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2013 Cross-Channel Retail Executive Summit
 
For the past seven years, RIS News has been leading the industry push to broad based integration of channels with the Cross-Channel Retail Executive Summit (CCRES). With a 100% focus on providing senior- level retail executives with content to understand the processes and technologies needed for cross-channel effectiveness, CCRES is the only event that provides this perspective in an intimate environment optimal for learning and networking.

By attending, you will learn today’s best strategies by hearing and networking with those who have experienced real-world success. RIS News builds strong case study presentations that enable attendees to adopt and learn from them. Many of the strategies discussed can be incorporated into your own organization upon return from conference!

Learn From Key Industry Leaders, Including:

  Opening Keynote Speaker:
Karen Etzkorn,
Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer,
HSNi
    Closing Keynote Speaker:
Edward M. Schmults,
Chief Executive Officer,
Wild Things, LLC
    Aashish Chandra,
DVP, Sears Holding Corporation
GM, MetaScale

 
James Connell,
Vice President, E-Commerce & Marketing,
Roots Canada, Ltd.
 
 
Kevin Moffitt,
Vice President, E-Commerce,
Office Depot
 
 
Nadia Shouraboura,
Founder & CEO,
Hointer




Why Attend?
Attend and learn the business and IT processes that will help you achieve a seamless cross-channel experience, by learning:
  • The tactics necessary to ensure inventory visibility across channels.
  • The mobile applications that will provide the most immediate return on investment and customer satisfaction.
  • How to mine social media data to gain perspective knowledge into consumer behavior that can drive decisions across the enterprise.


2012 CCRES Attendees Agree:
  • 100% brought back specific ideas to improve their and their team's job performance.
  • 100% made contacts that they did not know prior to the event.
  • 92% heard interesting information about the industry that they did not know before.
  • 92% come for the networking opportunities.
Source: 2012 Cross Channel Retail Executive Summit Post-Event Attendee Survey.