Uniting the retailers ecosystem efficiently from across the country is the Retailers Association of India(RAI). The institution, has been successful in providing a common platform for successful brainstorming and sharing of ideas among the industry players from the various cross sections of the society.
The Retail Summit, organized by the RAI at regular intervals has been highly effective in fostering a platform to discuss and improve the business practices by effectively examining the on coming business challenges. Apart from the brainstorming opportunities, the RAI summits have also been successful in opening avenues for networking and new business prospects among the participants.
The current edition of the RAI, is all set to take place in Chennai on July 31, 2014, from 9:00 am – 6:30 pm at the Hyatt Regency. The Chennai Retail Summit 2014, would emphasis on the emerging trends in the retail ecosystem, owing to the end of the election and the formation of a new government.
The Chennai Retail Summit 2014, would in general analysis of the current situation and how the retail industry is in the dire need of a policy direction. For retailers, the expected speed of implementation of policies relating to GST (Goods and Services Tax), and the new government’s focus on infrastructure and tourism could be a structural ‘take-off’ point; even as the el-nino and Iraq factors bear watching as potential spoilers of consumer confidence and therefore retail spend.
When a congregation of an industry takes place the question of development of the industry and the source of this development is often debated. While the most common answer for this is seen as the development to be steaming from the combination of – Consumer, Capital or Technology, it is obvious that these are the external sources on which little control can be imposed or are often uncontrollable.
And for sustainable development to take place it is essential for the growth stimulus to be an internal factor, which might happen by identifying the new avenues in which business can be approached, addressed and conducted. The theme for the current edition of the Chennai Retail Summit 2014 is based on this idea of new ‘twists’ on the concepts of Collaboration, Cooperation and Inclusivity.
In other words, the Chennai Retail Summit would provide a platform for the retail leaders and executives to engage in lucid and focused dialogue with their industry peers and other service providers and examine their management objectives in a vibrant environment.
So, if you are a part of the retail ecosystem or would like to explore the prospects it has to offer, hurry and register now. This would also be a wonderful opportunity to meet, interact, network and connect with all the significant people from the industry.