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New for 2016!

Retail Digital

Signage Expo

See inside for

details

9 – 10th March 2016

Olympia, London

Free Registration now open

www.retaildesignexpo.com

Hunter flagship by Checkland Kindleysides

Retail Design Expo OFFICIAL PREVIEW

Europe’s Leading Annual Event for

Innovation and Inspiration in Retail

Design, Marketing, Visual Merchandising,

Architecture and Shopfitting

New approaches to customer engagement, new thinking, inspirational

conferences and innovative suppliers – in one place, at one time, under one roof

Exhibition • Conferences • Seminars • Workshops • Designer Pavilion •

Networking • Student Awards • Visitor lounges • Innovation trail and awards

With so much to see one day won’t be enough!

ALL

free to

attend

co-located with

In association with

9 – 10 th March 2016

Olympia West (Upper), Olympia Central

and Olympia Grand Gallery, London

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WELCOME TO RETAIL DESIGN

EXPO 2016

Doubling in size for 2016, Retail Design Expo has become Europe’s leading

annual event for innovation and inspiration in retail design, marketing,

visual merchandising, architecture and shopfitting. Well over 16,000 visitors

are expected to pack the aisles looking for inspiration, fresh ideas and

new suppliers all in the quest to win new customers and increase sales.

In addition to the major exhibition featuring the most comprehensive range of

suppliers, from leading global companies to start ups, there is a world-class FREE conference

programme, featuring star-studded speakers in 75+ retail design, branding, shopper

marketing and visual merchandising sessions. There are also numerous networking

opportunities, student awards, trends experts, a designer pavilion and many more features

including the newly launched Innovation Trail and Awards.

With so much going on over two days, it’s important to plan your visit to make the most of

your time and this preview will give a great insight into everything that’s on offer for you at

Retail Design Expo In fact many visitors last year said it deserved two days to take it all in

and it’s doubled in size this year! Think about coming for two days – you won’t regret it.

We look forward to seeing you on March 9th & 10th at Olympia, London.

Retail Design Expo is organised by

Legend Exhibitions Ltd,

6 Morie Street, London, SW18 1SL.

All information correct at time of press.

Where & When

9th – 10th March 2016

Olympia, London, UK

Opening times: 9.30am – 5pm

THREE RETAIL EXPOS

ONE MISSION

TO IMPROVE YOUR

ROUTE TO RETAIL AND

BRANDING SUCCESS

RBTE and Retail Digital Signage Expo

are co-located with Retail Design

Expo and together they will provide

retailers, brand owners, designers,

visual merchandisers, architects

and shopfitters with the most

comprehensive range of suppliers,

solution providers, education sessions

and networking opportunities.

According to research from Deloitte,

we expect digital influence to continue

to grow to reach 50% of all store retail

sales by the end of 2015 – with 52% of

all adult mobile device owners having

used their phone/tablet while in store.

Technology has become the glue that holds

all the retail customer touchpoints together

to offer the always-connected, tech savvy

shoppers a desirable experience across

all channels including a great in-store

experience. No shop design can now ignore

its increasingly critical role in engagement

including location-based promotions, digital

signage, NFC, personal scanners, social

media, smart mannequins, kiosks, in-store

tablets, wifi provision, click and collect,

endless aisles, self checkout, smart shelves ,

virtual reality, mobile checkout, smart

mirrors and much more besides. Physical

and virtual shopping has merged and

become seamless and that is exactly why

RBTE, RETAIL DESIGN EXPO and RETAIL

DIGITAL SIGNAGE EXPO are seamlessly

co-located at Olympia this March.

RBTE – The must attend event for retail,

hospitality, travel, entertainment, leisure

operators and retailers needing to keep

up to date with the latest solutions.

Through its unmatched conference

programme – including speakers from

Adidas, Argos, Boots, M&S and many more

– RBTE also offers strategic and tactical

advice to help improve businesses and is

therefore relevant for all members of the

team responsible for making or influencing

purchasing decisions.

Retail Digital Signage Expo – A dedicated

new show embracing the booming digital

signage market. The event will feature the

entire range of suppliers, from screens and

kiosks, to integrators, content management,

AV, media players, network solutions and

more. In addition, digital signage will be

widely addressed in both the Retail Design

Expo and RBTE conference programmes

including speakers from Telefonica O2,

Harrods, Benetton Group, Heathrow Airport,

Chanel, The Dandy Lab and many more.

ONE REGISTRATION WILL GAIN

YOU FREE ACCESS TO ALL

THREE SHOWS


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HIGHLIGHTS

With so much happening at Retail Design Expo

here are just some of the must-see highlights:

CONFERENCES

Over 75 amazing sessions in five conference theatres. Here is just a small

taster of who will be taking to the stage in the FREE programme

Andrew Jennings

Non Executive

Director

Ted Baker

Guy Smith

Head Of Design

Arcadia

Eli Petricka

Director Brand

Experience

The North Face

Ali Waite

Head of Shopper

Marketing

Pepsi

Rosie Wise

Head of Customer

Experience

Wickes

Andy Turnbull

Global Creative

Principal

New Look

Jon Tollit

Principal

Gensler

Robin Howard

Concept Designer,

Store Design, Buying

and Brand

John Lewis

James Swain

Lead Shopper

Marketing

Manager

Tesco

Shane Vaughan

Head of Retail

Marketing – Ireland

& UK

Aryzta food solutions

Simon Dixon

Founder

Rockar Hyundai

Bridget Lea

General Manager

Stores

Telefonica O2

Tim Greenhalgh

Chairman and Chief

Creative Officer

FITCH

Joe Ward

Associate Director

of Shopper

Marketing

Coca Cola

Ivan Nanton Martinez

Visual Merchandising

Global Director

Springfield

Phil Whittle

Head of Store

Operations

Schuh

Claude Hagege

Retail Digital

Marketing

Consultant

CHANEL

Richard Ash

Founder & CEO

GREENROOM

Alan Taylor

Head of Retail

Design

B&Q

Anders Bergstrom

Director of Strategy

Development

Deckers Brands

(UGG)

Nick Widdowson

Range and

Merchandising

Manager

Unilever

Jamie Holtum Andy Dowling

Senior Brand Manager, Global Point of Sale

Heinz Tomato Ketchup Operations Manager

& Condiments, F&F Clothing, Tesco

Kraft Heinz

Stephen Dempsey

VM Content

Manager

John Lewis

Liz Silvester

Head of Visual

Identity

Liberty

FEATURES AT RETAIL

DESIGN EXPO

• The Retail Design and Branding

Conference Theatres

• The VM Conference Theatre

• The VM Workshop

• The Shopper Marketing Conference

Theatre in association with POPAI

• The Retail Design Expo and Retail

Digital Signage Expo Innovation Trail

and Awards, sponsored by 20.20

• The Designer Pavilion

• Retail Design and Marketing

Visitor Lounge

• VM Visitor Lounge – networking

forum for the VM industry

• Trends Experts – on hand offering

you invaluable advice to help grow

your future business

• Retail Design Student Awards,

sponsored by ITAB UK

• VM Student Awards, sponsored

by Harlequin

• Champagne bars and bistros to

entertain and raise a glass or two

• PLUS numerous networking

opportunities!

