K3 gets ready to support businesses for Olympic 2012

K3 Retail, provider of retail solutions based on Microsoft technology, is the title sponsor for 'Olympic 2012` Opportunities for Retailers which takes place on 17 March at the London Marriott, Mayfair.

With 9million people set to hit the Olympic Village in 2012, retailing has been identified as a major opportunity for UK businesses and K3 Retail will be showing visitors to the event how its solutions help retailers manage customer relationships effectively.

Visitors will also see how they can improve the efficiency of the supply chain, with proven best practice B2C and B2B processes for managing suppliers, warehousing and delivery, critical as retailers will see big surges in store and on line traffic.

This one-day high level conference will offer insight and guidance from the key players and organisations who are behind the planning and execution of the Olympics.

Tony Bryant, Business Development Manager at K3 Retail, will be presenting, Will 2012 be the first Multi Channel Games? and will be present new ideas about ways in which retailers can leverage their multi channel investment to win a slice of the tremendous sales opportunity 2012 presents.  Bryant explained, We need to help retailers understand how we can exploit new technologies to their advantage, before, during and after the games. We want to demonstrate how companies should look to smooth the supply chain in readiness for the exciting challenges that the Olympics will bring to the UK retail industry.

Paul Bessant, Event Organiser, said, With less than 1,000 days to go businesses need to be aware of the road closures and public transport disruption that will be caused in the run up to, and during, the Olympics, the sales patterns, the supply chain challenges and the massive opportunities.  

For more information on the event and to book please visit http://www.retail-knowledge.com/2012Olympic/index.html or come and visit us at the event to find out how K3 Retail can support your multi-channel strategy.

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