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A one-day summit with the city’s most forward-thinking retailers.
Join us to discuss experiential retail solutions that will optimize your shoppers’ experience.
RetailNext Beyond is coming to New York City! Join store operations managers, sales associates, retail marketers, and other retail professionals as we discuss optimizing the shopper experience. Learn how you can empower retailers at every level of the enterprise by going beyond.
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Learn the top trends impacting retail.
How data and analytics can improve the shopping experience.
Best practices for retail and the use of data.
Kiana-Maria Martinez is the General Manager of the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams showroom in SOHO with over twenty-four (24) years of experience in Retail Sales, including Apparel, Handbags, Fine Jewelry, Home Furnishings, and Interior Design. Her retail career began in 1995 with Gap Inc., as she studied Fiction and Poetry Writing at The New…Read More
Jose Ayala is the principal consultant of his namesake Brandayala Consulting company, partnering with luxury retail businesses to grow their brands across the omni-channel retail space. With over 15 years working in merchandising and business development roles for both multimillion dollar and startup fashion, luxury, and jewelry brands, Jose knows the true value of creating…Read More
Yossi is the VP of Digital Product at Showfields and a veteran entrepreneur (Mobli, Oliver). Yossi holds a BSc in computer science from Tel-Aviv Academic College. Lifelong moto : “Fall in love in the problem, not the solution!”Read More
Charlie Adams is the Vice President, Strategic Analysis and Ventures for Washington Prime Group. He is responsible for the identification, evaluation and operations of the organization’s Ventures investments. He also oversees capital markets activities and leads the Financial, Analytical, Strategic and Transactional (FAST) team which provides research, analytics and strategic planning for Washington Prime. Previously,…Read More
Brent is the Managing Director, Head of Retail for UNTUCKit. He has been with the company for over two years now. Previously, Brent spent 10 years with Bloomingdales first overseeing their Outlet Division and then becoming the Director of Operations for the Chicago Trade Area. Brent has also been a General Manager for Home Depot…Read More
Jonna Kim is currently an Equity Research Associate at Cowen and Company focusing on the Luxury and Retail sector. Prior to joining Cowen and Company, she was an Investor Relations Associate at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Ms. Kim received a BA in Political Science from Barnard College, Columbia University and a Master’s degree from Columbia…Read More
Megan Berry is the Founder and CEO of by REVEAL: a turnkey retail platform allowing brands to appear anywhere in under an hour to collect analytics, capture data, and generate sales. The company began as Berry’s thesis project at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and has since garnered industry leading clients including Intel, Accenture, UNTUCKit,…Read More
One of Brian’s current roles is as a Partner at The Lead; whose mission is to bridge the fashion & retail industry with the global silicon valley. Through their research, quarterly publication and executive events, they bring together iconic brands and retailers, rising digital natives, venture-backed start-ups, investors and the fashion-retail-commerce business influencer community (press, academics, deal makers).Read More
Rebecca Fitts is a Real Estate Manager at Warby Parker and a retail consultant focusing on non-traditional retail real estate strategies, brick and mortar customer experience and omni-channel solutions in the physical space. She’s specializes in pop-up shops, shorter term leases (1,3,5 and 7 years), commuter hubs, airports, retail as a service, co-working spaces and…Read More
Retail expert Shelley E. Kohan is a highly accomplished and driven senior retail executive and consultant with more than 25 years of success in the retail industry. She has worked throughout the industry and across many functions including general management, marketing, operations, merchandising, buying, and human resources. Currently, Shelley works with various small to mid-size…Read More
Cheryl Grimm has been with Housing Works Thrift Shops for over 6 years and has held her current title since November 2015. As the V.P. Thrift Retail, Cheryl sets the direction and strategy of the thrifts and ensures that all activities are aligned to meet the revenue and profit goals of the Thrift Shops and…Read More
Angela utilizes 20 years of experience in retail to act as a liaison between field teams and the corporate office. Angela started her career in retail as a store employee while earning a BBA and an MBA. This experience working in stores helped her learn the value of providing store teams with the right tools…Read More
