See You In New York at the Annual National Retail Foundation Expo

Happy New Year Everyone!

Here at blueKiwi we are very excited to be attending the National Retail Foundation’s 2011 Expo, their 100th anniversary of the conference. We are looking forward to meeting some of the most exciting speakers presenting solid case studies.

It’s the One Hundred Big Years Show–established in 1911!

Presenters we are looking forward to hearing from include Terry Lundgren, President and CEO, Macy’s, Inc., Ben Fischman, CEO, Rue La La, Gordon Segal, Co-Founder and retired CEO, Crate and Barrel and many more.

As a technology provider we are interested in technology events, but we are equally interested to learn exactly what is happening in specific industries such as retail.

In the age of the social customer, the face of retail will also transform. blueKiwi is interested to find out more of the challenges retail faces in the digital age, and how technology and training might make that transition easier.

What is the NRF?

The National Retail Federation is the world’s largest retail trade association with membership that comprises all retail formats and channels of distribution including department, specialty, discount, catalog, Internet, independent stores, chain restaurants, drug stores and grocery stores as well as the industry’s key trading partners of retail goods and services.

NRF represents an industry with more than 1.6 million U.S. retail establishments, more than 24 million employees – about one in five American workers – and 2008 sales of $4.6 trillion. As the industry umbrella group, NRF also represents more than 100 state, national and international retail associations.*

We look forward to all of the panels, content and networking.

Please come say hi at the opening night reception on Sunday, January 8th at the Hard Rock Cafe Times Square. See you soon! If you would like to set up a meeting please email me at

Blake Landau
Social Media & Marketing Manager
blueKiwi Software

*taken from the NRF website

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