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Second TCG Retail Summit in Madrid in April

Second TCG Retail Summit in Madrid in April

The second TCG Retail Summit, fully focused on consumer technology like electronics, computers and telecom, will take place on 22 - 23 April in Madrid.

Focus on interaction

Plenty of top-notch manager will be present, like Laurent Abadie (CEO Europe for Panasonic), Fabio de Longhi (De'Longhi CEO) and Stephen Taylor (Chief Marketing Officer at Samsung Europe). Last year, some 150 managers from 20 different European countries took part in the invitation-only event.


The TCG Retail Summit is geared toward top-notch managers and industry executives. Several keynotes and panel discussions will be given, with a focus on the newest trends and practices within the industry. "The European TCG Retail Summit is more than a simple series of presentations. Our focus is on interaction."

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