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Nominate Your 'Ask The Audience' Questions And Win A Ticket To The Checkout Conference

Published on Jan 14 2014 7:19 AM in Uncategorised

Nominate Your 'Ask The Audience' Questions And Win A Ticket To The Checkout Conference

Checkout is calling on its readers to nominate questions for the 'ask the audience' segment of the forthcoming Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, with a chance to win a ticket to the annual event, which takes place on 28 January.

For those of you familiar with the event, over the course of the day, questions are posed to the audience via a dedicated interactive voting system, offering all delegates the chance to offer their opinions on the most pertinent issues affecting the trade.

These might range from major talking points such as consumer spending patterns or the performance of the government, to specific issues affecting the industry, such as new product development or the rise of own-brand.

How To Enter

If you have a question you would like put to the floor, simply send it, along with your job title, name and address to [email protected], with Conference Competition in the subject bar before close of business on Friday 17th January.

The best questions will go on to be asked on the day, with two lucky entrants receiving a ticket for the event itself. Terms and conditions apply, and the editor's decision is final.

Further Details

For details on the Checkout Conference lineup, ticket details and to view a timetable for the event, click here.

To reserve your place at the 2014 Checkout Conference, in association with Rabobank, contact Colette O’Brien at 01 230 0322 or email [email protected] Tickets are priced at €325 + VAT (€399.75), inclusive of lunch. Discounts available for multiple bookings.

Alternatively, you can purchase tickets for the Checkout Conference 2014 directly through Eventbrite, our trusted ticket sales partner, by clicking here.

© 2013 - Checkout Magazine by Stephen Wynne-Jones

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