Last Chance to Book for the Responsible Retailing Forum

ACS’ Responsible Retailing Forum is now less than a week away, taking place on 16th May. The forum aims to provide convenience retailers with latest policy developments as well as the tools and knowledge to ensure that their stores are trading legally and responsibly.

This year’s Forum will focus on environmental issues, tobacco track and trace, changing age restrictions, and the latest alcohol policy update.

Speakers confirmed include:

  • Trewin Restorick, CEO/Founder, Hubbub 
  • Hannah Woodrose, Policy Advisor, Valpak
  • Elisabeth von Reitzenstein Senior Public Affairs Advisor, Independent Retail Europe
  • Neil Pedersen, Tobacco Policy Team, HM Revenue & Customs
  • Matt Eastwood, Commercial Manager, Serve Legal
  • Simon Eglington, Anti-social Behaviour and Crime Types Team, Home Office
  • Hardish Purewal, Chair, Retail of Alcohol Standards Group (RASG)
  • Rob Turner, Alcohol Licensing Policy and Legislation, Home Office
  • Rommel Moseley, Director of Business Development and Partnerships, Drinkaware
  • Julie Byers, Public Affairs Manager, Association of Convenience Stores,

The Forum will take place on Wednesday 16th May 2018 at the Hilton Metropole Birmingham from 10am to 3pm.

Tea and coffee will be available from 9:30am. There will also be a retailer only session that will follow the Forum which will last up to 30 minutes. 

ACS members can attend the Responsible Retailing Forum for free. To RSVP or for more information, please contact Julie Byers, ACS Public Affairs Manager by emailing Julie.Byers@acs.org.uk

This entry was posted by Chloe on Fri, 11/05/2018 - 11:28
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