OK, I agree that this article is not very
fashionable. In fact, it should probably be listed in the
fashion event article section instead of here.
However, I thought it was important to remind everyone that the
industry is not simply about
fashion. We are
also faced with many compliance issues that must be studied.
Your company's success requires swift and strategic response
to change in a highly dynamic marketplace.
And yet - the growing number of changes to retail
requirements and government regulations demand even greater
response from you.
You will find the requisite strategies at this summer's
New Mandates in Retail Compliance.
Here, you will find case studies, strategies and best
practices to help you respond to:
- Proposition 65
- "10+2" Import Requirements
- Overseas Consolidation and DC By-Pass
- Green Initiatives and Sustainability
- Additional changes in retail compliance and deduction
Quality Testing and Assurance for Retailers and Suppliers
CPSIA and Proposition 65 Retailing in the State of
and by extension supplying large retailers who sell
requires compliance with unique regulations.
While not new, Proposition 65 is gaining new importance in light
CPSIA. Learn to tackle both requirements to create
efficiencies where none have previously existed while improving
your bottom line.
Profiting From Sustainability Initiatives
Bottom Line Triple bottom line accounting expands the
traditional reporting framework to take into account ecological
and social performance in addition to financial performance.
This triple focus can lead to triple results for your company.
Learn to put the TBL to work for you!
VCF Conference New Mandates in Retail Compliance
Monday, 20 July, 2009 - Tuesday, 21 July,
2009 The Stanford Court, A Renaissance Hotel 905
California Street - Nob Hill San Francisco, CA 94108 PH:
VCF is the
leading collaborative membership organization facilitating
profitable relationships between retailers and suppliers. VCF
advocates retailer-supplier trading synchronization and
champions initiatives to increase strategic industry-wide
productivity, profitability and growth. VCF members include a
who's who of top retailers and suppliers who work together to
resolve key issues in supply chain performance optimization,
including sourcing visibility, order-to-cash cycle improvement,
promotion management, and planning and forecasting excellence.
By participating in VCF, members can take advantage of tools
that help perfect retailer-supplier execution to shorten cycle
times and drive overall velocity in the supply chain. VCF offers
industry solutions through educational conferences, workshops,
and seminars, web-based portal and contact registry tools,
strategic research and advisory services, publications,
benchmarking studies, and other valuable resources.
Consumer Products Safety Improvements Act : CPSIA and GCC form