Speakers Announced for ACS’ Responsible Retailing Forum!

Book your place at this year’s Responsible Retailing Forum, taking place on 15th May at the King Power Stadium, Leicester from 10am until 3pm.

ACS’ Responsible Retailing Forum provides ACS members with the opportunity to hear from policy makers, retailers and other stakeholders about the latest compliance issues affecting the convenience sector as well as emerging policy issues. 

This year’s forum will focus on protecting the environment, local shops and healthy food and the future of regulation.

Speakers confirmed include:

  • Trewin Restorick, CEO/Founder, Hubbub
  • Spencer Roberts, Managing Director, Envipco UK
  • Julie Dawson, Director of Regulatory & Policy, YOTI
  • Courtney Scott, Research and Policy Advisor, Food Foundation
  • Rosalind Sharpe, Research Fellow, Food Research Collaboration
  • Philip LeShirley, Senior Trading Standards Specialist, Surrey and Buckinghamshire Trading Standards
  • Toni Fletcher, Associate Product Owner, NHS Business Services Authority
  • Wendy Middleton, Insights Lead, Office for Product Safety and Standards

There will be tea and coffee will available from 9:30am and a retailer only session from 3-3.30pm.

ACS chief executive James Lowman said: "Retailers face new regulations on a range of issues, from the introduction of a deposit return scheme and extended responsibilities when it comes to waste recycling, to plans for certain product types in store being restricted based on their location. The Responsible Retailing Forum provides an opportunity to hear from experts in these and other areas and give retailers the tools they need to prepare for changes in their business."

To book your place, click here or for more information please email Julie Byers, ACS Public Affairs Manager by emailing Julie.Byers@acs.org.uk.

This entry was posted by Chloe on Thu, 09/05/2019 - 10:01