Another huge success in 2014!
The latest edition of Europe’s biggest and fastest growing retail solutions show – RBTE 2014 – recently took place in London’s Earls Court to exceptional acclaim from visitor and exhibitors alike and achieved a significant increase in attendance: 8,642 - an increase of over 20%. The consensus was that the conference and workshop programme was the best ever with all sessions playing to packed theatres.
The two new features, The Innovation Theatre (sponsored by Epson) and the eCommerce Bootcamps, were big hits and will return to RBTE 2015. The reformulated Retailer Payments Theatre although popular in previous years took a big leap forward with an reinvigorated retailer oriented programme. The Loyalty Roundtable under the chairmanship of Essential Retail’s editor Ben Sillitoe was another highlight. The Champagne Bar sponsored by Dell and the Wifi and Networking Lounge sponsored by Paypal were constantly full of business meetings and networking activity.
RBTE has again raised the bar in running a world beating industry event totally in tune its market. But the 2015 event will be even more special as, in addition to a larger RBTE taking place at its new venue – Olympia London – it will be co-located with our exciting new launch – RETAIL DESIGN EXPO. Our offering will then match the most significant development in retail being the convergence of offline and online by featuring every aspect of store design, visual merchandising and branding as well as all the technological solutions that underpin and enable retail success in one place at one time under one roof. Don’t miss it!
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