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Join us for Europe’s largest retail and e-retail event!

Join us for Europe’s largest retail and e-retail event!

(advertorial) The fourth edition of Paris Retail Week will take place September 10 – 12, 2018 in Pavilion 1 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. For three days, Paris will be the capital of experiential and connected commerce, bringing together 800 participating companies and 40,000 retail and e-commerce professionals.



The success of the third edition of Paris Retail Week confirmed the need for the professionals of the off- and on-line retail sector to meet at a common event. The 2018 edition of Paris Retail Week will highlight SmartPhygital, the global and agile retail ecosystem.


Paris Retail Week will present the entire value chain of the sector: new models of distribution, layout and design, the consumer path to purchase, web to store and store to web, omni-channel CRM, shopper marketing, agile logistics, and more. Our e-commerce sector is dedicated to solutions for e-retailers, ranging from digital marketing to logistics, and our EquipMag (store) sector is dedicated to physical commerce and distribution.


In addition to the trade show, Paris Retail Week will host conferences and workshops with leading global experts, speed networking, a Startup Village of dynamic young companies, awards for innovative products and services, and guided tours to discover chic and tech-forward retail spaces across the city.


We hope to see you in Paris this September!


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10 to 12 September 2018
Paris expo Porte de Versailles – Pavilion 1

800 exhibitors – 40,000 professionals
350 top speakers - 3 store tours- 11 awards

Free badge request online until September 7th
Onsite registration: 50€ TTC

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