Bubble London reveals speakers
Trade show's Look Who's Talking seminar programme will help retailers deal with topical issues.
By Suzanna Bain
18 May 2012
Bubble London attendees will once again be treated to expert business know-how, through the trade show's Look Who's Talking seminars.
The children’s fashion trade exhibition takes place on June 17-18, 2012, at the Business Design Centre, Islington.
Its Look Who’s Talking seminar programme enables visitors to access a variety of specialist information, from top industry experts, during the two-day event.
This summer will see an extended programme, featuring pressing issues currently faced by retailers, such as stock and cash handling, customer service, social media, trend forecasting and PR/marketing.
Tony Scott, co-founder and director of Restore the High Street, is one of Bubble London's expert speakers.
Dennis Reid, chairman of Retail Performance Specialists (RPS), will also be making an appearance, as well as social media and e-commerce expert Warren Knight.
Other experts include Kim Mannino, client services director at trend forecasting agency Stylesight, and Natalie Lue and Kat Molesworth of leading children’s lifestyle site Bambino Goodies.
:: Bubble London will host more than 250 spring/summer 2013 collections from an international line-up of the coolest children’s fashion, footwear, accessories, interior brands and more.
:: The show takes place on June 17-18, 2012, at the Business Design Centre, Islington.
:: For more information on the trade show - plus its Look Who's Talking seminar programme and specialist speakers - visit the Bubble London website.
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