Adjuno to attend Retail Week Live at The O2 in London
February 24, 2017
On 8th and 9th March, Adjuno’s CEO Julian Clay will be joining retail’s elite for the 23rd annual Retail Week Live Event. This year’s two-day conference is set to be the most progressive yet, bringing together retail’s brightest minds to connect, inspire and advance the retail industry.
With over 200 speakers and 1200 attendees its one of the industry’s biggest events, with some of the biggest names all in one place. From Amazon’s Vice President Ajay Kavan, The Alibaba Group’s Business Development Director David Lloyd to Autotraders Chief Executive Trevor Mather, the speaker list is immense.
Not to mention speakers from many of Adjuno’s retail customers which include:
- John Lewis
- Fat Face
- Monsoon Accessorize
As Adjuno supports the supply chain of so many of the leading retailers with cloud-based visionary technology, we are looking forward to hearing first hand what the latest challenges are in the industry. It is so important that our supply chain management portfolio and development roadmap is aligned to the needs and wants of retailers today and well into the future. As Adjuno are all about, building flexible, scalable technology that can easily adapt to the needs of the ever-changing and demanding marketplace that is retail.
Some of the sessions on the first day that we will be keen to listen to include the hot topic “Brexit” as well as taking part in networking breaks where headline interviews are taking place covering “The New Technology Landscape in 2017” as well as “Embracing a culture of Innovation” where passion, personality, authenticity and agility – are stated as all key ingredients critical to an innovation ethos.
If you are also planning to attend retail Week Live, look out for Julian Clay – Adjuno’s CEO and say hi. Julian will be happy to bring you up-to-date on some of the exciting new products we have in the pipeline for 2017, which includes solutions to help manage supplier relationships more strategically across an end-to-end business, as well as developing integrations with Amazon, the IoT and weather intelligence services.