ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Through technology and innovations, the world is getting smaller, and U.S. retailers can learn much from how their Asia counterparts are conducting business. For example, China has hundreds of unmanned stores in operation, while a few U.S. companies test the concept here. China has successfully opened online-to-offline delivery businesses with independent merchants, while many U.S. retailers struggle to do the same.
Retailers from the United States, Asia and around the world have discovered that China offers much in the way of innovation, especially when it comes to technology like facial recognition payments, AI, machine learning, robotics and electric vehicles.
The 2019 NACS Convenience Summit Asia brings together these retail innovators in Shanghai March 5-7. Highlights of the conference includes:
- Networking opportunities
- Store tours
- Workshops with key innovators and disruptors
- Recognition of progressive retailers.
The convenience market still relies on people, and this conference lets you engage with those who are shaping our industry. Registration
is now open for the 2019 NACS Convenience Summit Asia.