Future of Retail eConference
January 25th, 2019
10 am – 1 pm est (3 hours)
Lottery Presentations (Starts 10 am EST)
Director, Lottery Business Development
Caughill will discuss in-lane solutions and potential new games that can arise from it.
General Manager, Planning & Market Development
Gerothanasis will discuss Lotterywest retail transformation.
Cocozza and Bjerke-Narud
Cocozza and Bjerke-Narud will discuss advanced signage and its impact on the lottery.
Retailer Panel (11:30 am)
Kroger is also the third-largest retailer in the world. Nearly 2,800 stores in 35 US states under two dozen banners and annual sales of more than $115.3bn.
Albertsons Companies operates 2,200 stores across US states and the District of Columbia, under 20 well-known banners including Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Shaw’s, Acme, Tom Thumb, Randalls, United Supermarkets, Pavilions, Star Market, Haggen and Carrs, as well as meal kit company Plated based in New York City.
Carrefour group operates 12,300 stores in more than 30 countries generating over €88Bbn in sales
Operating over 4,400 stores across Travel Essentials, Duty Free & Fashion and Foodservice in airports, railway stations and other concessions in 34 countries worldwide, generating €4.5bn sales in 2017
Technology Companies Presentations(12:10 am)
Björn Sjolund & Tuomas Wuoti
Sjolund and Tuomas will discuss using wi-fi/app to enable one-to-one marketing capabilities and multi-channel retargeting.
With this brief talk, we’ll summarize some of the changes happening in the world and the effect on the retail landscape. We’ll cover trends on everything from how to use economical activations for the most impact to how to use digital to build a differentiated customer experience in retail.
President and CEO
Jan will present on the changing retailer and consumer landscape.
Lottery Director Panel (12:50 pm)
Head of Consumer Strategy and Innovation
Special Thanks to Our Exclusive Sponsor:
No Travel Costs
We understand travel budgets are decreasing as the industry is going through a historic upheaval. So here it is. A completely digital conference. All you need is the internet and a webcam.
…. for lotteries. The industry needs to learn from experts in so they take no chances when implementing their own programs. Vendors will have to pay a small registration fee.