Retail Sustainability Conference 2016

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This event brings together executives from all major retail and consumer product segments along with relevant solution providers to address the key issues of sustainability and environmental compliance for retail.?Sustainability is retail's future, and at this conference, you won't just sit and listen. You will?actively participate and conversewith experts on the trends changing the way retail will look in 5, 10, even 20 years.How else is this year's event different??The?conference format has been redesigned?to put a spotlight on the future and facilitate the discussions and forward-thinking that will help prepare you for retail's future.?New program?features include: Microsessions Future-focused workshops Off-site looks at sustainable facilities in action On-site development workshopsThe same top-notch educational and networking opportunities that bring attendees back year-after-year are still a central focus of the conference, including the opening keynote with Hubert Joly, CEO of Best Buy.This new format continues to gather leaders across every critical retail?role ? such as marketing, communications, real estate and compliance - to address the leading sustainability challenges in a fresh new way.
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Who attends? Senior executives from the largest retail and consumer goods companies with responsibility for:?? Sustainability Environmental Compliance Corporate Social Responsiblity Waste & Recycling Communications & Reporting Real Estate/Facilities? Energy Community Engagement Merchandising/Sourcing Logistics/Supply Chain Marketing/Public Relations Government Affairs
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Who exhibits? Companies interested in promoting their products and services to the broad retail community in the areas of: Alternative Energy Carbon Management/Measurement Energy Saving Enviromental Consulting Facilities Maintenance Green Packaging Green Product Development Green Supply Chain Waste & Recycling Legal Services Certification/Testing?

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