Transforming retail and hospitality sectors to reduce shrinkage and maximise profitability

It is estimated that in the UAE alone the retail and hospitality industry experiences $1.7 billion in losses due to a variety of internal and external issues. With the advent of digital transformation and e-commerce this loss is likely to increase unless retailers start to act now.

At the 3rd edition of Loss Prevention & Profit Protection for Retail & Hospitality Middle East, taking place from 25-26 September 2017 in Dubai, we will gather industry thought leaders to discuss the ever changing landscape of loss prevention. This year we will introduce the concept of total loss prevention and discuss loss prevention in the digital environment. Gain insights from local and international experts who will help guide you to solving this $1.7billion problem!

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Why should you attend?

Discuss the latest techniques to reduce shrinkage across retail and hospitality sectors

Help improve point of sale by reducing losses

Integrate the latest surveillance technologies to optimise security

Determine the latest methods and technologies to prevent losses in e-commerce and omni-channels

Who should attend?

Heads and Managers of:

  •  Retail Loss Prevention
  •  Profit Protection
  •  Asset Management
  •  Risk Management and Compliance
  •  Fraud
  •  Operations
  •  Audits
  •  IT
  •  Security
  •  Health and Safety
  •  Strategic Head

From the following industries:

  •  Retail
  •  Hospitality

Strategic Partner
BPW Middle East
Silver/Lunch Sponsor
Hikvision
Networking Partner
Axis Communications
Strategic Partners
Mobotix
Strategic Partners
Technowave Group
Media Partners
SourceSecurity.com
Media Partners
TheBigRedGuide.com
Media Partners
Images RetailME
Media Partners
Hotel News ME
Media Partners
Cyber Defense Magazine
Media Partners
Security Middle East Magazine
Media Partners
Fire Middle East
Media Partners
Cyber Security Review
Media Partners
Eye of Dubai
Media Partners
Eye of Riyadh
Media Partners
Technology IQ
Research Partner
Oxford Business Group (OBG)