New Age Electronics, the national CE and gaming distributor, is returning to the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles next month for its sixth annual Retail Dealer Summit.
The event, slated for July 19-21, brings together dealers, vendors and guest speakers for two full days of presentations, product showcases, strategy sessions, poolside networking and local color.
The intention, explained New Age president Fred Towns, is to help customers and vendors take advantage of new opportunities to grow their businesses; maximize their networking reach by meeting top industry partners; and to learn about the latest CE trends and products to help prepare for the back-half of the year and the all-important holiday buying season.
This year’s focus will be on selling to multiple demographics, including females, millennials and baby boomers, and will feature top products from categories ranging from home automation, drones, virtual reality and health and fitness, to mobile, wearables, gaming, PCs, housewares, small appliances and audio.
In addition, this year’s speaker roster will include:
* AARP executive VP and chief enterprise strategy and innovation officer Terry Bradwell;
* generation expert, demographer and best-selling author Neil Howell;
* Thulium founder/CEO and brand ambassador, and internationally-recognized relationships expert Tamara McCleary;
* Consumer Technology Association (CTA) chief economist and senior research director Shawn DuBravac; and
* Hewlett-Packard VP/general manager for the Americas commercial channel Stephanie Dismore.
“New Age Electronics is always looking for ways to deliver the latest information and insight to help our customers uncover new opportunities in consumer electronics,” Towns said. “In addition to learning about the hottest products on the market as we approach the back-half of the year, conference attendees will walk away with the information needed to ensure that their product assortment aligns with the constantly evolving buying patterns of consumers of all ages and genders.”
New Age customers can contact their sales reps to register. For more information, click here.