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The Turning Point Live! Conference returns!


Who’s involved? The itinerary for the morning so far includes…


• Nick Simon, Client Insight Director, Consumer Electronics at GfK, who will review the performance of the market covering TV, audio, smart tech and home appliances.


• Daniel Todaro, MD of Gekko Field Marketing, will be speaking about the coming year’s trends for retail and the importance of experiential events and engagement.


Join industry peers at The Grand Connaught Rooms in London’s Covent Garden on the morning of Monday 6 December.


ERT’s Turning Point campaign is aimed at revitalising the traditional independent electrical retailer. At the Turning Point Live! Conference 2021, hosted by ERT Editor, Jack Cheeseman, you will hear from industry experts about future prospects, while retailers will share their advice and best practice about changes to help encourage future growth.


• Electrical retailers Darrin Christan, Director of Coopers Stores, and Ben Gilks, MD of NE Appliances, will talk about the big changes they made during the pandemic to future-proof their businesses.


• Graham Soult, high street champion from retail consultancy CannyInsights.com, will share his thoughts on current high street trends and practical steps for retailers to stand out and thrive in competitive markets.


Following the Turning Point Live! Conference will be the ERT Awards welcome drinks reception. Don’t miss out on this jam-packed industry event, book your tickets now: ertawards.co.uk/book-tickets


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