Just Two Weeks To Go Until Checkout Conference 2015!
Published on Jan 5 2015 5:25 PM in Retail
Retail entrepreneur and star of RTE’s Dragon’s Den, Eamonn Quinn, has been added to the lineup for the 2015 Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, which takes place on Tuesday 27 January 2015 at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin (formerly the Four Seasons Hotel).
In his presentation, ‘Investment In The Future’, Quinn will examine why the time is right to invest in the food retail sector, and for businesses to take charge and ‘own’ their respective categories.
Commenting, Quinn said, “The Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, offers an opportunity to hear how the leaders in the grocery business are planning their future. 2015 is definitely a year for action. As the economy shows real signs of life there are real opportunities to grow this year.
“Food has never been more relevant - what insights can you develop this year that will make your business relevant and win your customers’ hearts and minds?”
Quinn joins an already impressive lineup of speakers at the annual event, including Leo Crawford, Group Chief Executive, BWG Group, John David Roeg, Senior Analyst on Consumer Foods, Rabobank International, David Cotter, Country Manager, P&G Ireland, Robert Gregory, Global Research Director, Planet Retail, Mike Watkins, Head of Retailer and Business Insight, Nielsen, 12pm – Nick Lansley, Head of Open Innovation, Tesco Labs, and award-winning global branding expert Mike Hemingway.
In addition, a discussion panel, ‘What Next For Brands?’ will feature discussion on the ‘nuts and bolts’ of successful brand development.
Tickets for the 2015 Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, are priced at €325 + VAT (€399.75), including lunch. Discounts available for multiple bookings. For more information, or to book tickets contact Colette O’Brien at 01 2365 823 or email [email protected]
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