Headline Themes at MAPIC 2012
Plus special events!
14-16 November 2012 - Palais des Festivals, Cannes
PARIS, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The 18th edition of MAPIC opens for business November 14.
Multi-channelling, interaction between culture and shopping, retailing in transit hubs, and Russia as Country of Honour, are the key themes at this 18th MAPIC.
Organised by Reed MIDEM, a Reed Exhibitions subsidiary, MAPIC will be held in Cannes from 14-16 November.
MAPIC will focus on the topical issue of how e-commerce is impacting mainstream retailing practices. What are the new strategies being implemented by retail professionals and retail real estate players?
- Digital Summit (invitation only)
Tuesday, 13 November – 2:30pm to 5pm
In an increasingly connected world, a digital summit has been organised for the first time as a pre-opener session. The main theme is the impact of new technologies on the future of retail real estate.
- Opening Keynote: Inventing the future of retail
Wednesday, 14 November - 10am (Champs Elysees)
Speaker: Robert Tercek, Founder of General Creativity Consulting and President of Creative Visions Foundation (US).
- E-commerce: impact and consequences for the logistics industry
Thursday, 15 November - 12:15pm (Champs-Elysees)
- Visit More VISION pavilion
Wednesday, 14 November – 4:00pm - More VISION Pavilion, Riviera, level 01
MAPIC is organising a presentation session for the press to illustrate various aspects of the 'shop of the future', with a full-scale simulation of the consumer experience at different steps from home to the point of sale, showcasing six innovative technologies.
If you want to attend the presentation visit at the More VISION Pavilion, please confirm with Marion CAILLOL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Culture and shopping
Driven by changes in consumption patterns, there is a new trend that involves increasing interaction between retailing and culture. From partnerships to joint M&S strategies, what kinds of new collaborative models are emerging? Can culture play a key role in improving both the perception of and footfall in shopping centres?
- Culture & Shopping: can we make it work?
Wednesday, November 14 - 11:15 (Oxford)
Speakers: Europa City SAS - Auchan (France), Corio NV (Netherlands), Stary Browar (Poland), Cite des Science et de l'Industrie (France), Centre Pompidou (France)
- That magic moment: Entice, Welcome and Persuade through Culture Several sessions at the More VISION Pavilion: Wednesday the 14th at 3:30pm, Thursday the 15th at 3pm, Friday the 16th at 11:30am
- A happy marriage: Culture and Retail in Love
Several sessions at the More VISION Pavilion: Wednesday the 14th at 10:30am, Thursday the 15th at 11:30am, and Friday the 16th at 10:30pm
Special attention will also be given to retailing in transit hubs such as train stations and airports, where there has been significant growth of shopping centres in recent years.
- Shaping retail in transit hubs: current and future trends
Wednesday, 14 November, 11:15am (Champs Elysees)
Speakers: CapitaMalls Asia Limited (Singapore), Grandi Stazioni (Italy), Portland (United Kingdom)
- Retail in transit and tourist hubs: top ten locations
Wednesday, 14 November - 11:30am (More VISION Pavilion)
A new space dedicated exclusively to retail in transit hubs (in Lerins Hall) will feature leading players, including A2C, Grandi Stazioni and ATRI (Associazione Travel Retail Italia) for presentation sessions.
Russia 'Country of Honour' at MAPIC 2012
This year, Russia will be in the MAPIC Country of Honour. Thirty stands for Russian developers and a series of special events and conferences throughout the event will enable everyone to deepen their knowledge of this rapidly expanding market. The celebrations begin with the MAPIC opening reception with a distinctly Russian flavour.
- MAPIC opening reception
Tuesday, 13 November, 7.30pm at the hotel Majestic Barriere.
- Special 'Russia Country of Honour' Keynote: "the future of the retail real estate market in Russia"
Wednesday, 14 November, 3:00pm (Champs Elysees)
Maxim Karbasnikoff, Partner, Head of Retail Services, Cushman & Wakefield (Russia)
Other must-attend events
- MAPIC Awards Night
Thursday, 15 November at 11:00pm at the Hotel Martinez
At 11:45pm.: fashion show by Marseille retailers.
- Final MAPIC 2012 press conference: Key takeaways
Friday, 16 November at 10am - Agora Room, Palais des Festivals, level 01
- Nathalie Depetro, Director of MAPIC (France)
- Maxim Karbasnikoff, Partner, Head of Retail Services, Cushman & Wakefield (Russia)Moderator:
Mark Faithfull, Editor of the MAPIC Daily News
To view the full programme of events and conferences, click here.
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