Shoptalk is the world’s largest community of retail changemakers. Founded in 2016 by serial event and technology entrepreneurs Anil & Simran Aggarwal, Shoptalk became America’s largest retail innovation conference in just three years and is now widely accepted as the global home for retail innovators.
Shoptalk Europe marks the global expansion of the Shoptalk brand. Taking place at ExCeL London on 6-8 June 2022, Shoptalk will be uniting the entire European
retail and grocery ecosystems as we come together to reimagine the future of retail.
Over 2,500 attendees from large retailers and brands,startups, technology companies, investors, media and analysts will come together to learn, network, collaborate and evolve. Furthermore, 250+ companies will be demonstrating the latest innovation and trends that continue to transform the sector globally. Across the three days, Shoptalk Europe will host 200+ truly diverse industry leading speakers - from established retailers to innovative new startups and prolific investors.
Snabble Self-Checkout Cloud
Snabble provides the leading, state-of-the-art Self-Checkout Cloud Platform for brick-and-mortar retail. The enterprise grade platform allows retailers around the world to benefit from an elevated customer experience.
From convenient in-app payment, to loyalty management, rich couponing, vending machine support and fiscalisation, Snabble offers a full-featured POS solution for today’s commerce.
A modern microservice architecture and advanced APIs allow simple and fast integration as well as retailer specific customization.
Let`s talk about the future of stationary retail and customer advisory: What's the heart of Brick-&-Mortar? Correct, customer advisory. Especially if you consider it to be the USP compared to e-commerce. One could assume that talking to customers is the most important issue and that staff associates spend 90% of their time with customer conversations. Lesson learned from everyday shopping visits: it's not. There are many tasks the team has to deal with. Thinking about retail technology one could wonder why retailers should implement innovations if they do not contribute to an improvement of the pure gold USP of face-to-face sales.