Book Now for the Responsible Retailing Forum

ACS’ Responsible Retailing Forum will be taking place on 15thOctober 2014 from 9.30am – 15.30pm.

The Forum, taking place at Wesley Hotel, London, will tackle a variety of responsible retailing issues affecting the local shop worker on a daily basis.

These include developments in alcohol licensing, such as getting and maintaining alcohol licenses in cumulative impact zones, regulating in-store marketing and promotions, and changes to licensing regulations (such as personal licence reform).

The event will also cover ways to tackle underage sales, including the changes to the proof of age standards scheme; an update on ACS’ innovative Assured Advice scheme; plus an interactive workshop on emerging themes and issues and how the sector should respond to them.

Speakers confirmed for the event include: Ann Oldroyd, Alcohol Policy Team, Home Office; Hardish Purewal, Chair Retail of Alcohol Standards Group and Tesco PLC; Matt Eastwood, Servelegal and many more.

The Responsible Retailing Forum is free to all members – to book your place, please contact Julie Byers, Public Affairs Assistant on 01252 533 008 or e-mail: julie.byers@acs.org.uk

 

This entry was posted by Chris on Mon, 13/10/2014 - 01:06
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