Jeremy Seigal

CEO

White Stuff

Hannah Wakeford

International Visual

Merchandising

Oasis

With so much to SEE –

one day WON’t be ENOUGh!


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New

for

2016!

Retail Digital Signage Expo is a dedicated new event featuring

the entire range of suppliers, from screens and kiosks, to content

management, AV, media players and networking solutions.

In addition to the wide range of vendors, the topic will be

widely addressed in both the Retail Design Expo and RBTE

Conference programmes. Never before have so many of all

the key retail digital signage stakeholders been together in

the same place at the same time – plus many of our exhibitors

in RBTE and Retail Design Expo have a digital signage offering.

The topic of Digital Signage is covered extensively in our

conference programme. Speakers who will be addressing this

exciting and dynamic subject include:

• Bridget Lea, General Manager Stores, Telefonica O2

• Guy Cheston, Media Sales Director, Harrods

• Thomas Just Rasmussen, COO, Intersport Group Denmark

• Giovanni Flore, Global Digital Signage Project Manager,

Benetton Group

• Chris Annetts, Commercial Passenger Services Director,

Heathrow Airport

• Claude Hagege, Retail Digital Marketing Consultant, Chanel

• Julija Bainiaksina, Co-founder, The Dandy Lab

• Jeffrey Fisher, Global Store Experience & Visual

Merchandising Director, Sunglass Hut / Luxottica Group

• Simon Bentley, former Head of Store Development, Design

and Merchandising, Telefonica O2 & Argos

• Stuart Taylor, CEO, KINETIC WPP

Media Partners

O U T

U T

Retail Digital

Signage Expo

Exhibitors:

10 Squared C38

3M Touch Systems UK Ltd

B2

Armagard

B25

BITVU

B57

Boscabox

B16

B-Tech International Limited

B12

Digital Media Systems

B54

DynaScan Technology Inc

C1

Esprit Digital

C60

FIrstview Digital Signage

B45

Global Display Solutions S.p.A C20

Handy AV

C33

HDI

B16

Ideum

B49

Innonet

B51

INTALECT

B45

Inurface Media

C61

iSignage

B49

LG Electronics

C30

LiveSpace

C40

Media Point Screens

B45

MultiQ

B31

NEC

C38

Optoma Europe

B9

Pioneer LED Part of the Pioneer Group B6

Pixel Inspiration

C38

Radiant Europe

B54

Simple LED Screens

B50

Stratacache

C9

Telefonica On The Spot Services SAU B66

Texas Instruments

B9

Videmo

B20

Video Poster Ltd

B53

See page 14 for floorplan


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CONFERENCES programme

All sessions are free to attend on a first-come, first-served basis.

9 MARCH 2016 Theatre 1

Retail design and Branding

9 MARCH 2016 Theatre 2

Retail design and Branding

10:10 Why retail should be all about experiences

● Guy Smith, Head of Design, ARCADIA GROUP

10:50 Interview: Keeping stores relevant for today’s consumers

● Andrew Jennings, Former Group MD WOOLWORTHS

& Former CEO, HOUSE OF FRASER

11:30 UGG: Creative strategy and evolution of the famous

boot brand

● Anders Bergstrom, Director of Strategy Development,

DECKERS BRANDS

● Kate Shepherd, Director of Strategy and Insight,

Checkland Kindleysides

12:10 PANEL DISCUSSION: Lessons from a pop-up stores strategy

Moderator: Katie Baron, Head of Retail, STYLUS

● Andrew Manteit, MD & Co-founder, ActiveinStyle

● James Breaks, Head of Design, RPA Group

● Yulan Dynstee, Manager Store Planning & Design,

FOOTLOCKER EUROPE

● Paul Widgery, Head of Retail Operations, SCIENCE

MUSEUM

13:00 Retail Design Student Awards results – meet the next

generation of top retail designers. Competition winners

named, plus a panel discussion featuring awards judges

and mentors:

● David Dalziel, Owner and Group Creative Director,

DALZIEL & POW

● Tim Greenhalgh, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer,

FITCH

● Guy Smith, Head of Design, ARCADIA

14:10 The benefits and savings from 3D printing in bricks and

mortar stores

● Alan Taylor, Head of Retail Design, B&Q

14:50 Understanding the importance of mixed use spaces to

future retail

● Jon Tollit, Principal, GENSLER

15:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: The art of brand storytelling

Moderated by: Steve Sponder, MD, HEADSTREAM

● Olivia Robinson, Brand & Creative Director, MAMAS

& PAPAS

● Pilar Lacave, Head of Retail, FURLA

16:15 How to build a winning digital signage strategy for a retail

luxury brand

● Claude Hagege, Retail Digital Marketing Consultant,

CHANEL

10:10 Why you should start every project with the customer

in mind

● Phil Whittle, Head of Store Design, SCHUH

10:50 Using digital to personalise the passenger experience

and grow revenues

● Chris Annetts, Commercial Passenger Services Director,

HEATHROW AIRPORT

11:30 Bringing digital to life through the retail experience

● Bridget Lea, General Manager Stores (Sales & Service),

TELEFONICA

12:10 Exploring the relationship between malls and retailers

● Judith Kelly, Project Manager – Retail Delivery, LAND

SECURITIES

● Sara O’Rorke, Director, CORD DESIGN CONSULTANTS

12:50 PANEL DISCUSSION: How to benefit from digital integration

in store and out of store

Moderator: Jennifer Acevedo, Editor in Chief, VMSD,

ST Media Group

● Julija Bainiaksina, Co-founder, THE DANDY LAB

● Stuart Taylor, CEO, KINETIC WPP

● Simon Bentley, Former Head of Store Development,

Design and Merchandising, TELEFONICA O2 & ARGOS

● Jeffrey Fisher, Global Store Experience & Visual

Merchandising Director, SUNGLASS HUT/ LUXOTTICA

GROUP

13:30 ‘The millennials are coming!’ – creating a brand experience

for the new generation

● Ivan Nanton Martinez, Visual Merchandising Global

Director, SPRINGFIELD, SPAIN with Caulder Moore

14:10 Retail revolutions: smart stores & active flagship

● Katie Baron, Head of Retail, STYLUS

14:50 How to create a worldwide visual and physical expression

for stores

● Andy Turnbull, Group Creative Principal, NEW LOOK

15:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: Predictions for retail design in 2020

Moderated by: Tim Greenhalgh, Chairman and Chief

Creative Officer, FITCH

● Jim Thompson, MD, 20.20

● Richard Ash, Founder & CEO, GREENROOM

● Andy Turnbull, Group Creative Principal, NEW LOOK

16:15 How buildings can help customers form an emotional

attachment with brands

● James Cons, MD, LESLIE JONES ARCHITECTS

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CONFERENCES programme

All sessions are free to attend on a first-come, first-served basis.

