Retail TouchPoints Donates To Toys For Tots While Educating Retail Executives

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Online Publishing Network for Retail Executives Combines Educational Webinar Series with Donation to Toys for Tots

Connected Consumer Series

As part of its Connected Consumer Series weeklong webinar event this month, Retail TouchPoints donated $720 to Toys For Tots — $5 for each new, qualified event registrant.

Retail Industry leaders and experts gathered December 9-12, 2013 for an in-depth webinar series covering the most pressing topics on the minds of retailers. Five sessions featured leading industry experts, including:

  •     Brian Kilcourse, Retail Systems Research
  •     Larry Freed, ForeSee Results
  •     Ken Morris, Boston Retail Partners
  •     Pam Goodfellow, Prosper Insights
  •     Ernan Roman, ER Direct Marketing

This series follows two other Connected Consumers Series in May and October, which drew more than 2,000 total registrants.

“Our Connected Consumer Series events are designed to bring retail executives together with industry experts, to learn and share insights that will help them stay competitive in the fast-moving retail marketplace," said Debbie Hauss, Editor-in-Chief of Retail TouchPoints. “We were very pleased to be able to combine a charitable donation to a well-deserving organization with our educational offerings.”

Executives who register for one event, are able to view all events in the series. To access on-demand viewings of the events, please click

About Retail TouchPoints
Retail TouchPoints is an online publishing network for retail executives, with content focused on optimizing the customer experience across all channels. The Retail TouchPoints network is comprised of a weekly newsletter, category-specific blogs, special reports, web seminars, exclusive benchmark research, and a content-rich web site featuring daily news updates and multi-media interviews at The Retail TouchPoints team also interacts with social media communities via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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