RBTE will open its doors later this week. Here’s what to expect

RBTE will open its doors later this week. Here’s what to expect
This year's event will be co-located with the Retail Design Expo and the Retail Digital Signage Expo

Richard Humphreys |

Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE) will open its doors at London’s Olympia on 2nd and 3rd May 2018, providing the retail industry with a comprehensive range of solution providers, educational sessions and networking opportunities.

Co-located with Retail Design Expo (RDE) and Retail Digital Signage Expo (RDSE), the combined offering matches the most significant development in retail – the convergence of offline and online –  by featuring every aspect of store design, visual merchandising and branding. It will also include all the technological solutions that underpin and enable retail success in one place at one time under one roof.

The two-day expo attracts over 18,000 of the industry’s leading technology vendors and suppliers – from established enterprise level solution providers to innovative start-up and market disruptors – as well as key decision-makers from international brands and retailers.

In addition to more than 380 suppliers showcasing the most emerging technologies, including NCR, Verifone, and BOX Technologies, RBTE also offers an informative and interactive speaker programme. Key brands and retailers featured in the 2018 show’s speaker programme include ASOS and John Lewis.

New for the 2018 show, RBTE will also launch a ‘smart networking’ app, ‘My Event’, which allows visitors and exhibitors a match-making service to help set up meetings with brands, retailers, vendors and partners at the exhibition.

“The co-location of RBTE, RDSE and RDE at London Olympia in May means, across the three shows, we offer up even more unparalleled levels of insight and inspiration for the retail sector, making it a ‘must-attend’ event for those looking to explore and exhibit new retail technologies and innovations,” says Matt Bradley, event director at Reed Exhibitions.

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