Risk and Loss Prevention Managers need to prepare themselves for some tough questioning at the end of the month, when their bosses ask them why they did not attend the free, annual Retail Risk – Singapore conference.
Now part of the biggest retail risk and loss prevention conference series in the world, Retail Risk – Singapore is free to attend, has a world class line up of speakers and consultants – some from the region and some flown in from around the world specifically to speak at the conference – all sharing their practical expertise, real life retail experiences and actual risk management innovations free of charge.
- The day offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with others and share best practice for personal as well as business development. It is also accredited with 7 CPD points.
- At the conference the results of the latest regional results and international comparatives of the Retail Risk – Global Survey will be made available. The Survey, which is backed by adidas, measures regional and international performance on numerous key performance indicators for the local and international retail market. It is entirely unique in scope and covers more retail businesses than any other survey making it truly representative and hugely valuable. It allows risk managers to benchmark their individual business’ performance against others and provides insight into where they should and should not be focusing their resources – information that is only available to attendees.
- And you don’t have to travel far off the beaten track. Retail Risk – Singapore takes place on April 27th at the Marriott Hotel on Orchard Road – in the heart of Singapore’s most important retail district.
Given that the opportunity on offer will save almost any business millions of dollars, what possible excuse can you have for not attending!?! Even lunch is free!
If you have not yet registered for Retail Risk – Singapore, simply click here to claim your free VIP pass. And make sure to bring along colleagues from IT, Finance, Operations, Logistics and HR because they too are part of any modern risk management strategy.