Amsterdam is host city for first ever rpa:group European Retail Indaba

We are looking forward to the first ever rpa:group European Retail Indaba on the 12th of October. Our guests will be joining our expert panel of retail partners for an exclusive evening of insight, delving into the evolving future of retail, a future that is already here…

This will be a unique opportunity to network, share insight and socialise with European retail colleagues, at one of Amsterdam’s coolest venues and is being supported by Retail Design World, a principal and international source of news, analysis, debate and inspiration for over 75,000 retailers, designers, marketers, visual merchandisers, architects, shop fitters and suppliers. The panel discussion will be hosted by Editor, Matthew Valentine.

Please note that registration to attend is by invitation only.  If you would like to attend this or any future events, please contact Sasha Cuff on

(*Indaba (pronounced in-dah-bah) is an important gathering or meeting held by the Zulu and Xhosa tribal people of South Africa)

Our expert panel includes:

James Breaks
Creative Director, rpa:group

With over twenty five years of experience in creative design and strategic delivery of commercial and leisure environments, James brings a uniquely balanced creative and commercial approach to project delivery. In addition to delivering international projects for blue-chip brands, James also lectures on experiential design in UK, Europe and Asia.

Dave Elliott
Enterprise Business Development Manager, Holovis

Dave has been at the cutting edge of the media world throughout his career, specifying emerging technologies to bring products and brands to life and making experiences in-store, on screen and at live events memorable. He also drives development work, designing and visualising spaces using Virtual Reality, allowing clients to explore their store layout in 1:1 scale, making alterations in the virtual world as they go.

Kate Nightingale
Founder, Style Psychology

Kate is a consumer psychologist and founder of Style Psychology Ltd, a human-centric experience consultancy. Clients include House of Fraser and Waterbabies. Kate also lectures in consumer behaviour at the London College of Fashion.

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