9 MARCH 2016 Shopper Marketing theatre

Shopper marketing conference

in association with

10:10 KEYNOTE: Putting shopper marketing at the heart

of everything a brand touches

● Rob Sellers, MD, GREY SHOPPER

10:50 How brands can help retailers create a point of difference

to attract customers into stores

● Joe Ward, Associate Director of Shopper Marketing,

COCA COLA

11:30 Why shopper missions should drive change to how

brands work

● Julie Taylor, Head of Customer Marketing, WILLIAM

GRANT & SONS

12:10 PANEL DISCUSSION: Using Shopper Marketing across

multiple channels

Moderated by: Phil Day, Director, POPAI

● Nick Widdowson, Merchandising and Creative Controller,

UNILEVER

● Alison Waite, Merchandising Controller, PEPSI

● James Swain, Lead Shopper Marketing Manager, TESCO

13:30 Using experiential marketing to increase sales

● Denise Moore, Head of Experiential, Westfield (TBC)

14:10 Challenges of managing the delivery of P-O-P to multiple

shops, countries and languages

● Andy Dowling, Global Point of Sale Operations Manager,

F&F CLOTHING, TESCO

14:50 Lessons from marketing a well known ketchup brand

● Jamie Holtum, European Senior Brand Manager, Heinz

Tomato Ketchup & Condiments, HJ HEINZ COMPANY

15:30 PANEL: Understanding shopper insights to motivate

brand growth

Moderated by: Martin Kingdon, Director General, POPAI

● Sophie Daranyi, CEO, HAYGARTH GROUP

● Bob Burgess, Director of Category, MILLER BRANDS

● Danielle Pinnington, MD, SHOPPERCENTRIC

16:15 Modernising the Wickes brand – appealing to a

broader audience

● Rosie Wise, Head of Customer Experience, WICKES

9 MARCH 2016 VM Conference

Host: Dr Valerie Wilson Trower

10:00 Navigating Trendland: Current Trends Influencing Design

● Cassie Isherwood, Associate Director of Brand & Strategy,

YourStudio

● Howard Sullivan, Co-founder and Creative Director,

YourStudio

10:40 Merchandise display at Space NK: making in-store brand

display coherent, and enticing, providing a customer

experience that is easy, enjoyable and commercial

● Paul Wilkins, Head of Visual & Store Design, SPACE NK

11:20 Consuming Emotion – multi-sensory VM

● Sean Rogg, founder, Waldorf PROJECTS

12:00 Designing with our ears: sound and store identity

● Julian Treasure, Founder and Chairman, The Sound

Agency Ltd

12:40 Selfridges windows: making VM by magic

● Hannah Emslie, Senior Creative Manager for Windows,

Selfridges

13:20 Visual merchandising insights of the Middle East

● Sarah Jane Shewring, Founder, Essence VM

14:00 Retail entertainment: VM for a very special brand

● Tyrone Cano, Founder, PROPABILITY

14:40 Creating a global jewellery brand: challenges and

opportunities including VM

● Diana Onu, Founder, Light Consulting

● Tony Lorenz, Managing Director, Latitude

15:20 Making vintage look cool: curating an eclectic home/

gift store and a cafe

● Shaun Clarkson, Owner and Creative Director, Pitfield

London

● Kate Weir, General Manager, Pitfield London

16:00 John Lewis Partnership: creating the flagship difference

● Stephen Dempsey, VM Concept Manager, John Lewis

● Lucy Lines, Design Manager (VM) Brand Creative,

John Lewis

I was positively impressed with the excellence of the

show. There was a well-balanced mix of insights and

practical solutions for retail brands, which was very

well appreciated, plus a great portfolio of exhibitors.”

Edoardo Brutti, Retail & Trade Marketing Manager, Wrangler EMEA

Programme may be subject to change – please check www.retaildesignexpo.com for details


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9 MARCH 2016 VM Workshop

Host: Dr NATASha Radclyffe-Thomas

10 MARCH 2016 Theatre 1

Retail design and Branding

10:00 Store windows: working with principles of design

● David Leathlean, Senior Lecturer, Visual Merchandising,

Manchester METROPOLITAN University

10:40 Fonts and the problems of Fonts

● Paul Antonio, Scribe and Bespoke Stationer,

Paul Antonio Scribe Ltd

11:20 A Masterclass in retail filtering design

● Simon May, Founder, Furniss & May

12:00 The Shooting Party: how to create a beautiful image

without ruffling feathers

● Tim Rennie, Creative Director, Epiphany 51 and

Art Director, Tatler

12:40 Colour: essential VM knowledge

● Janet Best, Fashion Colour Specialist, Colour Diversity

13:20 TBC

● Joanna Galanis, VM Director, BROWNS

● Ivana Nohel, Paper Artist

14:00 Improving visual space planning and VM for buying,

a UK High Street case study

● Clemems Kruiper, Senior Retail Fashion Consultant UK,

Visual RETAILING

14:40 Lighting for beautiful retail results

● Steve Shackleton, Northern European Marketing Director,

ZUMTOBEL

15:20 How VM feels: ‘The devil is in the detail’ – how far should we

elevate the details?

● Louise Bowden Minton, formerly VM Director & Product

Assortment Specialist, Ralph Lauren

16:00 Special effects for VM

● Mike Kelt, CEO, Company Founder and SFX Supervisor,

Artem

10:10 Reinventing the car showroom

● Simon Dixon, Founder, ROCKAR / HYUNDAI

10:50 The effectiveness of digital signage in luxury retail

● Guy Cheston, Media Sales Director, HARRODS

11:30 Digital Signage: Creating and sharing customer experiences

across national boundaries

● Giovanni Flore, Digital Signage Project Manager,

BENETTON GROUP

12:10 Seamless retail through digital signage

● Thomas Just Rasmussen, Chief Operating Officer,

INTERSPORT GROUP DENMARK

12:50 Session to be confirmed

13:50 Creating a competitive advantage with 3-D Branding

● King Casey and Waleed Aldhuhayyan, CEO, BURGER 8,

Saudi Arabia

14:30 Visitor centres – understanding the customer journey

● Kathryn England, Commercial Director,

ZSL WHIPSNADE ZOO

● Helen Shelley, Creative Director, M Worldwide

15:10 PANEL: SHOPFITTING – Lessons from the refurbishment

of a listed heritage store: Gieves & Hawkes

Moderated by: Robert Hudson, Chief Executive,

National Association of Shopfitters (NAS)

● Jason Basmaijan, Creative Director, GIEVES AND HAWKES

● Teresa Hastings, Interior Designer

16:00 Designing spaces for brands

● Ion Metulesco, Director of Architecture and Engineering

Department, PRINTEMPS

● Antonio Virga, Architect Entrepreneur, ANTONIO VIRGA

ARCHITECTURE

Congratulations to the team for all they achieved in bringing to market the first Retail Design Expo. It was well-attended

with a great buzz, and the quality of participating agencies, service providers and speakers ensured the bar was set

high from the outset. The event provided a great representation of the experience of modern retail. With a creative

cross-section of ideas, talks and interactive display, there was something for everyone across the two days. This bodes

well for Retail Design Expo’s future success, and helps keep the best of UK design talent and innovation firmly on the

radar of retailers, marketeers and business.”

