NRF BIG Show 2018 – What’s Hot (& What’s Not)
35,000 attendees and 18,000 retailers from over 95 countries will converge on New York City for NRF 2018, Retail’s BIG Show. NRF “brings the retail community together to experience the latest trends, technologies, and solutions,” and is the must-attend event of the year!
In this webinar, Arun Nair, RetailNext’s co-founder and CTO, is joined by special guest Stacey Shulman, chief innovation officer of Intel’s Retail Solutions Division, to discuss what to watch for at Retail’s BIG Show.
- The buzz from the EXPO floor: Separate reality from the hype when it comes to new sales associate tools, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). Get a preview on what will be hot and what will not.
- Applied artificial intelligence for retail enterprises – the future is now! Get ahead of the curve by honing your knowledge on AI before your visit to NRF 2018.
- The buzz from the sessions: See how retail is changing in this new era of empowerment. Here we’ll discuss the speakers and topics you shouldn’t miss.
- So what? Now what?! Making the BIG Show work for you means knowing the who’s, what’s and where’s of NYC. Plus, get practical advice on taking the BIG Show back home to your stores.
About the presenters:
Chief Innovation Officer
Intel, Retail Solutions Division
Stacey Shulman is a proven retail industry veteran and innovation leader passionate about helping the industry adopt sustainable and evolving Innovation practices. In addition to finding ways to better enable innovation processes with organizations, Stacey immerses herself into the world of IoT with current interests and focus around Robotics in Retail, Computer Vision, Deep Learning and Distributed Ledger/Blockchain Technologies.
Co-founder & CTO
Arun Nair is the CTO and co-founder of RetailNext, the world’s first technology company dedicated to providing advanced in-store analytics for brick-and-mortar retail businesses. In his role, Arun is responsible for overseeing all research & development activities, the continued development of the Aurora all-in-one sensor and the ongoing evolution and advancement of the RetailNext software platform.