FAST FWD>> The Future of Wholesale

 

In its 100 years of representing wholesalers, the Federation of Wholesale Distributors has seen many changes in its members support and service to retailers and caterers. With the pace of change increasing, this year’s conference will go Fast Forward to the future of wholesale. 

Wholesalers, suppliers, service providers, economists and futurologists will give their visions of our evolving sector, and share their advice for grasping opportunities as this dynamic route to market moves into a new era.

  • The future of wholesale 
  • The changing trading environment
  • Brexit and beyond
  • Lessons from new competitors
  • Preparing through partnerships
  • Future-fit technology and data platforms
  • Customer feedback and consumer insight
  • Building teams and developing talent
  • Wholesalers’ plans for multichannel distribution

Fast FWD>> The Future of Wholesale takes place at The Football Association’s headquarters, St George’s Park, Burton-on-Trent on June 28 2018. Stay with us after the business sessions for drinks, dinner, networking and England v. Belgium in the World Cup.

Contact Nikki Connor by February 28 for early bird discount rates of £399+ VAT for wholesaler and supplier members, held from last year. This price include conference, drinks reception, dinner and one night accommodation on the 28th.

nikki@fwd-uk.com  01323 724952


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