Talking Shop from A to Gen Z

Inside-Retail-Advert--FinalAMP Capital recently released the latest edition of the Recommended Retail Practice Report – From A to Gen Z: Shopping with the Future Generation, which found that Gen Zs, the ‘Future Shoppers’ of Australia, favour shopping in-store over online shopping.

Come along to a FREE breakfast session to learn how to achieve success in the retail industry by acknowledging your Future Shoppers.

Generation Z are your future and it’s important to keep them top of mind as they emerge as the key contributors towards change in the retail space.

Who are Gen Z? What do they value? What do they want?

The next event in the Talking Shop Series will be held on:

Wednesday 3 May, Level 25 AMP Tower, Alfred Street, Circular Quay at 7.30am.

Hosted by Melissa Hoyer

Melissa Hoyer has a passion for style, pop culture, travel and trends and is recognised as one of Australia’s leading commentators.

Currently, Melissa is an editor at Large for the country’s number one news website, news.com.au.  Melissa is a social media enthusiast, commentator and reporter having embraced the digital sphere when she was the fashion and social editor on both the Daily and Sunday Telegraphs in Sydney.

Guest Speakers:

Erica Van Lieven, managing director, Direction First

Erica has been a leader and innovator in the Australian market research industry for over 19 years. She is valued as a consultant and commentator in the fields of insights, marketing, technology and the future of business. Her agency, Direction First, comprises a team of multi-disciplinary professionals committed to driving their clients’ businesses forward in a world of disruptive change.

Barrie Barton, strategy & insights director at Right Angle

Barrie Barton is a lawyer by qualification but an urbanist by passion, his deep understanding of human behaviour sits at the core of all the company’s work and has ensured that their advice is of enduring value to clients who need to understand how people will be in the future – not just how they are

in the present. In 2005, Right Angle Studio was set up with a simple but important ambition: to understand and improve life in cities.

Natasha Ritz brand communications manager, Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics

Natasha has worked in marketing for the last 9 years and has experience working on traditional and digital marketing. Natasha works across public relations, social media, events, design and communications in order to build brand awareness, retention and drive business results, for Lush. Natasha strives to create an engaging, immersive brand experience for the consumer across all in-store and digital mediums. She works with the customer at the forefront of all strategic decisions to build lasting relationships.

Christina Butcher, blogger and founder, Romance Media

Christina Butcher is a New York Times’ bestselling author and the hair behind HairRomance.com, one of the world’s biggest hair blogs. Not content with running just one site, she branched out to create the award-winning travel and lifestyle blog, MrAndMrsRomance.com. Her company, Romance Media, reaches a digital audience of over 385k monthly readers and over 450k followers

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