Xcelerate 2016 Highlights

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Xcelerate Retail Forum Las Vegas

Register for all 3 days of Xcelerate for $995 Register

Fighting Back: Retail strategies and solutions for winning in an Amazon world

5 great reasons

to attend Xcelerate Las Vegas

1

Hear how Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods not only disrupts the grocery industry, but the entire consumer purchase lifecycle, impacting all processes from marketing and merchandising to supply chain and store operations.

2

Listen to retail and CPG industry experts as they discuss the need to adopt the mindset of a technology company and how disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence can make this a reality.

3

Learn how organizations have innovated and adapted using customer-centric approaches to grow their market share and deliver convenience, choice and value to the end customer.

4

See and test-drive some of the latest innovations, including virtual reality and artificial intelligence, that are helping leading retailers and CPG companies better meet the needs of tomorrow’s customer.

5

Viva Las Vegas! Network and socialize with industry peers and Symphony Retail Solutions executives at the gala evening event, featuring a throw-back to the Rat Pack era and the glamour of old Las Vegas.

Meet the Speakers

Xcelerate Las Vegas features some of the foremost experts and innovators in the retail industry

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Amy Hahn, SVP Marketing, Ahold USA

Amy Hahn

SVP Marketing,
Ahold USA

John Lucot, Giant Eagle

John Lucot

Former President and COO
Giant Eagle

Michael Quinn, The Kellogg Company

Michael Quinn

Senior Director, Category Management,
The Kellogg Company

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Experience the Innovation Zone

Test-drive some of the latest innovations, including virtual reality and artificial intelligence, that are helping leading retailers and CPG companies better meet the needs of tomorrow’s customer in the Xcelerate Innovation Zone.

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