Using technology to get closer to your customers and drive footfall
Staying up-to date with the latest technological developments is an on-going challenge and a huge opportunity for your business.
Whether you’re looking to make the day-to-day running of your store more efficient or boost your marketing reach, there are lots of options. The Post Office will help you find the right one for your business at this year’s Local Shop Summit, held at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Wednesday, 14 October.
As supporters of the Independent Achievers Academy’s Retail Innovation category, the Post Office is dedicated to providing independent retailers with new ideas and advice to help their business grow.
Their live discussion session at the Local Shop Summit offers attendees the opportunity to ask questions, discuss challenges and share ideas with a panel of experts. This includes Paul Simmonds, Post Office Retail business development manager; Stefan Appleby, editor of Retail Express and head of digital at Newtrade, owners of Better Retailing; and a selection of leading independent retailers.
Together, learn how to promote your store to more customers, to support your business and understand how the technology at your fingertips can improve buying decisions and drive footfall to increase sales.
For more information and to register your interest in attending the Local Shop Summit, call 020 7689 0600 or visit Better Retailing/LSS
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