Retail Digital Signage Expo announces fantastic new speakers in its dedicated Conference programme

Retail Digital Signage Expo, Europe’s leading annual event for the retail digital signage industry will be the backdrop for some of the biggest names in retail digital signage when they take to the stage in the Retail Digital Signage Conference, in association with Intel.
Kash Ghedia, Head of Technology, DIXONS CARPHONE; Fredrik Holmvik, Chief ICA Media, ICA GRUPPE SWEDEN (Sweden’s leading grocery retailer); John Pizzamiglio, Lead for Advertising Strategy, TRANSPORT FOR LONDON; Russell Harte, Head of Technology, DFS and Mark Grady, EMEA Lead, GOOGLE will be among the industry experts speaking in the Retail Digital Signage Conference programme.
Annie Swift, Event Director for Retail Digital Signage Expo and the co-located Retail Design Expo said “The digital signage market is experiencing unprecedented interest and demand from the retail market and brand owners wanting to create impact in their stores and outlets. With so much innovation and dramatically improved screen resolutions, the time is perfect for us to be increasing the digital signage content at the show with this focussed theatre and the high calibre of speakers demonstrates the appetite for more information on this topic. We are also delighted that Intel is joining us in this dynamic venture”.
In addition to independent sessions from leading retailers, brand and hospitality and leisure providers, Intel will host a number of presentations and practical workshops focused on industry trends, success stories, challenges, and collaboration opportunities. Panellists and presentations in the conference programme will come from industry leaders in digital signage adoption, hardware and software providers, and system integrators.
The dedicated conference, alongside the 70+ digital signage exhibitors, will provide visitors with all they need to know to assess manage and invest in the best solutions.

The dates for Retail Digital Signage Expo 2017 are May 8th & 9th 2017, Olympia Grand Gallery, London
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