Washington—The National Retail Federation has announced that Signet Jewelers Vice President of Corporate Affairs David Bouffard will be among the speakers at the Retail’s Big Show conference in 2019.

More than 37,000 retailers gather from almost 100 countries for the event to address the latest trends, innovations and strategies for retail transformation.

The 2019 Big Show is slated to run from Jan. 13 to 15 at the Javits Center in New York. It will be the NRF’s 108th annual convention.

In addition to Bouffard, who is the first from Signet to take part in the annual event, notable speakers also include Alibaba Group President Michael Evans, Nordstrom Inc. President of Stores Jamie Nordstrom and Target Corp. Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell.

It also will include: The Neiman Marcus Group Inc. Director and Innovation Lab Founder Scott Emmons, Walmart Executive Vice President and CIO Clay Johnson, Kohl’s Executive Vice President of Product Development Michael Gilbert and Casper Senior Vice President of Experience Eleanor Morgan, among many others.

NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said: “Each one of these outstanding leaders was handpicked to challenge, inspire and encourage attendees to redefine their brands, explore opportunities to work together, enhance customer experience and constantly embrace change.”

For more information, visit NRF.com.

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