The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)’s Retail Asset Protection Conference officially started yesterday at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla.
The conference will offer attendees networking, benchmarking, and education around key topics in retail asset protection, including organized retail crime, workplace safety, supply chain security, and more.
As pandemic restrictions ease, the retail world is starting to feel back to normal. But for essential retailers like grocers, there are lingering questions and concerns about what consumers want in terms of health and safety.
Veteran retail executive Rui Rodrigues, now a consultant with the RCC, explains how they work to leverage collaboration between retailers, police, and government.
It might be surprising, but the original purpose of the cash register was to stop theft. The inventor was James Ritty, a saloonkeeper in Dayton, Ohio.
The Retail Council of Canada (RCC) hosted its annual Loss Prevention Forum Tuesday, April 12, through a virtual format.
Retailers have had to adapt quickly across the globe to meet rising demands. It has become a great opportunity to begin digital transformation while simultaneously protecting their businesses from shrink.
Four executives were named members of the National Retail Federation (NRF) Foundation Board of Directors during its meeting on April 13.
Walgreens announced that it is broadening its effort to address theft and organized retail crime across more than 2,200 stores nationwide in partnership with ALTO US.
Incisiv and Newmine have launched the Retail Returns Prevention Playbook, which addresses retail’s urgent need to minimize returns to improve top-line growth and customer satisfaction.