Who will attend?The Shopper Brain Conference is an exclusive event on the intersection of retail and consumer neuroscience, especially designed for senior level participants from leading brands, retailers, e-tailers, catalogers, trade marketeers and retail industry consultants.
The Shopper Brain Conference Chicago will provide opportunities for participants to network with peers, gain new in-field contacts and engage in collaborative discussions with the largest neuromarketing network in the world. Register now »
Shopper Brain Conference United States is hosted The Mid-America Club in Chicago, in the heart of downtown Chicago.
Aon, 200 East Randolph Drive, 80th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
We are now in the process of negotiating good hotel rooms rates in the neighborhood of the Mid-America club. We will communicate the options in the week of April 10. People who are registered, will receive an email.
Flying from Europe or other destinations?
Attractive discounts on a wide range of fares on all Air France and KLM flights worldwide Event ID Code to keep for the booking: 29598AF
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NMSBA - Kees van Bohemenhof 20 - 3544 MC, Utrecht - The Netherlands
The Shopper Brain Conference 2017 is organized by the Neuromarketing Science & Business Association (NMSBA) - in cooperation with Shop!
About the NMSBAThe Neuromarketing Science & Business Association (NMSBA) is the global trade association for everyone with a professional interest in neuromarketing, serving members in 93 countries. It is the publisher of the quarterly 'INsights', the Neuromarketing yearbook and the organizer of the Neuromarketing World Forum.
About Shop!Shop! is the global non-profit trade association dedicated to enhancing retail environments and experiences. Shop! represents more than 2,000 member companies worldwide and provides value to the global retail marketplace through our leadership in: Research,(consumer behavior, trends, futures) Design (customer experience design, store design, display design, fixture design), Build (manufacturing, construction, materials, methods, logistics, installation), Marketing (in-store communications, in-store marketing, technology, visual merchandising, and Evaluation (ROI, analytics, recognition/awards).
Contact Our TeamProgram Management: Carla Nagel
Sponsoring & exhibition: Sara Hoeflaken
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