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Nov192012

WPP Global Retail Forum Speaker Spotlight: Chris Aubrey, Adidas

Don't miss the opportunity to hear Chris Aubrey, Director of Commercial Experience for Adidas, as he discusses "Transforming Retail for a New Generation" at the WPP Global Retail Forum in Santiago (March 2013).  Mr. Aubrey will dissect the changing behaviors of consumers and the ways these new behaviors are impacting how business is done, what influencing factors affect consumer behavior and the next factors that will lead to further change.  

This session will aim to get the retailers of today thinking differently about their business and how they do business. Register now to be part of this conversation.  

Chris Aubrey is a retail and brand expert with over 18 years of experience in store operations, marketing, branding, buying & merchandising, training and "on the shop floor" experience.  A future thinking, creative minded character with strong analytical skills and the ability to digest and interpret facts and figures while maintaining an open mind. 


View Chris's latest article on Re-Imagining Retail


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