Happy New Year from everyone at LPM! The holidays are behind us and for much of the retail world, we have moved from wrapping gifts to wrapping up inventory and digging into the results. Now what? How do we create that plan of attack in fighting shrink to make the biggest impact?
Join us Thursday January 25th at 2 p.m. ET as we explore the art of identifying our highest risk stores and resourcing to stop the bleed, moving our red stores back to green—and back to acceptable norms. Comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences, we will explore high risk/extreme store strategies across a variety of retail genres in big box, specialty, and grocery/pharmacy.
Register today to start the year with a bang and learn from our panel of experts to help support your own store strategy and make a difference in your 2024 performance! Even if you can’t make that date, we will send you the links to access the recorded session to enjoy at your convenience.
David Lund is currently vice president of loss prevention at DICK’s Sporting Goods. Taking advantage of opportunities to learn more, increase his responsibility, work in different retail environments, and live in different places, his career journey led to experiences in many genres of retail to include specialty apparel, discount, music instrument, big box specialty, outlet, luxury, and now sporting goods. David is a former chair of the RILA Asset Protection Steering Committee and is actively involved as a member of RILA’s Asset Protection Leaders Council. He also sits on the advisory boards of the LP Foundation, International Association of Interviewers, Loss Prevention Research Council, LP Magazine, and Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Chris Harris has 25 years of experience in the asset protection and safety industry. He is currently the director of asset protection and safety for The Kroger Co. where he is responsible for managing the shrink and safety operations in retail stores and the supply chain. Chris is also the enterprise leader for DSD, scan-based trading, and reclamation operations. Throughout Chris’ career, he has worked in several specialized roles such as safety and risk management, regulatory compliance, and enterprise risk management. Chris is an active participant in the asset protection industry and is committed to growing and improving asset protection.
Dave Rogers is currently senior director of market asset protection leadership at Macy’s, responsible for Macy’s store LP strategies, leadership, and day-to-day execution of LP programs. After several store-line promotions, Dave went on to grow into several regional and central roles leading internal investigations, loss prevention systems, and regional VP assignments where he led on both LP and operations strategies. He has also served at the Macy’s LP Center of Expertise where he worked with chief business officers on shortage strategies, created the Central Investigations Team that leads on big data/ enterprise-level exception reporting, and continues to pioneer RFID in stores as one of the founding architects of store-line implementation and LP technical innovation.
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