Producers At Retail Conference Chicago

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POPAI's Producers At Retail conference, to take place in Chicago June 3-4, is open for registration.

Execs from Procter & Gamble and Dun and Bradstreet are among the speakers at the POPAI Producers at Retail Conference (PaRC).
The conference boasts a new format. and speakers include expert practitioners from the world of Marketing at Retail producers, academia, brands and retailers.PaRC was created for producers of at retail media to provide unique insights into improving everyday aspect of the business including:

Manufacturing and productions efficiencies and trends . At retail design trends and innovations . Retailer insights on expectation of producers .

Brand expectations of producers at retail . Effects of ROI on creative and what that means to the brand's
investments . Best hiring practices in today's economic conditions.

Speakers include expert practitioners from the world of Marketing at Retail producers, academia, brands, and retailers. The conference also includes a first-ever keynote address from Dun and Bradstreet's AllBusinessblogger and consumer insights expert Mike Kraus.

POPAI's PaRC also includes POPAI's Hall of Fame induction ceremony, taking place at the Art Institute of Chicago, celebrating the careers of Joe Fish, (Retired) Hankscraft, Inc.; Mike Lanaghan, Wm. M. Wrigley Jr. Company; Ted Parker, Harbor Industries, Inc. and Bruce Watson, (Retired) Rapid Displays West.

The PaRC conference takes place June 3-4, 2009, at the Hilton Suites, Chicago, IL. To register, visit:
www.popai.com






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