- 19 Sep
Nexpo: this week.
It’s finally the week we’ve all been waiting for: this Wednesday 21st September, Retail Assist will unveil Nexpo in partnership with our customer Karen Millen.
Nexpo is an experiential retail technology pop-up store, featuring iconic fashion pieces from Karen Millen’s latest collection. The store is fitted out within Hoxton Arches in London, and will be open for just three days only, from Wednesday 21st September to Friday 23rd September.
We will take you on your future customer journey, showcasing a host of in-store technologies that are affordable, realistic, and readily available to integrate into your current store estate. All exhibiting partners will be at the event, should you have any questions about the technology and how it’s implemented.
A big thank you to our Nexpo retail technology partners who have made this event possible! It’s been a pleasure to develop our relationships as we see the opportunity to innovate, collaborate, and take retailing into the next generation of seamless, convenient omnichannel experiences.
Event details reminder
Getting there: Hoxton Overground station is just over the road, and Old Street is the nearest underground station with about a 15 minute walk to the venue.
Wednesday 21st September: 16:00 -16:45, and 18:00-18:45
Thursday 22nd September: 16:00-16:45, and 18:00-18:45
Friday 23rd September: 16:00-16:45
(After the tours, there’ll be post event networking and drinks).
We can’t wait to see you this week. If you’re not already signed up, there’s still time! Just fill in your details on our registration page, and make sure to check your emails for downloading the Nexpo app, as well as the opportunity to win exclusive Karen Millen vouchers that you can redeem at the event!
Make sure you’re following our Twitter account for live Nexpo updates, and do share your experience with #Nexpo.
For more information about the technology featured, see our Nexpo customer journey infographic.
For more information about each Nexpo partner, see our Nexpo partners blog feature.