CSNA offers guidance at the SHOP
The CSNA will be delivering practical and manageable advice on how to adapt to new legislation at this year's SHOP expo
1 September 2008 | 0
How to deal with major legislative changes regarding the sale of alcohol in retail outlets will be the main focus at this year’s SHOP exhibition (RDS, 29 Sept – 1 Oct), says the CSNA. “Practical and manageable advice on how retailers can adapt to these changes internally whilst maintaining favourable customer relations,” will be the subject of a series of educational demonstrations and seminars at the event. Presented in association with the CSNA, the hugely popular Virtual SHOP will offer a number of practical demonstrations and workshops, offering advice and tips on how to deal with business in the current climate and continue to maximise profits.
CEO of the CSNA, Vincent Jennings says: “In today’s increasingly competitive and changing retailing environment we feel it is hugely important that retailers arm themselves with as much information as possible in order to keep their business as successful as possible. The organisers of SHOP have understood this and delivered a way to absorb a lot of important information in a practical and memorable way. Retailers will learn a lot from this aspect of the event.”