions for business success, engaging with customers and employees, understanding changing trends, marketing strategy, financial planning and much more.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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Stu Crum

President

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Melissa Phillips

CEO

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Janet Sherlock

CIO

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Eran Cohen

EVP, Customer Experience

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Kevin Lavelle

Founder & CEO

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Annie Thorp

CMO

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Tony Sheppard

National Manager, Organized Retail Crime

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Matt O’Neil

VP, Brand & Media

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Over 63% of attendees are traditional retailers and include CEOs; Chief Merchandise, Marketing and Finance Officers; Vice Presidents of Store Operations, Business Development, Employee Engagement, Supply Chain, and IT; and, rising company stars.

WHY ATTEND

The Retailing Summit provides a unique learning environment for retail executives to share information, new perspectives, insights, future predictions about upcoming trends and big picture retailing concepts, and is accompanied with unmatched intimate networking opportunities.

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The Center for Retailing Studies (CRS) at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School was created in 1983 to meet the demand for highly-educated innovators in the fast-paced world of retail. Since its founding, the Center has become a renowned source of industry knowledge and relevant research that improves business practices. It is also known as one of the nation’s largest and best academic pipelines for developing business leaders for the retail sector skilled in theory, experienced in practice, and ethical in values.