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Strategic market research company Euromonitor International will be running its first exclusive breakfast briefing in Poland – FMCG and Retailing: responding to digital consumer’s needs, dedicated to the top level executives from FMCG companies, financial sector, consultancies, governmental and trade organisations. The event is organised in cooperation with the major Polish business media outlets “Rzeczpospolita” and “Wiadomosci Handlowe”.
The breakfast briefing will consist of two key presentations with Q&A and networking session in-between.
During the first part of the event, Jurgita Biceika, the Head of Sales and Marketing Department at Euromonitor International, will be speaking on economic perspectives for Poland and globally, discussing most vital issues and challenges related to modern consumer profile and his changing needs in the context of recent technological developments.
The second presentation by Euromonitor International’s Research Manager Vitalij Vladykin will be discussing how modern consumer and his purchasing habits influence the developments within various industries, including retailing, packaged food, foodservice, traveling, finance and other. Vitalij will be also describing how internet retailing drive changes within the traditional retailing sector, as well as presenting the latest trends on mobile purchases, marketplaces, omnichannel and cross-border commerce, highlighting nascent opportunities within different industries.
“The decision to organise this first exclusive, free of charge event in Poland was driven by increasing demand from our partners and clients who are willing to learn more about rapidly changing modern consumer preferences and habits, which ultimately effects their own businesses. Being a strategic market intelligence company we are willing to share knowledge and educate our partners on how to turn these challenges related to technological developments into opportunities. Moreover, networking is another important part of our events so we expect the participants of our breakfast briefing will enjoy both the presentations and discussions with new potential partners afterwards”, – says Jurgita Biceika.
Euromonitor International’s breakfast briefing will be held on the 29th of September, 2016 at the hotel InterContinental Warsaw. Registration and more information: http://go.euromonitor.com/poland-breakfast.html