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ET Edge brings Trends Summit in Retail 2015 to Mumbai

By VJ Media Bureau | Vjmedia Works | June 23, 2015

The key speakers at the event will touch upon topics such as megatrends that are shaping the future of shopping, creating and sustaining borderless retail experience, balancing technology and human involvement to fast track the buying experience along with the future customer experience and multi-channel and e-commerce revolution via panel discussions and special sessions.

ET Edge, an Economic Times initiative, announced that it will host ET Trends in Retail Summit on June 25, 2015 at Hyatt Regency, Mumbai. The opening keynote for the Trends Summit will be delivered by J.K Dadoo, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Govt. of India. Other retail honchos present during the event would be Govind Shrikhande (MD, Shopper's Stop), Latif Nathani (MD, Ebay India), Damodar Mall (CEO, Grocery Retail, Reliance Retail), Raman Mangalorkar (CEO, Jubilant Retail) and Manish Mandhana (MD, Madhana Industries (Being Human)) among others.

Elaborating on the event, Deepak Lamba, President, Times Conferences Ltd. said, "The Trends Summit was born from the need to study latest trends of different retail industries, understand the challenges and undertake research which will help in streamlining optimal solutions for the industry hurdles. Today, India stands at crucial crossroads of development and evolving with time is a critical factor to pace up developments. We hope the summit will serve as the next step to progress.”

Key speakers at the event will touch upon topics such as megatrends that are shaping the future of shopping, creating and sustaining borderless retail experience, balancing technology and human involvement to fast track the buying experience along with the future customer experience and multi-channel and e-commerce revolution via panel discussions and special sessions.

The ET Trends in Retail Summit will serve as an excellent platform to network with CEO's, COO's, Executive Directors, Director Business Development, Vice President's and other top level executives of Government of India and corporates from the FMCG, consumer durables, pharma sector and more.

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