Matthew Brown to talk improving businesses to GCA conference delegates

by | Jan 16, 2019 | Associations, Community, News | 0 comments

Matthew Brown
Retail futurist Matthew Brown joins the line-up of speakers at GCA annual conference.
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Matthew will be providing best practice and creative insights to delegates. This is to help them improve their businesses during his talk at Luton Hoo Hotel, Luton, on Monday, January 21.
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Iain Wylie, Chief Exec, explained: ?Our line-up of guest speakers is now complete. We?re thrilled to have Matthew taking to our stage to share his knowledge with our attendees.
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?Matthew Brown is the owner of Echochamber, a London-based creative retail intelligence agency.
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“The company travels the world tracking retail innovation and evolving consumer trends. Its clients include Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Nike.
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?The agency provides best practice and creative insight to clients across retail sectors.
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“This helps benchmark best practice and improve their businesses. They harness evolving global consumer and retail trends.
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?As garden centres rely on retail, this will be a particularly interesting talk for our conference attendees.
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“They will be able to take everything they learn from Matthew and incorporate it into their own garden centres.?
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The GCA?s 2019 conference is at Luton Hoo Hotel from January 20 until 23. Book tickets via www.gca.org.uk.

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