Rachelle Benson’s retail career kicked off as a service lead at Burberry’s Santana Row (San Jose, California) location. This experience prepared her to gain momentum in the retail marketplace and build her managerial skills. After spending 15 years in five different locations with the global luxury brand, Rachelle’s proven abilities to drive store performance through…Read More
Lauren Bitar began her retail career as an assistant buyer in the executive training program at Macy’s. Her experience in merchandising and planning mixed with management consulting and store operations further fueled her retail passion. Lauren received her MBA from Wharton in 2012 and returned to her hometown of Miami to work for Eberjey. Where…Read More
Since joining RetailNext in 2009, Bridget has played a critical role in creating, managing, and expanding RetailNext’s position as the market leader in analytics for the physical store. Under her leadership and guidance, RetailNext has realized triple digit sales growth year after year and now represent a customer base of over 400 retailers. Bridget has…Read More
Bil has been activating brands at retail for more than 13 years having started in Media, & Partnerships for Global REIT, Westfield where he launched campaigns with Proctor & Gamble, Kimberly Clark, SC Johnson, TRESemme, Nintendo, Playstation, Hershey, Microsoft, AT&T, Samsung, and many others. More recently he led consumer marketing, media, and partnerships for PREIT,…Read More
As a driver or change and innovation at CBL Properties, Jim has a successful track record in management, digital strategies, business development, customer experience, and technology. Recently, he has worked as CBL’s Vice President of Business Development, Marketing & Digital Strategies. In early 2018 he was named CBL’s Vice President of Innovation & New Business…Read More
Jack received his education from New York University and continued education from Harvard Business School Executive Education. He is currently a board member of the Third Avenue Business Improvement District. Shamosh has been the CEO of Kid City/Youngland Corporation for over 10 years. Kid City is a chain of discount retailing of children’s apparel by…Read More
Mark Ghermezian is a seasoned entrepreneur and pioneer of retail technology and innovation. He has been instrumental in creating and instituting an entirely new category of CRM technology for marketers. Prior to Fourpost, he co-founded customer engagement platform Braze (formerly Appboy), which became one of the largest global technology players for marketers under his 10…Read More
Lee Greene is the Vice President of Partnerships for GRIN, the leading software suite for brands to optimize and scale influencer marketing in-house. Lee is responsible for leading enterprise sales and strategic partnerships within the fashion, beauty, and retail industries for GRIN. Previously, Lee founded WearAway, a venture-backed online marketplace for influencers to borrow designer…Read More
We look forward to sharing inspiring retail stories with you and your team. Retailers and retail experts will be speaking on a range of topics from store operations to sales associate empowerment. Stick around after the presentations for networking and cocktails on us.
Join Retail Directors as they discuss how stores are using data and analytics to drive performance. Topics to be discussed are: real time data access, staff planning, labor and task allocation, etc.
Everything from merchandising to in-store traffic.
It’s clear that physical retail isn’t dying, but it is changing in fascinating ways. The fastest growing segment of retail are the digital natives opening stores. Join the conversation around the experience of opening stores, how retailers leverage what they know about shoppers, and how they are thinking about the physical store evolution.
Influencers and their impact on legacy retail and emerging brands. A presentation discussing influencer trends, paid influencers, user generated content, and using store associates to enhance your brand.
What does that really mean?
With the myriad of options in today’s retail technology landscape, it’s hard to understand what will drive ROI and what will simply be a “cool” feature. This session will focus on what technology is driving results and what the most promising technologies for today, and tomorrow are.
The understanding of the full shopper journey in-store has helped hundreds of RetailNext’s customers better understand what’s happening in their physical stores. This presentation will focus on why the customer chose to deploy full path analytics, how the project was structured, what were the outcomes and how is this data being used to drive performance beyond the basic KPI’s.
One of the coolest trends in today’s retail is retail with a purpose – streamlined supply chains, more focus on environmentally sustainable production, retail concepts that focus on selling gently used products, etc. This conversation will focus on how retailers are bridging the gap between profitable business models and conscious consumerism.
It’s no longer a question of e-commerce or physical stores. There are a multitude of new formats being developed to help companies and brands acquire new customers. This discussion will explore these formats, what’s working and what needs work, and how these activations are helping brands drive customer acquisition.