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YPN Global Virtual HangOut: “Looking Good: Visual Displays Can Impact Your Bottom Line”

Date

April 28, 2020

Event Time

11:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
8:00 pm - 10:00 am PDT

Location

Online

Event Info

Our mission at Licensing International, more than ever, is to create a safer space to enjoy networking opportunities to the licensing industry. We know that for many of you right now, the news about the coronavirus is top of mind, and we want to keep you updated about the precautions we are taking in the face of COVID-19.

We will be hosting the very first Global Virtual YPN via GoToMeeting to replace the Young Professionals Event at IMG (which will be postponed until further notice).

How you merchandise, promote or feature products can make the difference between success and failure at retail.

But what makes a great display? How can you create one on a budget? And who should care (hint – no only retailers)?

Trend forecaster Michelle Lamb and marketing/licensing expert Leigh Ann Schwarzkopf will talk about why visual display matters now more than ever, and share examples of innovative techniques from every retail channel, gathered from around the globe. Expect to walk away with great tips on how to step up your conversation with partners around retail.

Michelle Lamb
Editorial Director
The Trend Curve™, a Marketing Directions, Inc. business

 

 

Leigh Ann Schwarzkopf
Principal
Project Partners Network, LLC

 

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