Julie Oxberry, Managing Director, Household

Programme may be subject to change – please check www.retaildesignexpo.com for details


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CONFERENCES programme

All sessions are free to attend on a first-come, first-served basis.

10 MARCH 2016 Theatre 2

Retail design and Branding

10:10 Session to be confirmed

10:50 Taking winning online experience into retail

● Craig Phillips, MD, SHOPWORKS

● Speaker from SHELL

11:30 Bringing the home into the home retail experience

● Robin Howard, Concept Designer, Store Design,

Buying and Brand, John Lewis

● Dudley Roberts, Creative Director, DisplayPlan

12:10 The art of cross pollination – lessons across retail sectors

for innovation in customer experience design

● Pete Champion, Group Director & Director of 3D Design,

I-AM

12:50 Exclusive findings of North Face’s experimentation with

analytics and learn process for retail design

● Eli Petricka, Director Brand Experience, THE NORTH FACE

and Green Room Design

13:50 A new store concept for travel retail

● Lee Haslett, Sales Director, VIRGIN HOLIDAY and

Your Studio

14:30 Keeping the brand alive while growing the business

● Jeremy Seigal, Chief Executive, WHITE STUFF

15:10 PANEL: The importance of sustainability to the success

of brands

● SHOP AND DISPLAY EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION (TBC)

● Martin Gettings, Group Sustainability Manager,

CANARY WHARF GROUP

16:00 The Joy of Mothercare – The turnaround of destination stores

● Davide Carrer, UK Director of Store Ranging and Design,

MOTHERCARE

● Mariann Wenckheim, Director, 20.20

10 MARCH 2016 Shopper Marketing theatre

Shopper marketing conference

in association with

10:10 A marketing director’s view on how retail marketing

is driving broader attraction to your brand

● Tony Holdway, Former Head of Brand Marketing,

HOUSE OF FRASER

10:50 The shopper of the future

● Renato Lucio de Castro Junior, Executive Director,

Baumann Consultancy NETWORK

11:30 Challenges to delivering Europe’s largest retail installation

● Nik Anyon, Head of Retail & Gaming Programmes,

CAMELOT

● Amy Morley , Director of Strategic Operations,

Momentum InStore

12:10 Realising a high standard of compliance in a 1600+ store

roll out

● Tony Eames, Head of Indirect Retail Operations, SAMSUNG

● Colin Chapman, Operations Director, CJ RETAIL

Solutions

12:50 Indoor ‘GPS’: will it revolutionise shopping? Carrefour

Case Study

● Céline Martin, Directeur Modèles Commerciaux et

Innovation, CARREFOUR

● Gerben van der Lugt, Business Development Leader

Indoor Positioning, PHILIPS LIGHTING

13:50 Using in-store marketing campaigns to drive sales

and awareness

● Shane Vaughan, Head of Retail Marketing, Ireland & UK,

ARYZTA FOOD SOLUTIONS

14:30 Session to be confirmed

15:10 Panel: The Future of Shopper Marketing

Moderated by: Simon Hathaway, Global Chief Retail

Officer, Cheil

● Amy Fisher, Central Shopper Marketing Manager,

DAIRY CREST

● Dilyara Abdulkayumova, Shopper Marketing Manager,

DIAGEO

● Vanessa Henry, Shopper Insight Manager, IGD

16:00 Using customer insights to innovate

● Jo Kenrick, Former Marketing Director, HOMEBASE

My first visit to the Retail Design Expo at Olympia was a

great opportunity to catch up with friends, suppliers and

also make new contacts. The seminars and talks given

by industry representatives were insightful and inspiring.”

Lorraine Sandy, Head of Visual, Vivienne Westwood


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10 MARCH 2016 VM Conference

Host: Dr Valerie Wilson Trower

10 MARCH 2016 VM Workshop

Host: Dr NATASha Radclyffe-Thomas

10:00 Color & Material Trends for Autumn Winter 2016/17

by Global Color Research

● Hannah Malein, Consultant, GLOBAL Color Research

10:40 Crossing the Threshold: creating flexible, adaptable,

and portable VM with ROI in mind

● Neil Overall, Creative Director, Barber Design

Consultancy; formerly Group Head of Visual

Merchandising, Snow + Rock

11:20 Visual Merchandising for a premium international

brand (Prada)

● Maxine Groucutt, founder, Maxine GROUCUTT

CONSULTANCy, formerly Director of Visual

Merchandising, PRADA

12:00 Compare and contrast: an explanation of the differences

in in-store display between premium and middle market

fashion brands

● Lorraine Sandy, Head of Visual Merchandising,

Vivienne WESTWOOD

12:40 Retail Design World, VM Student Competition awards

presentation

● Dr Valerie Wilson Trower, Visual Merchandising Content

Director, Legend Exhibitions

13:20 Store refit on a budget

● Lynda Murray, Managing Director, International

Visual Ltd.

● Phil Hill, Creative Director and Co-owner,

International Visual Ltd

14:00 International VM and creative display: working with

franchise partners and driving consistency

● Hannah Wakeford, International Visual Merchandising

Manager, Oasis

14:40 VM for corporate Spanish brands – suggestions for all

international retailers

● Lluis Bejiga, Founder, Merch Barcelona & VM,

formerly Head of VM, Springfield

10:00 In-store visual merchandising: reacting to commercial change

● David Leathlean, Senior Lecturer, Visual Merchandising,

Manchester METROPOLITAN University

10:40 Signwriting for retailing: everyday art

● Nathan Collis, sign-writer

11:20 The key to VM: Understanding Customer Behaviour

for Visual Merchandisers and all retailers

● Eve Reid, Director and Founder, METAMORPHOSIS

12:00 Ruling the runway: organising a creative catwalk show,

everything the VM professional needs to know

● John Walford, Creative Events Director, Walford

Events

12:40 Feonic: Whispering Windows for improving footfall

● Brian Smith, Product Director, Feonic Technology

13:20 Creature Company: how expert VM revitalized success

for Creature Company

● Karl McKeever, Managing Director, Visual Thinking

● Carl Houghton, Retail Manager, Creature Comforts

14:00 Neon: everything

● Darren Neave, Freelance VM consultant and practicing

artist, Darren Neave

14:40 Design & Psychology – A New Kind of Marriage

● Kate Nightingale, Retail psychologist, Style

Psychology

15:20 Flowers for Visual Merchandising – how to create

successful displays

● Judith Blacklock, Founder, Judith BLACKLOCK

FLOWERS

● Stephen McGeean, Judith BLACKLOCK FLOWERS

16:00 Visual Merchandising Operations: 10 quick-wins to increase

store sales, profit, & efficiency

● Tim Radley, Managing Director, VM Unleashed

15:20 Millington Associates

16:00 Christmas at Liberty of London

● Liz Silvester, Head of Visual Identity, Liberty

CHECK OUT THE FANTASTIC

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME!

