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Retail zone launches at Marketing Week Live 2013


Marketing Week Live is one of the UK’s premier marketing events, with 13,396 marketing decision makers attending in 2012. Taking place in Grand Hall, Olympia from 26-27 June 2013, visitors can learn from the best at a programme of free educational sessions, bringing together thought-leaders and influencers to deliver insight and expertise from global brands.


Comprising eight key zones, the event covers every aspect of multi-channel marketing, and new for 2013 is the Retail zone, supported by POPAI. Here, marketers and brand managers can experience thousands of new, inspirational and cost-effective solutions, displays and technologies including point of purchase, retail display, digital media and retail design. The new ‘Innovation Station’ will see industry leaders hosting a round table arena of workshops addressing the retail market’s hot topics – social media application, multi-channel marketing, understanding consumer behaviour and how to effectively integrate mobile into


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your marketing campaign. A full conference programme will address trends and issues facing the industry, with sessions demonstrating practical ideas and solutions to increase sales in-store and create retail theatre through inspiring case studies. Retail will help marketers increase dwell time, create product stand out and convert browsers to buyers.


Plus, the industry’s leading suppliers will be on hand so marketers can pick up the latest knowledge, techniques and solutions to become a smarter marketer, gain a competitive advantage, generate better ROI and enhance personal career development. Whatever your marketing challenges, Marketing Week Live has the answer.


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For full information and to register, visit www.marketingweeklive.co.uk For information on exhibiting, contact David Mallett on +44 (0) 20 7970 4471 / david.mallett@centaur.co.uk


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