Date: March 22-26, 2015
Location: St. Regis Hotel, Singapore
The NACS Global Forum brings together convenience and fuel retailer leaders from around the world for a truly unique experience to connect, exchange ideas and see fresh perspectives in a dynamic, global city each year. Over four days, the program features:
Powerful networking and collaboration with global retail leaders including C-level executives from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.
Highly interactive programming including presentations from world-class speakers, roundtable conversations with industry leaders and engaging group discussions with fellow retailers on vital industry topics.
Local store tours at diverse retail formats that allow retailers to see what’s working in different markets so they can apply new concepts to their stores at home.
Imagine a comfortable setting in a vibrant city for you to connect, learn from and engage with executives just like you. That’s the NACS Global Forum. While there, you’ll also be treated to special activities that you might not experience anywhere else. Past events have featured exclusive access and dinner on the field of the Real Madrid fútbol stadium, a special reception in the Sydney Opera House and other exciting, one-of-a-kind experiences that you can share with fellow industry executives. See what's in store for this year's closing reception and dinner.
The 2015 NACS Global Forum will take you to exciting Southeast Asia, March 22-26. You'll join industry leaders from around the world to explore the convenience market in the bustling country of Singapore.
With a population of just over 5 million and covering less than 300 square miles, this unique city-state features a thriving economy with an unemployment rate of just 2%. You'll see first-hand how the convenience and fuel industry has adapted to one of the world’s most unique urban environments.
Through store tours at innovative formats, engaging discussions with industry leaders and expert-led presentations on critical business issues, you won’t just take away great ideas at the 2015 NACS Global Forum, you’ll build concrete strategies for success.