2nd November | 09:00 - 11:15
Shangri-La at the Shard,
Connected Everything: Revolutionising Retail and High Street Banks
Imagine a business organised around agility, flexibility and adaptability, where products, services and experiences are personalised, realised in real time and responsive to the ever-changing needs of consumers and colleagues.
You are invited to join senior leaders from retail and high street banks at this Executive Breakfast Briefing where we will discuss & share the vision and realities of a 'connected everything' experience for customers and businesses.
🎫 WHY ATTEND THIS EXECUTIVE SESSION?
This executive session will provide you with a unique opportunity to unite with your industry peers to discover how you can provide a seamless, streamlined shopping experience.
The digital transformation experts leading the event will demonstrate how an enhanced level of connectivity can transform the relationship between the front (CX), middle (store, digital commerce) and back (supply chain & logistics) of a retail business and provide new ways for you to remove cost and complexity whilst improving the customer and colleague experience.
👥WHO CAN ATTEND?
This Executive Breakfast Briefing has been designed for 15 senior leaders from the retail and finance industry only.
Previous event attendees include innovators from: Post Office, M&S, Dixons Carphone, John Lewis, Waitrose and more.
Please note all registrations are subject to approval. Book early to avoid disappointment.
👨🏽🏫 WHAT WILL BE DISCUSSED?
- See the latest digital innovations for enterprise-class customer experience solutions
- Hear how retailers and retail banking organisations are creating competitive advantage through connecting everything
- Explore how a business where everything is connected can provide the best possible customer experience, from suppliers and supply chain to stores and digital commerce.
- Understand how a business where internal frictions, silos and operating models are can be replaced by effortless movement of data, products and people, sometimes predictively, sometimes reactively.