With more and more of us insisting on finding goods and services from the comfort of our own homes, it’s not surprising that more businesses are going solely down the path of e-commerce.
Nordic ID's stand at the Retail Business Technology Expo 2012
As the leading manufacturers of mobile computers and handheld terminals in Europe, Nordic ID decided to get creative at this week’s Retail Business Technology Expo, launching a demo with a difference. To promote the group’s radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, Nordic ID let visitors get creative with cardboard cut-out dolls and outfit designs which were later featured on the firm’s Facebook site.
Business cards at the ready? You’ll need plenty spare as it’s been a bit of a networking marathon for the Global Retail Forum (GRF) over the past two days. As the world’s leading professional network exclusive to retailers, GRF this year teamed up with RBTE to host a bevy of retail-focused meetings, each featuring a senior industry speaker focusing on everything from legal, merchandising, IT, business management, finance, marketing, supply chain and eCommerce.
The world’s largest retail trade association, the National Retail Federation (NRF) is set to take centre stage at the Retail Business Technology Expo 2012 (RBTE 2012) this year. Teaming up with its retail technology standards division, ARTS, and digital division, Shop.org, NRF will host a pavilion with eight member organisations, bringing together thought leaders across its retail community.
The Retail Business Technology Expo is kicking off today with a host of world-class retailers and industry experts slated to attend.
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