Alan Roper features on Cultivating Retail programme in November

by | Aug 6, 2018 | Associations, Community, News | 0 comments

Managing Director of the newly expanded Blue Diamond Group, will be taking a sport on the programme for Cultivating Retail.
The HTA and GIMA will host the event.
It will be taking place at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham.
The date for your diary is Tuesday 13 November 2018.

Alan Roper

Cultivating Retail
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Alan will be sharing his thoughts on innovative retail.
With the company motto of ‘style, emotion and innovation for the home and garden’, Alan will use examples from his experience.
No doubt he will be talking further about the recent wyevale purchases that the group has made.
Alongside Alan, Cathy Newman, Channel 4 news presenter, will be hosting the programme.
Also, Ken Hughes, consumer and shopping expert will be asking ?Is your supply chain millennial ready??
The programme features two panel sessions. The first one focusing on the issue of plastics in horticulture, with the other on the supply chain. A host of industry representatives will have their say.
There will also be an opportunity for attendees to join in with the sessions and with networking.

Cultivating retail packed with ‘compelling content’

The programme promises to be compelling, with interesting and informative sessions.
Ascential Events, Corby and Fella?s, Dura-ID, Evergreen Garden Care, MorePeople, Stihl, Smart Garden Products and Swan Retail will be sponsoring the event.
In fact, the event represents great value with the HTA and GIMA member rate only ?295 + VAT.

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