s conference locations go, Arizona’s Montelucia Resort & Spa is amongst the most unique. Resplendent with pools and patios and crouched in the noontime shadow of the Camelback Mountains, it is not the place you might expect to find a gathering of some of the industry’s brightest minds and most demanding customers, but then again, […]
The software industry seminar is a well-worn formula. Whether it’s a small business accountancy package or an enterprise level system on display, delegates generally know what to expect.
PTC has set out to do something genuinely new with its summer series of Executive Roundtable events. And after being invited to exclusively report on last month’s high-profile seminar in Paris, WhichPLM were also present at the latest event in the series this month to find out whether that uniqueness had made the transition across the channel.
Continuing our trend for exclusive and detailed event reporting, our Editor sets out in detail his impressions from this year's International Retailing event, which took place in London this June. With a broader remit than the title might suggest, the British Retail Consortium's headline event featured prominent industry figures discussing the changes that retail (both online and high street) has undergone, and how internationalisation is just one of many keys to future growth and profitability on the world stage. Comprehensive and exclusive, Ben Hanson's report is not to be missed.
TXT e-Solutions are no strangers to the fashion capitals of the world. The company is headquartered in Milan - where their first “Thinking Retail!” event took place - and on 29th March the rooftop Jardin d’Hiver in Paris’s Pavillon Kléber played host to the second seminar in that series.
Our Editor, Ben Hanson, was the only journalist invited to the event, and his full, exclusive report is now available to all WhichPLM readers.
Following on from his "Best of NRF 2012", our Editor sets out in detail his impressions from this year's National Retail Federation Conference & Expo. Covering the state of the global retail market, the emerging worldwide trends that hope to reinvigorate it, and PLM's place in both, Ben Hanson's NRF 2012 Report is not to be missed.