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New Speakers to Highlight Tech Innovation at 2019 State of Independents Conference

At the 2019 State of Independents Conference Dec. 5 in Indianapolis, two retailers using enterprising tech solutions will share how new digital capabilities are propelling their businesses forward.

Presented by the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA), the daylong State of Independents Conference is an opportunity for independent home improvement retailers, wholesalers and channel partners to learn more about shifting customer demographics and the latest retail trends.

Registration to attend the 2019 State of Independents Conference is now open. Independent retailers can attend the event for free, enabling them to strategize for future success with the latest data and industry insights. Register to attend today.

Highlighting Tech Opportunities

This year, the State of Independents Conference is shining a light on the changing retail landscape, including how new tech trends are enabling greater customer engagement and boosting sales.

Eric Hassett of Hassett Hardware in California and Matt Woods of Woods Hardware in Ohio will discuss how they have prioritized implementing technology in their operations as a way to differentiate in their specific markets, improve employee efficiency and compete against big boxes.

Learn how you can adopt their strategies to strengthen your operation’s tech capabilities and reach customers more directly.

Register Now to Attend the 2019 State of Independents Conference

Register now to attend the 2019 State of Independents Conference Dec. 5 in Indianapolis. Independent retailers attend for free, enabling them to plan for their business’s future with a foundation of data and the support of the industry.

Stay tuned to Hardware Retailing for more information on this year’s speakers!

About Todd Taber

Todd Taber
Todd is trends editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. He graduated from Indiana University where he majored in journalism and French. Throughout his career, he has aimed to highlight small businesses and their community value. He joined NRHA in 2017.

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