Don’t Miss Accessories Magazine’s “Thinking Outside the Box” Retail Presentation at the Javits

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Looking for some new ideas for your store? Make sure to stop by Bright Ideas: Creative Ways For Your Store to Think Outside the Box, at the Javits during the fashion trade shows.

Created by Accessories Magazine Editor-in-Chief Lauren Parker, the presentation will cover topics such as clever pop-ups, eye-catching display/visual merchandising, memorable in-store events, community building with customers, effective social media, advances in technology and much more.

Hermes pop-up at Nordstrom

The roughly hour-long presentation will take place Tuesday, January 10 at 2pm at the Javits Center, Concourse Level. Retailers are encouraged to share their own ideas and experiences at the end for a productive interchange of ideas.

Bright Ideas: Creative Ways For Your Store to Think Outside the Box is free and there is no need to sign up in advance.

The presentation marks the end of a three-day educational program run by Accessories Magazine in connection with AccessoriesTheShow and Accessorie Circuit. Both Accessories magazine and the shows are part of UBM Fashion.

The full conference program is as follows. All presentations are drop in, no reservations required.

retailer-panel_page_1Day 1: Sunday, 2pm, concourse level, Javits Center
Reinventing Retail: How to Stay One Step Ahead in Today’s Changing Market
Moderated by Accessories Magazine Editor-In-Chief Lauren Parker

ats-presentationDay 2: Monday, 2pm, concourse level, Javits Center
Spring/Summer 2017 Trend Presentation
by Accessories Magazine Trend Director Courtney Ignelzi

Day 3: Tuesday, 2pm, concourse level, Javits Center
Bright Ideas: Ways for Retailers to Think Outside the Box
by Accessories Magazine Editor-In-Chief Lauren Parker

See you there!

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