Wow what a show. I was blown away. The exhibitors

catered for what I was there for and together we

brainstormed future possibilities of use. The seminars

were exceptional and I took a lot away from them.

I am looking forward to next year.”

Arry Georgiou, Creative Manager, F&F Tesco, UK

Programme may be subject to change – please check www.retaildesignexpo.com for details


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Retail Design

Expo

2016 Features

NEW FOR 2016:

At the request of thousands

of visitors to the inaugural

Retail Design Expo, we are

introducing a dedicated

Shopper Marketing Conference

to the already strong line-up

of retail design, branding and

visual merchandising sessions.

Shopper Marketing performs

an integral role in the overall

in-store experience as both a driver of sales and brand equity.

Our top-line speakers will discuss hot topics such as

attracting customers into the store, using shopper marketing

across various channels, managing the delivery at the point

of sale across different outlets and many more.

Speakers include: Coca-Cola, William Grant & Sons, Unilever,

Pepsi, Tesco, HJ Heinz Company, Wickes, Grey Shopper,

Haygarth among many others.

I attended Retail Design Expo

as an Advertising & Marketing

Producer looking for new ideas

for digital technologies that can

be used in-store. I was inspired

by talks from industry experts

from major retail brands and

from creative/design agencies.

Everyone I met was full of energy

and enthusiasm for retail.”

Eleanor Elliot, Ralph Lauren

Advertising and Production

Making a return to Retail

Design Expo, the scheme

is designed to celebrate,

encourage and promote the

future stars of retail design.

This year, students from six

colleges are competing for

internships at leading retailers

and design consultancies

including Pentland, Arcadia,

Dalziel and Pow, MWorldwide,

Graven Images, FITCH and Checkland Kindleysides. All

shortlisted work will be displayed at Retail Design Expo 2016

and the two winners will be announced in one of the first

day’s sessions of the star-studded conference programme.

CHAMPAGNE BARS AND BISTROS

Innovative UK design consultancies

and architects come together in an

exciting key feature at Retail Design

Expo. The Designer Pavilion hosts

companies in the centre of the floor,

with many other leading designers

exhibiting elsewhere in the hall. With

London topping the polls as the

most attractive city in the world for

international retailers, the Designer

Pavilion is a honeypot for retailers and

brands checking out new partners.

Take time out to relax with new and old contacts.


www.retaildesignexpo.cOM • 11

The Visual Merchandising

Visitors Lounge on the 1st floor

Gallery area is a dedicated space

for VM conference speakers,

VM Workshop practitioners,

and all Visual Merchandising

professionals to meet and greet,

catch up with each other and

to make new contacts and to

renew old ones.

Trends expert Stylus is

on hand providing design

and marketing insights

to businesses looking for

inspiration, cutting-edge

innovation and best-practice

case studies.

With an ever-present eye

on the future, the newly

launched VM Student Awards

are intended to support

new talent and to recognise

students’ achievements in the

field of Visual Merchandising.

Students from three colleges

have taken part in the contest.

All shortlisted work will be

displayed at the exhibition and the three winners will be

announced on the first day of the conference. The prize will

consist of paid work placements at Liberty, Oasis and Browns.

The Retail Design and

Marketing Visitor Lounge on the

1st floor Gallery area is a private

space for conference speakers,

retailers, brand marketers,

architects, shopfitters and

design consultants to meet

up and network.

International focus

Of the 12,000+ visitors in March 2015, over 1,500 came

from overseas. With London heralded as the leading global

retail destination, and therefore the most obvious location

for Europe’s biggest and fastest growing annual retail and

branding event, it is no surprise that even more international

visitors will be coming to Olympia in March 2016, all keen to

discover the latest thinking and the best new suppliers.

London continues to be a magnet for new brands from

across the globe. The UK is the top destination for brands the

world wants to buy so is perfectly placed for international

retail expansion success and is the first choice for

international retailers expanding abroad. Right now London

is at the epicentre of the retail universe with more innovation,

industry leading eCommerce and essential retail design and

branding expertise as well as being the world’s retail capital

in terms of expenditure.


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Innovation is crucial to

the success of modern

multichannel retailing, and

that is why it sits at the heart

of both Retail Design Expo

and Retail Digital Signage

Expo. Our visitors constantly

demand more innovation.

The Retail Design, Marketing and Digital Signage sectors will now have their own

Innovation Trail & Awards. Exhibitors have submitted their innovations, with the

shortlist being selected by a specialist panel of retailers, marketers and visual

merchandisers. The overall winner will be announced at the show.

All shortlisted innovations will be showcased in the Retail Design, Marketing and

Digital Signage Innovation Trail & Awards. It will help you navigate the vast range

of solutions on offer on the show floor with a special trail, plus a Winners Wall with

the story behind the shortlisted innovations. Here are the shortlisted entries:

Company Stand number Innovation

Armourcoat

H50 ArmourFX – modular surface solutions

Bright Goods

E55 LED Filament Light Bulbs – retrofit

CJ Retail Solutions

F40 POPsysPRO – proprietary live data field

agent reporting platform

Glassolutions Saint-Gobain H72 VS-! – mullion only curtain wall/screen

Global Display

E40 Eco Mannequin – sustainable alternative

to glass fibre

Green Hippo Ltd

F73 Par4Keet Player – unique media to screen

for video playback

Green Room

H40 Digital Concept Store – Sun & Sand Sports

ICON

P10 Meshh – hyperlocal wifi network

Iconeme Ltd

P6 VMBeacon – engagement, loyalty, sales, analytics

and education in one app, one system

Innonet Company Limited B51 Light and Intelligent Digital Signage

(Retail Digital Signage Expo)

Leach Impact

E70 Vision 3 D – non-flat tension fabric systems

officeTwelve

DES4 Making a splash with trash – Paris launch

of Converse’s Spring/Summer Collection

PosterFix S.L

F74 PosterFix – no tools display system

RTF Europe Limited

P1 SmartCircle – multi-platform sales tool for retailers

to control marketing information and price tags

Strata Tiles

F61 Trinity Collection – designed for Harvey Nichols

first concept store

Umdasch Shopfitting Group E50 ESL inclusive – closed shelf electronic

price labeling

Unibox Retail

G31 Kontakt – no wires, no connectors lit shelving

WBC

F31 BRIX – unique modular display system

Well done Retail Design Expo…

what a great show!! The UK has

really lacked an exhibition to

service the Retail Design industry

with a good exhibition over the

years and you really nailed it!!

Lots of great seminars sharing

interesting and forward thinking

insights. I loved that there was a

VM Workshop in support of all

tiers of this discipline, as well as

the more formal theatres where

the industry minds shared views,

ideas and innovation. I attended

other international retail design

exhibitions this year and this one

was by far the best.”

Sarah Jane Shewring, Visual

Merchandising Department Manager

Creative Eye, Chalhoub Group, Dubai

For me, the Expo both identified

solutions to issues we knew we

had, and inspired ideas we

hadn’t previously considered.

