Retail Council of Canada Retail Council of Canada announces fullSome of the amazing speakers presenting at STORE. In this picture are: Top row (left to right): Clint Mahlman, President & COO, London Drugs Limited; Dr. Hadiya Roderique, Diversity and Inclusion Advocate, Journalist, Lawyer; Catherine Laporte, Vice President, Marketing, Lowe’s Canada; Bobby Sahni, Partner & Co-founder, Ethnicity Matters Bottom row (left to right): Salma Dhanani, Senior Manager, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, Sephora Canada; Rocky Ozaki, Founder, NoW of Work Inc. and the NoW-Academy; Gregoire Baret, Vice President, Consumer Experience, Aldo; Gillian Stein, CEO, Henry's (CNW Group/Retail Council of Canada)

Retail Council of Canada has announced its full agenda for this year's RCC STORE 22 Conference.

This year's two-day conference will profile speakers who are the "who's who" of retail in North America. RCC STORE 22 will also bring together more than 75 speakers and 2,000 retail delegates and business partners who will be encouraged to talk candidly about current their challenges, how to drive change, and about the future possibilities for retail.

This year's roster of speakers includes:

  • Susan O'Brien, chief brand & customer officer, Canadian Tire Corporation
  • Rosie Pouzar, chief operating officer, Sephora Canada
  • Ron Wilson, president, international, Best Buy Canada
  • Gillian Stein, chief executive officer, Henry's
  • Kate Ancketill, chief executive officer and founder, GDR Creative Intelligence
  • Hadiya Roderique, diversity and inclusion advocate, journalist, lawyer
  • Dianne Buckner, host, CBC's Dragons' Den
  • Ira Kalish, chief global economist, Deloitte
  • Paco Underhill, founder and former chief executive officer, Envirosell
  • Jacquelyn Kankam, senior director of sustainability & social impact, DECIEM
  • Duncan Fulton, chief corporate officer, Restaurant Brands International
  • Joanna Griffiths, founder and chief executive officer, Knix
  • Eric Morris, director retail, Google Canada
  • Diane J. Brisebois, president and chief executive officer, Retail Council of Canada

"Many retailers have changed their business models over the last two years to be much more responsive to their customers' quickly changing needs, that, as we all know have been influenced by new insights accelerated by the pandemic. RCC STORE 22 will inspire with retail stories of companies and entrepreneurs who have taken advantage of the new landscape to reemerge stronger and better positioned for success well into the future," said Diane J. Brisebois, president and chief executive officer, Retail Council of Canada. "This year's conference topics and speakers will address tough questions and provide a range of perspectives and insights that retailers can immediately bring to their teams."

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