Events

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RETAIL ROBOTICS AND AI CONFERENCE
APRIL 11-12, 2019
HILTON ORRINGTON HOTEL – EVANSTON, IL

Badger Technologies’ CEO, Tim Rowland, will  be speaking at the second annual Retail Robotics and AI Conference on April 11-12 at the Hilton Orrington Hotel in Evanston, Illinois (next to the Northwestern University campus). The Conference will focus on implementing and executing retail AI strategies, plus explore emerging trends in retail robotics.

Attendance is open to retailers only and is limited to 150 participants. This includes Retail Analytics Council Advisory Board members, C-level executives, academics and leaders in the industry. The format is educational, knowledge advancement-based, with many opportunities to interact with the presenters and attendees. The Conference offers a unique opportunity to participate in the development of the retail industry’s research and technology through interaction with academics and professionals by means of expert panel discussions.

Retailers may register to attend the conference by completing the registration form on the Retail Analytics Council website. The site also includes additional information about the speakers and conference agenda, as well as general information about the work of the Retail Analytics Council.

PREDICTING THE TURN SUMMIT – ENCOURAGING ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN STARTUPS AND BLUE CHIPS
APRIL 24, 2019
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Badger Technologies CEO, Tim Rowland, will be a panelist at the “Predicting the Turn Summit – Encouraging Engagement Between Startups and Blue Chips” at the University of Kentucky on April 24. The University of Kentucky’s Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship (VACE) and the Don and Cathy Jacobs Executive Education Center will be hosting this half-day event, featuring Dave Knox who will discuss his book, “Predicting the Turn – The High Stakes Game of Business Between Startups and Blue Chips.” The event will also feature a panel discussion with business leaders, entrepreneurs and thought leaders.

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