Retail Business Technology Expo announces retailer speakers in its free conference programme

Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE) has announced the line-up for its free conference programme at its March event, with leading retailers set to share the stage with retail industry thought leaders.

Visitors to RBTE will be treated to a packed and varied programme, covering a broad range of topics from, 'What do boards want from their CIO's' to  'the Expectations of the Digital Consumer'.  As well as leading retailers including AT&T, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Sonae Continente and Tesco sharing insights into their business, the RBTE conference programme will contain original research, insights and analysis from industry experts including IMRG, IDC, Martec, Retail Systems Research and Planet Retail.

The interactive presentations will also include panel discussions; BT will be hosting a panel of retail experts, who will discuss how retailers can squeeze more value out of their supply chains in 'BT for Retail – Connecting Retail to a Better Future', while Global Retail Forum's members will be debating how to transform your IT department profile in response to business needs of the future, while NFC will be in the spotlight in the GSMA session.

This is only a small selection of the education programme at RBTE, with more details to follow on the Cards & Payments Theatre (which is run in association with Vendorcom), the Pecha Kucha bite sized seminars and the retail workshops to follow!

Nick Field, Event Director, Retail Business Technology Expo, "Visitors to RBTE will get the ideas to boost sales, reduce costs, improve margins and enhance customer engagement.  In addition to the 250 exhibitors that can help our attendees, there is also our core conference programme which will help to achieve these goals - and it's FREE to attend!"

Retail Business Technology Expo 12-13 March 2013 at London's Earls Court, South Hall.  Follow http://www.retailbusinesstechnologyexpo.com to register today for your free fast track badge.

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