Retail Disruption & Innovation
1-DAY MASTER CLASS
24 August 2018
Technology is making it both the easiest, and most difficult time to be a retailer. It can predict our behaviour and preferences, delivering what we want, to our door, just in time.
Future-focused retailers must look for ways to reshape their business to best serve today's selective, time-poor, tech-savvy consumers.
Are you going to win the retail race? Are you even in the running? Join Frances Valintine on 24 August 2018 to find out.
Who’s it for?
Business leaders, government policy makers and entrepreneurs who want to step into the future armed with the knowledge, skills and capability to succeed.
When is it?
24 August 2018 from 9am-5pm
What’s the cost?
$895 +GST (includes lunch and refreshments)
Book by August 17 for a 10% early bird discount.
Use the code EARLYBIRDRETAIL when booking.
As an approved service provider under the NZTE Capability Development Voucher scheme, your business could be eligible for up to 50% off our workshop through ATEED. For more information, visit the website or get in touch with the team: firstname.lastname@example.org
How exponential technologies are redefining our future
Automation and its impact on retail and logistics - including distribution of goods, bricks and mortar stores, and the role of the customer
The most significant technologies driving change, including artificial intelligence and machine learning; autonomous vehicles, drones and robotics; blockchain and cryptocurrencies; cybersecurity; data analytics and new forms of interaction, including mixed reality
The government's role in creating a future-focused environment
Threats and opportunities created by the exploding global population and changing demographics
The role of resources, including energy, water and food production, with a look into how New Zealand competes with automation, scientific advances and increased demand and competition
An overview of the future of jobs, careers and skills
FROM THE TECH FUTURES BLOG
How to take on Amazon
Are New Zealand retailers missing an opportunity, as the arrival of Amazon looms large? Instead of waiting to see what impact Amazon will have, retailers should focus on how they can re-shape their offering for today’s selective, time-poor and tech-savvy consumers.