The exhibitors offered so much

to engage with, and it was great

to see the big names in retail

design alongside more niche

suppliers and service teams.”

Rebecca Floyd, Junior Architect,

Hackett London


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EXHIBITOR OVERVIEW

Doubling in size for 2016, Retail Design Expo will host

over 250 suppliers from all over the world, making

it Europe’s leading annual event for innovation and

inspiration in retail design, marketing, branding,

visual merchandising, architecture and shopfitting.

This huge selection of exhibitors means that Retail Design Expo is the very best way to

keep up to date with the plethora of innovations, new approaches to customer engagement

and new thinking. Retail and branding professionals are constantly in the eye of the storm

of change, challenge and innovation. It is, therefore, crucial for them to keep up with their

customers’ ever-changing shopping habits and demands across all channels – because

those that don’t will fail.

Retail Design Expo exhibitors will demonstrate a huge range of innovations and solutions,

new ideas, products, materials, structures, fixtures and fittings, with one thing in common

– they are all being driven by the consumer and finding the right partners to work with is

critical in helping retailers and brands survive and flourish.

Exhibitor Categories

Retail Design Expo will have solutions for all areas of the business:

Lighting

Visual Merchandising

Furniture, Furnishings & Fixtures

Non-digital signage/graphics, Large FORMAT print

Design Consultancies

Architects

Digital Screens/Signage

POP & POS

Packaging

Surfaces & Flooring

Shopfitting

Installation Specialists

Wall Coverings and Systems Suppliers

Marketing & Trend Consultancies/Agencies

Media & Trade Associations

Display Units, Equipment, trollies and BASKETS

Shelving

Here are just some of the outstanding

exhibitors at Retail Design Expo:

100% Group

Alrec

ALU

AM Systems

Andy Thornton

Arken

Armourcoat

Barber Design

Baro Lighting

BgReklam

Blacks VM

Ceramiche Caesar

Checkland Kindleysides

CJ Retail Solutions

CTD Architectural Tiles

Dalziel & Pow

Fairfield Display and Lighting

Formica

Global Display

Green Room

Harlequin

Havells Sylvania

HI-MACS by LG Hausys

ICON

iGuzzini

Kriska Décor

Mad About Design

Marins UK

Mersons Group

Modern-Expo UK Ltd

Noble Gift Packaging

Pennant

Philips

POS Warehouse

Quattrobi

Reggiani

Self Electronics

Shoplight/SLE

Solutions Diverse

Strata Tiles

Stylo

Tagra Lighting

Tarkett

Ted Todd

The Retail Factory

Umdasch

Unibox

Universal Display

Visual Edge

Vitrashop Group

Wieland Electric

Don’t forget to check out Retail Design World. Retail Design Expo’s online magazine will be

focusing on many of the Retail Design Expo 2016 exhibitors in the weeks leading up to the show.

