Separate registration required. Open to Retailers only.
Tours depart from Room 1C 02, Level 1.
NRF, in partnership with Consumers in Motion, is providing four unique EXPO tour experiences. Each two-hour walking tour in the EXPO Hall will offer an in-depth study of retail technology across multiple business disciplines.
Future Tech + Innovative New Products - SOLD OUT!
How can retailers use technology and their understanding of changing consumer behaviors to drive sales? Learn about the newest technology trends and breakthrough products from the companies that are driving the pace of change. Attendees will visit companies focused on retail technology and get a peek at start-ups powering the future.
In Store & Customer Experience Tech
Shoppers are rewriting the rules of engagement. Chat bots, smartphones, shopping apps and social are now integral components of a shopper’s path to purchase. How can retailers engage with shoppers using multiple touchpoints? This tour will visit companies focused on everything from retail analytics to digital and mobile tech to new solutions for associate training.
Digital Commerce, Acquisition & Blockchain
It is imperative to connect with consumers wherever they are in the purchase funnel. As digital continues to permeate every aspect of the customer journey, retailers are embracing cutting edge technology that will make them nimbler and more responsive. Blockchain is used for product authenticity, improving transparency and to provide insights into product journeys through the supply chain. This tour will introduce attendees to marketplace leaders, visiting companies focused on digital commerce, customer acquisition and blockchain.
Logistics, Supply Chain & Fulfillment
Logistics, supply chain & fulfillment are the backbone of retail. Fine-tuned logistics and precise management of supply chain and fulfillment are the linchpin to delivering the right product to the right place at the right time. This tour will introduce solutions for merchandising, operations, supply chain, fulfillment and storage, and distribution.