Retail Industry

Join Us for the LP Magazine Annual Meeting Day 2 Presentations

Day 2 features presentations from a world-class mountaineer, a panel of ORC experts, and an FBI agent focused on retail crimes.

Let’s Keep It Safe: Fatigue, Pain, and Loss of Productivity in the Retail Workplace

Workplace fatigue is a condition that all of us can face and must remain aware of as we move into retail’s most active season.

LP Magazine Annual Meeting Kicks Off Next Tuesday Oct. 27

Check out Day 1 presentations on addressing inequality, retail's C-suite agenda for 2021, marketing strategies for the new normal, and more.
Jeff Evans

Developing the Expeditionary Mindset to Navigate Your Personal and Professional Life

World-class mountaineer Jeff Evans is a featured speaker on day 2 of the 2020 LP Magazine Annual Meeting Oct. 27-29.
ORC annual meeting panelists

Organized Retail Crime Experts to Be Featured at LPM Annual Meeting

Two don’t-miss topics were just added to the line up of outstanding presentations at the upcoming LP Magazine annual meeting October 27–29.

2020 Holiday Consumer Survey Results Released by Sensormatic

Nearly half of respondents (43%) have already started or plan to start their holiday shopping as early as October.
C-suite agenda

The C-Suite Perspective on Retail’s Challenges in 2021

RILA's Brian Dodge will offer his insights into this year’s difficulties from the pandemic and the C-suite’s agenda as retail moves into 2021.

Co-creating a More Equitable World

As organizations engage in conversations about race in America, it is an opportunity to examine our complicity in enabling structural racism.
LPM Annual Meeting

Announcing the LP Magazine and LP Foundation Annual Meeting

Join us Tuesday, October 27 thru Thursday, October 28 starting at 1:00 pm Eastern on Zoom for three hours each day of great content.

Bankruptcy Was Top Theme among Influencer Conversations on Department Stores

An analysis shows that discussions were up as global iconic retailers such as Neiman Marcus, JCPenney, and Pier 1 filed for bankruptcy.