Retail Council of Canada

How BC Wildfires have Exposed Vulnerabilities in Retail Supply Chains and Communities [Feature]

The additional challenges posed by port strikes emphasizes the need for more resilient and flexible supply chain strategies in the face of volatile conditions and disruptions, say experts.

Indispensable Insights for Retail Marketers on Leading Impactful Retail Campaigns 

RCC’s Retail Marketing Conference 2023, curated by Canadian retail marketers for their retail industry peers, presents the most recent innovations in retail marketing. This one-day event offers dynamic discussions on the latest opportunities for consumer engagement and effective techniques, including leveraging AI in retail to elevate retail brands.

RCC STORE Conference: May 30-31 in Toronto

The RCC STORE Conference, organized by the Retail Council of Canada, is the country’s biggest event for the industry, offering two days of learning and discussion on today’s most critical retail topics and newest success strategies. The event takes place...

Canada’s Ultimate Retail Rendezvous: Game-Changing Ideas, Epic Connections

RCC STORE 23 is the most dynamic two days of learning and discussion about today’s most critical retail topics and newest success strategies – a must-attend for retailers and their partners and the best networking opportunity of the year for anyone in retail.

Technology in tomorrow’s retail. Experience it at RCC STORE 23.

How technology will impact retail - as a shopping experience, as a place to work, and as an increasingly sophisticated operations matrix – will be explored at RCC STORE 23, May 30-31, at the Toronto Congress Centre.

Grocery’s best new products award winners to be announced May 31, 2023 at the Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards Gala

The 30th Anniversary Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards Gala on May 31, 2023, at the Toronto Congress Centre will be a unique occasion for Canada’s grocery industry to celebrate the companies and people who introduced the most highly rated new products in 2022 and honour two remarkable individuals with Lifetime Achievement Awards.

The Excellence in Retailing Awards Gala: Celebrating Innovation in Retail

The Excellence in Retailing Awards Gala on May 30, 2023, at the Toronto Congress Center, will be an evening of glitz and glamour that will announce the winners of the 2023 Excellence in Retailing Awards as well as honour three exceptional recipients of the prestigious Awards of Distinction.

AI’s Game-Changing Impact on Retail Explored at RCC STORE 23 Conference, May 30-31 2023 in Toronto

Harnessing AI’s potential in retail will be explored at this years’ RCC STORE 23 Conference. Several speakers are tackling how this exciting new technology is transforming retail.

2023 Federal Budget Misses the Mark for Retailers in Canada [Interviews]

Retail Insider interviewed several association heads who say that the newly released budget isn't sufficient enough to help retailers, and consumers will be negatively impacted as a result.

RCC STORE 23 Conference Returns May 30 – 31 2023, in Toronto

With changes happening at astonishing speed, the retail industry has an unparalleled opportunity to learn about the latest trends from Canada’s most influential retail leaders, world-renowned visionaries, and passionate entrepreneurs at RCC STORE 23, May 30-31, 2023 in Toronto.  

Talent Shortages and Upskilling Affecting Retail in Canada

Retail Council of Canada is hosting its annual Retail Human Resources Conference on April 20, 2023 at the International Centre in Toronto.

Shifts in Consumer Habits are Shaping the Future of Retail Risk Management

Retail Council of Canada is once again hosting its Retail Secure Conference, the largest gathering of retail professionals focused on risk management and loss prevention on March 21 at the International Centre in Toronto.

Advancing your learning in 2023: Retail-specific events, webinars, and training from Retail Council of Canada

Regardless of what role or level, everyone in retail faces the real challenge of keeping ahead of the most important trends and upskilling with necessary training to take advantage of new opportunities. Retail Council of Canada (RCC) has listened to...

For Holiday 2022 Canadians are More Price Sensitive and Shopping Earlier [RCC x Leger Report]

A survey of over 2,500 Canadians shows a very different holiday season when compared to past years, with numerous findings.

Retailers Strategize on People, Profits, and Purpose at the Retail West Conference, October 27, 2022

The one day event will be held in Vancouver at the Westin Bayshore.

Consumers Flood Stores in Canada for Back-to-School Shopping Amid Uncertainty [Feature Interviews/Report]

A report from RCC finds consumers are frequenting a variety of retailers from independents to big-box, with some choosing in-store while others shift online.

Retail Marketing’s Latest, Most Effective, Nuanced Strategies to Meaningfully Connect Consumers and Brands

Retail Council of Canada’s Retail Marketing Conference, hosted in person this year on September 8, 2022, at the Delta Hotel in downtown Toronto, is a full day conference for retail marketers to share how they are overcoming today’s challenges, actively connecting with consumers, and responsibly growing their brands and businesses.

Part 3: Retail Council of Canada Excellence in Retailing Award Winners

Retail Insider joins RCC in congratulating the winners of the Excellence in Retail Awards.

Retail Council of Canada Partners with KPMG to Launch One-Stop Tool for Industry Data [Interview]

The Retail Pulse Dashboard is a new interactive platform that delivers pertinent, relevant and important statistics on Canadian retail sales, retail job numbers, economic data, and consumer spending.

Michael LeBlanc Discusses RCC STORE Conference 2022 as it Returns In Person

LeBlanc discusses some of what he’s anticipating from the biggest retail event of the year, happening next month, in person for the first time in three years.

2022 Federal Budget Misses the Mark for Retailers in Canada: Interviews

Not enough is being done to support businesses struggling because of the pandemic and new spending will result in even more of a budget shortfall say experts.
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