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MULTICHANNELNOW

The definitive guide to the multichannel strategies of the largest UK retailers.

Order your copy of this exclusive board-level report today and save £100. Special early bird subscriber price £399*www.subscription.co.uk/products/mchn

Why Retailers need to read MULTICHANNELNOW

■ Read what high-level retailers think about the reality of multichannel and its impact on their staff, property, stock and supply chains
■ Understand why click-and-collect is set to be used as a weapon to help multichannel retailers gain market share
■ Learn whether major retailers think they can make money from m-commerce or social media
■ Compare your international e-commerce growth potential with your peers’

Why Suppliers need to read MULTICHANNELNOW

■ Gain first-hand understanding of the problems leading retailers face from their multichannel integration projects
■ Understand retailers’ enthusiasm to invest in multichannel systems
■ Be informed on the decisions retailers make on their store portfolios and supply chains, and where they should expand

Insight from MULTICHANNELNOW

Produced by Retail Week magazine and Retail Week Knowledge Bank - the leading authorities on UK retailing - this exclusive research report drills down into the real issues facing retailers today, and has been informed by in-depth off-the-record interviews with 30 chief executives and board-level directors, drawn from the UK’s biggest retail brands.

Order your copy of this exclusive board-level report today and save £100. Special early bird subscriber price £399* www.subscription.co.uk/products/mchn

“… Consumers want an endless amount of options - and if you are not in the options game then you are a loser… “
Marks & Spencer executive chairman, Sir Stuart Rose, WRC 2010

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