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Retail Conference 2014 a Smash Hit

Retail Conference 2014 a Smash Hit


New Zealand’s only event tailored for retail owners and managers has gained unprecedented support.

Property Council and the New Zealand Council of Shopping Centres’ annual Retail Conference in Auckland is targeted specifically at owners and managers of retail property in New Zealand It offers a mix of highly sought-after national and international presenters, perspectives and case studies from the industry’s leading figures.

Retail Conference 2014 will host a wide range of speakers who will present on research, Christchurch’s retail development, property design trends, and significant projects.

One significant project being highlighted this year is the Westgate Town Centre, one of New Zealand’s most ambitious town building projects rapidly taking shape in Northwest Auckland.

Campbell Barbour, General Manager at NZPRG, will present on Westgate and says the conference is an important event for the industry.

“The retail conference is always a great chance to share information and be informed on what’s happening in the industry. I look forward to updating the delegates on developments at Westgate.”

Other topics on the agenda will include the economic outlook for the retail industry, the latest legal issues, leasing challenges and relevant technology updates.

Media are welcome to attend but must register by Wednesday.

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