12:00 noon-1:00 pm EDT
October 13, 2021
ISN'T DEAD . . .
BUT BORING RETAIL IS!
Join us for a stimulating and informative conversation with Steve Dennis, retail industry veteran, thought leader, and author of “Remarkable Retail: How to Win and Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption.”
"Remarkable Retail" equips the savvy retailer with eight essential strategies to bounce back from the covid-19 downturn and thrive in the years to come. In the expanded and completely revised second edition (released April 2021) of this best-selling book, Steve dissects the seismic shifts brought about by digital disruption and a global pandemic, while providing a provocative, pragmatic guide to reigniting growth.
Conducting the conversation is Jan Rogers Kniffen, CEO, J Rogers Kniffen WWE and a frequent CNBC contributor.
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
Steve Dennis has over 30+ years of experience as a strategic advisor, board member, general manager and C-level executive at two Fortune 500 retailers. He has worked with dozens of retail, luxury, technology and social impacts brands to inspire, catalyze and design more remarkable and profitable growth strategies.
Steve’s signature “tell is like it is” style and ‘8 Essentials of Remarkable Retail’ framework makes him one of the industry’s most in-demand thought leaders. He has delivered keynotes, led management workshops and consulted across six continents, sharing what it takes to win and keep customers in the age of Amazon, Alibaba, and digital disruption.
He is also a senior contributor to Forbes magazine and his insights are regularly featured in the media including Bloomberg/BusinessWeek, CNBC, CNN, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal, amongst many others.
In this expanded and completely revised 2nd edition of his bestselling book, retail industry veteran and thought leader Steve Dennis dissects the seismic shifts brought about by digital disruption and a global pandemic, while providing a provocative, pragmatic guide to reignite growt
RMS Members: $10 (or $20, including a copy of the book)
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 noon-1:00 pm EDT
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Jan Rogers Kniffen
J Rogers Kniffen WWE
Jan Rogers Kniffen is a retail expert with decades of real world experience that connects the dots between past and future to help retailer Boards of Directors build the future with sound financial assumptions and executable operational structure.
Jan consults with investors in retail companies and is a regular CNBC contributor. He is self-described as the "country's leading expert on retailing."
As a former retail finance and operations executive, Jan now provides his deep knowledge, experience and innovative thinking with the ever expanding retail eco-system.
Patrick McKeever, Jr.
President & Founder
Patrick has followed retail for more than 20 years. Prior to founding Wall Street 313 LLC and The Daily on Retail in late 2018, he spent 11 years as a managing director, senior analyst and consumer sector head at MKM Partners. He has received a number of professional awards, including 2nd place in Multiline Retail for both
stock picking and earnings estimation in the 2016 Thomson Reuters poll. He was awarded Top Stock Picker in Multiline Retail in the same poll, has been recognized in the Greenwich survey and has performed well in the institutional money manager voting process. He appears on CNBC and other networks to discuss retail and has been quoted extensively by industry publications and the financial press. Patrick started his career in equity research at Credit Suisse in New York. He is a graduate of Boston College and also has an economics-focused master's degree.