Suresh Narayanan among renowned names lined up for IReC 2018
Suresh Narayanan Chairman & Managing Director, Nestle India is among the leading names to take to the stage at The Indian Retail & eRetail Congress 2018(IReC)BY Indian Retailer Bureau | Mar 12, 2018 | comments ( 0 ) |
The Indian Retail & eRetail Congress 2018(IReC) continues to stay true to its mission to highlight how businesses can cope with the change around them and as seamlessly as possible can shift to new business models, operational excellence & better organizational structure with agile culture and decision making
After last year’s success, this year’s conference will be bigger and bolder with more speakers and more delegates. The conference, which will be held in New Delhi at JW Marriot on April 16th and 17th, will be broken down into four content themes – Omnichannel Summit, eRetail Summit, Payments Conference, Think Global Conference
Suresh Narayanan Chairman & Managing Director, NESTLÉ INDIA
Suresh will address the keynote session titled ‘Enhancing at the intersection: FMCG-Retail-ecommerce play’.
The topic of the session will be focused on how can FMCG and retail work together to better serve the customer. The session will also throw light on new service strategies which are emerging as secret weapons for success.
Suresh Narayanan has over 35 years of rich and exhaustive experience in the FMCG Industry and has held senior management and top leadership roles in leading global companies. He is on the Board of Directors of Nestlé India Limited from 1st August, 2015. Mr. Narayanan was Chairman and CEO of Nestlé Philippines prior to joining Nestlé India in 2015. He is also the Chairman of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company.
For the full Be Inspired conference programme and more information on speakers, tickets and the venue, visit our IReC 2018 to learn how the event can propel retailers’ learning and development programmes.
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