You can read the full articles at www.retaildesignworld.com


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LED

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Floorplan

Access via Stairs

from RBTE to RDE

& Retail Digital Signage Expo

Retail Digital

Signage Expo

FIRE

EXIT

FACP

KITCHEN

ROOM 1

Access via Stairs

from RBTE to RDE

& Retail Digital Signage Expo

Access via Stairs

from RBTE to RDE

& Retail Digital Signage Expo

C70

West Hall Entrance

lift and stairs

to RDE Registration

The Digital Signage

Bistro & Champagne Bar

B29 B31

B41

B15 B19 B21 B25 MultiQ

B45

B49 B50 B51 B53 B54

B57

Simple

PASSENGER

Video

Radiant / Digital Media

LIFT No. 4

Armagard

FirstView Ideum

Screens Innonet

BITVU

Poster

Systems

B9 Optoma /

Projection

Artworks / Texas

Instruments

C1

DynaScan

Retail Design Expo

ROOM 2

THE HENLEY SUITE

FIRE

EXIT

ROOM 3

H2O

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

ROOM 4

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

GOODS LIFT

No. 1

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

LIFT 32

C3

LIFT 33

ORGANISER'S

OFFICES

Retail Digital Signage Expo

DISABLED PERSONS

REFUGE POINT

B66

B62

B58

Telefonica-On The Spot

B16

B20 B12 B24

B30 B32 B36 B40 B44 B48

B-Tech Boscabox Videmo On hold On hold

/ HDI

Int Ltd B10

B6

Pioneer Group

B2

3M

C9

Kitchen

Stratacache

SWITCH ROOM

Info Desk

F1

Geaves Surface

Solutions

Fairfield Display & Lighting

G1

F21 F20 E20

Shortcut

Graphica

Display

Ceramiche Caesar D20 C20

Magup

F23

Visual

GDS

Dexretail E22

Retailing

Visual Edge

G24 G20

Renolit Wieland

G25 G21

Phoenix Barber

Wharf Design

Doro Tape / Roland

AT Ind

Ultima

H22

L20

H21

Briggs Hillier

H30

G31 G30

F31 F30 E30

D32 C30

LG

Electronics

CD-UK Corian

Summit

Retail

Visive

Group

WBC

Moduleo

Unibox

Stairs to

RDE & Retail Digital Signage Expo

from

RBTE & Grand Hall Registration

E32a E32b

Checkland

Kindleysides

Alu

F32

Vitrashop

Group

Retail Design & Branding

Theatre 1

C33

Handy

AV

D33

Marin's

G32

iGuzzini

White Light

Tuning Lab

G33

Dalziel &

Pow

MAgnetic

Solutions

L30

C38

Pixel

Inspiration /

10 Squared

/ NEC

PromoSigns

D38

CTD

Architectural

Tiles

E40

F40

CJ Retail

Solutions

Pennant

Global Display

F42

Mirage

Spa

F43

Compact

Lighting

DES6 DES7

Millington

Associates JE+1

Design4Retail

Shopworks

DES5

DES8

Designers

DES4 Pavilion DES1

OfficeTwelve

Mynt

Design

Double Wanda

Europe Creative

DES3 DES2

H40

Green

Room

J40

J41

K40

Waddington

& Ledger

L31

Orgar Aluminium

C40

Modern

Expo

LiveSpace

D41

cdw +

partners

H42

CADA

Design

Group

J42

Sarah

Feather

Design

C50

Harrison

Instore

D50

rpa

group

E50

Umdasch

E51

Creation

Shopfitters

E55

Bright Goods

F50

Stylo

H50 G50

Armourcoat Blacks

VM

J50

Display

Team

J55

Retail Services

The Designer Coffee

Shop

C60

Esprit

Digital

D60

Stamp

Design

D62

Kriska

Decor

D64

Tait

Design

J60

H61 G61 G60

F61 F60 E61 E60

National

Self

Association of Dufaylite

Advance

Strata VKF

Electronics

Shopfitters

Rensel

3A Aspecta

Lighting

Tiles

Composites

G63 G62

J62

H63 H62

POS

Andy

F63 F62

Baro

Trade

Noble Gift

Thornton

Foxbarn

Warehouse Norlux

E63 E62

Lines

Packaging

Calfe Pulse Lighting

Crimmings

J61

Quadrant2

Design

J63

Clik Clik

K65

Colorful

C61

On hold

Y16 Y12 Y14 Y18 Y24 Y26 Y30

Laser On

Lines hold

Y8

Y6

On hold

Y2 Y4

Signwaves

Inurface

E71 E70

MJ

Lighting

Leach Impact

F72

Swarm

F73 Green

Hippo

F75

Progress

Lighting

F74

Posterfix

G73

Oriam Green

G74 G72

Creative

Design Effebi

(Europe) Ltd

G75

Display

By

Design

H72 H71

Glassolutions Retail

/ Ecophon

Design

Solutions

J70

DIA Systems Limited

K70

EcoTop

UK Ltd

VENUE MANAGEMENT

OFFICES

Spillage

DISABLED PERSONS

EVACUATION POINT

VM Speaker and Visitor

Lounge

The Retail Design Speaker and

Visitor Lounge

Innovation Trail &

Awards Area

sponsored by 20.20

Y11 Y17 Y19 Y21 Y23

On

On hold

hold

Y9

Y5

On hold

Y1 Y3

Caterham

Marble &

Granite

Barrier

International

Decorative

Surfaces

P4

F82

SignFab

G83

Up Up &

Away

H84

Optimum Neon

Bgreklam

H80

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

STAIRS TO

GROUND FLOOR

GOODS

LIFT 35

Access via Stairs

to RDE

Q4

Q1

Essex Signs &

Displays

P5

Alchemy

P3

Ganter Interior

P2

A.S.H.

Plastics

Norden

Draughting

Q2

P1

RTF

Europe

O1

Q5

Q3

P6

Smart Pixel

Formica

Solus

Ceramics

Universal

Display

P7

Novograf

Q9

HI-MACS by LG

Hausys / James

Latham

S1 S3

Contra Cinimod

Vision Studio T1 A1 Designs

Q7

Mustang

Systems /

Sitour

M1 M3

Display

N1

Lighting Retail Focus

U1

Q10

P12

ISI Global

P10

N12

N10

U3

T10

S10

ICON

M10

Wonder Media

Experience

W1

Signmaster Systems

Electrosonic

HMK

Solutions

Diverse

DZD

M16

M14

P16

P14

N14

Champagne Bar

Momentum

Instore

S6 T6

100% Group Colyer

Phillips

The Retail

Factory

Alrec

N16

AM

Systems

Four

Graphics

Retail Design Student Awards sponsored by ITAB UK

V10 V12

Barberini Maxilux

LED

V16

Sodem

U12

Tagra Lighting

U14

Arken

U10

V20 V22

Mirri - a

division Amwell

Systems

Celloglas

V24 V28

NEC

V26 Graph-Fix

Rossetti

Edizioni

U20 U22

Hargreaves Design &

Reclaimed

Flooring Display

U26 U28

B Brown Martini Light

M20 M22

N18 N20

P18 P20

Q20

R20

R24

S20

T20

sdea

T22

Caem

The Silk

Quattrobi

Reggiani

Mad

Forest

Arken

POPAI

Araven

About

Design

M24 M28

N22 N24

P22 P24

Ted Todd Tarkett

A1

R26

S26

T26

Durable Jansen Havells

Retail DAW Signs

Display Sylvania

TRO Group

Zumtobel

DisplayPlan

/ Thorn

VM Student Awards sponsored by Harlequin

M29

P34

N31

N30

M34

M32

Solits

V30

The Reclaimed

Flooring

Company

U32

U30

T30

S30

R30

R34 B-Loony

Q38 Plinths.London

Ormerod

Q34 Architects

M30

Harlequin

Horizon

RMS

U38

Philips

Lighting

Mersons

Group

U35

UIS

Shopper

Marketing Theatre

N34

Illuma Lighting

N33

Shop

Equipment

S35

Info Desk

U40

Stylus

Shoplight / SLE

Selfie Area

Access to Central Hall

from Second RDE

Registration Area

SERVICE

DUCT

VM Conference Theatre

Retail Design & Branding

Theatre 2

VM Workshop

P40

Access to Central Hall

from Second RDE

Registration Area

Central Hall Entrance

lift and stairs

LIFT 34

WEST HALL

(LEVEL 1)

ENTRANCE

DISABLED PERSONS

REFUGE POINT

DISABLED PERSONS

REFUGE POINT

BABY

CHANGE

Spillage

Retail Digital Signage Expo

RBTE (ground floor)

Retail Design

Expo

Retail Design Expo

Don’t forget to join

us at the Big Party

at 4.45pm at the

RETAIL Design Expo

CHAMPAGNE Bar on

wednesday 9 march

Correct at time of going to press – see www.retaildesignexpo.com


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Exhibitor List

100% Group S6

3A Composites GmbH

E61

A.S.H Plastics Ltd

P2

A.T. Industries Ltd

H20

A1 Designs

T1

A1 Retail

M24

Advance International Ltd

H61

Alchemy Expo Ltd

P5

Alrec

P14

ALU

E32b

Amwell Systems Ltd

V22

Andy Thornton Limited

G63

Araven S.L

T22

Arken

R24 & U14

Armourcoat

H50

Aspecta

E60

B Brown

U26

Barber Design Consultancy Ltd

G21

Barberini Allestimenti

V10

BARO Lighting UK Ltd

G62

BGREKLAM d.o.o

H80

Blacks VM

G50

B-Loony Ltd

R34

Briggs Hillier

H21

Bright Goods

E55

Cada Design Group

H42

Caem

M22

Calfe Crimmings

E63

Caterham Marble & Granite

Y1

CD (UK) Ltd – Corian

E30

cdw+partners

D41

Ceramiche Caesar S.p,A

E20

Checkland Kindleysides

E32a

Cinimond Studio Ltd

S3

CJ Retail Solutions Ltd

F40

Clik-Clik Systems

J63

Colorful

K65

Colyer Phillips

T6

Compact Lighting

F43

Contra Vision Supplies Limited

S1

Creation Shopfitting

E51

Creative Design (Europe) Limited G74

CTD Achitectural Tiles

D38

Dalziel and Pow

G33

DAW Signs

P24

Design & Display Ireland

U22

Design4Retail

DES5

Dexretail

F23

DIA Systems Limited

J70

Display by Design

G75

Display Lighting Ltd

M3

Display Team UK Ltd

J50

DisplayPlan Limited

S26

Doro Tape

L20

Double Europe Ltd

DES3

Dufaylite Developments Limited G60

Durable UK Ltd

N22

DZD

S10

EcoTop UK Limited

K70

Effebi S.p.a.

