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August 15, 2012

ICSC Retail Real Estate World Summit: The Globalization of Retail

ICSC Retail Real Estate World SummitEvent Date: 11-14 September 2012
Location: Shanghai International Convention Center, Shanghai China
About the Conference: The World Summit promises to inspire and challenge attendees, addressing topics such as: Socio Economic Wave, Plateauing of New Development, Retailers Going Global, Capital Flows, Collapse of Employment, and more. The Summit will be the most talked about industry event so don't miss this unique opportunity.

Euromonitor's Presentation
Date: Wednesday 12th September 2012
Time: 11.30-12.00 noon
Title: Reinventing Retail and the future of shopping

Daniel Latev, Head of Global Retailing will discuss how over the next ten years, retail will be characterized by the adoption and evolution of technology as part of the 21st Century shopping experience. Hear insights and best practices on what will save our stores, the integration of digital technologies, and showcasing the qualities that only a physical shopping experience can provide.

 


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