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Designed by the combined forces of power brands The Grocer and Retail Week, LIVE is the biggest two-day event and conference providing unrivalled access to the most senior fmcg and retail industry contacts.

The annual event brings to life major issues and opportunities within fmcg and retail across several stages, while also providing ample opportunities for leaders and sector influencers to gather and share ideas.

“It’s where the brightest and most curious minds across retail and consumer goods talk openly about the things that matter, from people and performance to planet and products,” say show organisers.

A host of ticket options are available and include an early bird rate for retail and fmcg brand workers. Visit the LIVE website to see the available discounts and to learn more

Big content topics, created by leading retail and fmcg journalists, will give delegates the opportunity to learn about the likes of what keeps a CEO awake at night; whether discounter fmcg retailers can ever win in digital; if there is such a thing as a ‘green’ grocer; and why social media influencers are the new fmcg challenger brands.

Industry leaders and legends will be in attendance en masse. With many more set to be announced, headline speakers include:

  • Former Co-op – now Matalan – CEO Jo Whitfield
  • Marks & Spencer head of people partnering, store ops & property Katie Shaw
  • Cook chief creative officer James Rutter
  • Amazon UK country manager John Boumphrey

LIVE by The Grocer and Retail Week will be held at London’s Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge on 12-13 March 2024.

Last year the event welcomed more than 1,000 attendees, and the new collaboration between Retail Week and The Grocer will ensure an even bigger and better experience for delegates.

It promises to deliver more insight, more collaboration, and more networking, with speakers from the very biggest brands in the sector.

Ultimately, LIVE will arm delegates with the knowledge and contacts to navigate an increasingly changing and complex retail landscape.