Retail Risk – Cape Town 2017 promises to build on a very successful conference in March earlier this year. While we assemble next year’s conference, here are just some of the highlights from 2016…
EXCLUSIVE SPEAKERS THIS YEAR AT RETAIL RISK – CAPE TOWN
The challenges of delivering security in a dynamic branded environment: Corin Dennison, Director Legal & Compliance (Global Investigations), adidas Group
There’s a delicate balance to be struck, ensuring security and protecting the brand, Corin believes. His insight and experience of tackling crime and protecting business for a brand that has successfully rolled out over 230 new stores in the last 12 months is immensely valuable to any retailer, especially those operating in a fast changing environment. In his presentation he focuses on:
- Stakeholder engagement and collaboration
- Innovation and alignment to your brand
- Added value and ROI
More about Corin…
With over 24 yrs experience within the law enforcement / security arena, Corin served for 19 yrs within the UK Police Service as a Detective, specializing in all areas of major crime including Counter Terrorism, with secondments to the National Football Intelligence Unit and the Foreign Office training Iraqi Police Personnel in the Middle East. Corin held the position of Global Corporate Investigations Manager for Burberry Ltd moving to adidas Group in 2013 taking up the position of Senior Manager Global Investigations. Corin has responsibility for all aspects of investigation management within the adidas Group, overseeing a retail estate of 2800 stores and corporate locations and supporting the Compliance Framework within the Group. Corin regularly presents as a subject matter expert on corporate security and holds the CPP qualification from ASIS International.
The new live and interactive Global Risk Survey comes to Cape Town: Paul Bessant, founder, Retail Knowledge
Be among the first to take part – and benefit from – the Survey. Since 2011 Retail Knowledge’s surveys of retailers primarily in the US, UK and Australia have become an indispensable tool for the industry to benchmark operations and find practical ways to beat fraudsters. Now the survey is going global, real time and widening its remit to cover the risk arena – to produce the most timely, accurate and relevant material ever available on all aspects of retail risk.
Using latest polling technology, the survey canvasses information from delegates at the conference and publishes the results in real time at the event. The material is then compiled into a detailed report.