G72

Electrosonic

U1

Essex Signs & Displays Ltd

Q1

Fairfield Displays & Lighting Ltd

G1

Formica

Four Graphics Ltd

Foxbarn Limited

Ganter Interior GmbH

Geaves Surface Solutions

Glassolutions

Global Display

Graphica Display

Green Hippo Limited

Green Room

Hargreaves Reclaimed Flooring

Harlequin

Harrison Instore

Havells Sylvania

HI-MACS by LG Hausys

HMK

Horizon Retail Marketing Solutions

ICON

Iconeme

iGuzzini White Light Tuning Lab

Illuma Lighting

International Decorative Surfaces

ISI Global

James Latham

Jansen Display Ltd

JE+1

KriskaDECOR

Laser Lines Ltd

Leach Impact

Mad About Design Ltd

Magnetic Solutions Ltd

Marin’s UK Limited

Martini Light

Maxilux LED’s

Mersons Group

Millington Associates

Mirage Spa

Mirri – A Division of Celloglas

MJ Lighting Technology Ltd

Modern-Expo UK Ltd

Moduleo

Momentum Instore

Mustang Systems

Mynt Design

National Association of Shopfitters

NEC Graph-Fix

Noble Gift Packaging Ltd

Norden Draughting Ltd

Norlux UK

Novograf

officeTwelve

Optimum Signs Ltd

Orgbar Aluminum Ltd

Oriam Green

Omerod Architects

Pennant Shop Equipment Ltd

Philips Lighting

Phoenix Wharf

plinths.london

POPAI

POS Warehouse

PosterFix S.L

Progress Lighting

Q3

N14

F63

P3

F1

H72

E40

F21

F73

H40

U20

P34

C50

P22

Q9

N12

M34

P10

P6

G32

N34

P4

P12

Q9

N24

DES7

D62

Y12

E70

T20

D33

F32

U28

V12

S30

DES6

F42

V20

E71

J40

G30

Q10

Q7

DES1

G61

V28

F62

Q4

H63

P7

DES4

H84

L31

G73

Q34

J41

T30

G25

Q38

S20

J62

F74

F75

PromoSigns Ltd

Pulse Lighting Ltd

Quadrant2Design

Quattrobi

Reggiani Lighting Ltd

RENOLIT Cramlington Ltd

Retail Design Solutions

Retail Focus

Retail Services

Rossetti Edizioni

rpa:group

RTF Europe Ltd

Saint – Gobain Ecophon

Sarah Feather Design

Self Electronics

Shop Display & Equipment Association

Shop Equipment Ltd

Shoplight Ltd

Shopworks

Shortcut

SignFab (UK) Ltd

Signmaster Systems

Signwaves Ltd

Sitour Merchandising

SLE

Smart Pixels

Sodem System

Solits

Solus Ceramics

Solutions Diverse Ltd

STAMP Design Ltd

Strata Tiles Ltd

Stylo

Stylus

Summit Retail Supplies Ltd

Swarm Ltd

Tagra Lighting

Tait Design

Tarkett Ltd

Ted Todd

The Reclaimed Flooring Company

The Retail Factory

The Silk Forest

Thorn Lighting Ltd

Trade Lines Shop Equipment Limited

TRO Group

UIS

Ultima

Umdasch

Unibox

Up Up & Away

Visive Group

Visual Edge

Visual Retailing

Vitrashop Group

VKF Renzel (UK) Ltd

Waddington and Ledger

Wanda Creative

WBC

White Light Tuning Lab

Wieland Electric

Wonder Media Experience

Zumtobel Lighting Ltd

L30

E62

J61

P18

P20

G24

H71

N1

J55

V26

D50

P1

H72

J42

J60

N18

N33

S35

DES8

F20

F82

W1

Y2

Q7

S35

Q5

V16

M2

Q2

T10

D60

F61

F50

U40

D32

F72

U12

D64

R20

Q20

V30

P16

N20

T26

H62

R26

U35

H22

E50

G31

G83

F30

E22

D20

H30

F60

K40

DES2

F31

G32

G20

M10

T26

See page 4 for Retail Digital Signage Expo exhibitors


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DON’T MISS OUT

A DAY, OR TWO, AT RETAIL DESIGN EXPO,

RETAIL DIGITAL SIGNAGE EXPO AND RBTE

WILL BE THE MOST PRODUCTIVE TIME THAT

YOU CAN SPEND!

INDUSTRY SUPPORT FOR RETAIL DESIGN EXPO:

The Retail Design Expo Steering Panel advises on all aspects of the event, including who should be exhibiting, who should be speaking

and what special features should be included at the show.

Here is the Retail Design Expo 2016 Steering Panel:

● Kim Morris, Head of Store Design, John Lewis

● Peter Franks, Director of Store Development, Primark

● Nick Widdowson, Merchandising & Creative Controller,

Unilever UK

● Linda Hewson, Creative Director, Selfridges

● Tony Holdway, Former Director of Brand, House of Fraser

● Liz Silvester, Head of Visual Identity, Liberty

● Alan Taylor, Head of Retail Design, B&Q

● Mike Bradshaw, Director of In-Store and Merchandising, Boots

● Simon Bentley, Former Head of Store Design & Merchandise,

O2 (Telefónica) and Argos

● Joe Ward, Associate Director of Shopper Marketing,

Coca-Cola Enterprises

● Sandrine Gravsholt, Retail Design and Visual Merchandising

Director, Lancôme and Clarisonic

● Chris Aubrey, Global Director of Retail, Dyson

● Carlo Lambi, Shopfitting Director, River Island

● Nathan King, Head of Visual, Warehouse

● Robert Goodman, General Manager, Bluewater Land Securities

● Craig Smith, Brand Communication Director, Ted Baker

● Sean McCorry, Director of Global Environments, Timberland

● Simon Threadkell, Design, Formats & Planning Director,

Tesco Stores Ltd

● Stephen Robertson, Former Marketing Director, B&Q

and Former DG of the BRC

● David Dalziel, Group Creative Director, Dalziel & Pow

● Tim Greenhalgh, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, FITCH

● Jeff Kindleysides, Founder, Checkland Kindleysides

● Jon Tollit, Principal, Gensler

● Richard Ash, CEO & Founder, Green Room

● Phil Day, Director, POPAI UK & Ireland

● Robert Hudson, Chief Executive, The National Association

of Shopfitters

● Lawrence Cutler, Director, Shop and Display Equipment

Association

Media Partners

Supporters

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RIBA Journal

If you only visit one retail event this year then make it Retail Design Expo,

Retail Digital Signage Expo and RBTE. You’ll find more answers to your challenges

than anywhere else, and you’ll never be more productive and inspired.

Register today FREE

www.retaildesignexpo.com

Retail Design Expo is located in Olympia West (Upper), Olympia

Central and Olympia Grand Gallery, London W14 8UX.

There are two entrances for visitors to Retail Design Expo –

the West Hall Foyer on Blythe Road, and the Olympia Central

entrance on Hammersmith Road.

Closest tube/train station is Kensington Olympia

For more information

Contact the Retail Design Expo team on +44 (0)20 8874 2728

or email info@retaildesignexpo.com

Retail Design Expo is organised by

Legend Exhibition Ltd, 6 Morie Street, London SW18 1SL

www.retaildesignexpo.com

All information correct at the time of going to press.

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