Fast-paced “Rep-Around” presentations & free product
Sunday, July 8, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Located in Washington B
$35 to Attend (Ticket Required) • Free Product
In this UNITE session, retailers will enjoy fast-paced presentations featuring new products from sponsors. Trends analyses will be interspersed. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
Retailers will sit at tables around the room, and each exhibiting rep will give presentations in five-minute increments. As a retailer, you’ll see quick presentations of the latest trends and products. Each five minutes, the reps will move to another table. The reps will be available after the session to answer further questions and pass out products.
Some reps may offer the opportunity to make purchases during the sessions, and some may use the time to gain feedback. Therefore, as a retailer, you will have the opportunity to both share your feedback, receive special offers, and get free products.
Note: Space is limited to first 120 retailers to sign up. Sign up during online registration. Waitlist will be let in with $35 purchase at 6:45 p.m. Product will not be provided post-event.
Cost: $35 (Limit 2 retail buyers per store)
Industry Trends to be covered:
The Popularity and Sales Trends of Gift Products
Christian gifts have been gaining shelf space with good cause. Find out what’s hot and what marketing practices work in gift trends. Sherry Morris addresses these pivotal questions facing this category.
Sherry Morris, Marketing Manager (Carpentree)
Current Industry Trends for Children’s Products
What are families looking for? What children’s products are selling? What do families purchase beyond books? Dr. Mary Manz Simon sheds light on how to make inventory decisions that will pay off in this important segment.
Dr. Mary Manz Simon, Educator and Consultant
Current Data Trends in the Marketplace
Successful brick-and-mortar stores are providing value through product differentiation, human experiences, and new ways of marketing. Eric Grimm, author of the 2018 CBA State of the Industry Report, recaps major data trends that help retailers connect to customers in ways Amazon and Walmart can’t.
Eric Grimm, Director of Communications (CBA)