Discussion Panel Added To Checkout Conference Lineup
Published on Nov 25 2013 5:14 PM in Retail
Marcel Martin, Managing Director Ireland, Coca-Cola Hellenic, Deirdre O'Donoghue, Country Business Manager, Nestlé Ireland, and David Brown, Worldwide President Consumer Branding, The Brand Union, will take part in an industry discussion panel, entitled 'What Next For Brands?' at the Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank.
Discussion topics will include the importance of innovation and new product development, how leading brands have been able to offset the continued growth of private label, managing the quality vs price ratio, and where the opportunities lie for brand development in a saturated marketplace.
The discussion panel is the latest addition to the Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, which takes place at the Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin, on 28 January 2014.
The theme of the Conference is 'Aftershock: The Retail Brand Challenge'.
Speakers already confirmed include Bruce Langlands, Director of Foods, Harrods; Anna Malmhake, Chairman and Chief Executive, Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard; Ken Murphy, Managing Director, International & Brands, Health and Beauty Division, Boots UK & Ireland; Francois Sonneville, Senior Beverage Analyst, Rabobank International and Jean Jacques Vandenheede, Senior Retail Analyst, Nielsen Europe.
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