St. Petersburg, Florida (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
The Forum brings together senior executives from over seventy of the retail industry’s top companies to discuss cutting-edge industry trends, and will be held in Florida, May 15–17, 2014.
This year’s impressive agenda will empower its members to think differently through exclusive access to thought leadership, leading-edge content and peer-to-peer networking. Throughout the event, attendees will hear from a lineup of leaders who have changed their industries in the areas of campaigning, technology, research, retail and more: Benjamin Zander, conductor, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra; Joshua Cooper Ramo, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates; Paul Brown, chief executive officer, Arby’s; Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the MIT Center for Digital Business and author; Larry Senn, chairman and founder of Senn Delaney; Michael Schrage, research fellow, MIT Sloan School Center for Digital Business; Peter McLaughlin, best- selling author and Dr. Roch Parayre, senior partner Decision Strategies International, teaching fellow at the Wharton School.
“2014 will mark the ninth year that the GRMA has assembled C-Level executives from the world’s leading retailers for two days of interactive discussion, intense networking and thought leadership exchange with globally acclaimed futurists, innovators and economic experts,” states Stephanie Fischer, president and CEO of the Global Retail Marketing Association. “If you’re passionate about building your brand and improving your customers’ experiences at every touch point in your organization, then the GRMA Forum is a must attend.”
The GRMA is recognized as the premier networking association where leading minds in technology, global economics, consumer behavior and industry trends come together with those on the front lines of retail. It connects executive decision makers online and offline, both locally and globally, through premier annual forum events, strategic thought leadership, exclusive community networking, visionary innovations and more so that retailers can continue to effect positive change and shape the future of retail.