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RetailDetail Congress 2018: Belgian retail CEOs speak up

RetailDetail Congress 2018: Belgian retail CEOs speak up

This year the annual RetailDetail Congress will present something entirely unique: a panel of Belgian top-level retail CEOs will discuss their industry’s opportunities and will debate on the matter.


Big names

What will the future bring for the retail, fashion, food, DIY and the media industries? Do not miss this remarkable knowledge and network event and learn from the industry leaders!


We are very proud to announce the first names: none other than Frans Colruyt (COO Colruyt Group) will present his vision on the future of food. ZEB CEO Luc Van Mol discusses the opportunities in fashion retail and Hubo CEO Erwin Van Osta will present the DIY industry’s future. Our very own Jorg Snoeck will showcase the future of retail, loosely based on his own book, The Future of Shopping. The CEOs will also have a roundtable. Stay tuned, because we will reveal new (big) names soon.


You can register via this link. Put 26 April in your agenda for a truly visionary RetailDetail Congress!

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