Fresh foods, omnichannel marketing and e-commerce will be among the top trends addressed in detail at the 2020 National Grocers Association show.
The show, the premier tradeshow for the independent supermarket industry, will be held Feb. 23-26 in San Diego. It will include more than 60 educational sessions and more than 100 speakers.
The conference will feature 11 workshop tracks offering an in-depth look into topics such as Omnichannel Marketing, Compliance, Future Stores, Focus on Fresh, Foodservice, Operating for Excellence, Strategies for Competing, E-Commerce, Center Store, People Development, and Tech Trends.
The 2020 NGA Show kicks off with a presentation from the Center for Advancing Retail & Technology (CART), Independent Retail: What it takes to Thrive in the Age of ‘i.’ The talk will cover the top technology trends impacting retail in the future and how grocers can adapt to these changes.
The show will also feature a discussion led by NGA president/CEO Greg Ferrara, who will be joined by up and coming industry leaders who will share their thoughts on how grocers can successfully adapt to a changing workforce, shifting shopper demographics, and the changing role of physical stores.