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AWS Retail & CPG Leadership Community: AI and Machine Learning

Join Peak, AWS and Intel on 3 March

AI adoption in retail and CPG is up 17% year-on-year, with AI-powered retailers growing 30% faster than the competition – with 50% higher profits. The big question: how are they doing this?

Join Peak, AWS, Intel and a community of retail leaders in London to listen to talks on delivering business value through the adoption of AI and machine learning. The focus of this event will be around use cases such as inventory optimisation and allocation and assortment planning, as we explore the ways businesses taking a data-driven approach to decision making are reducing wastage, increasing profitability and driving sustainability.

This exciting event will provide an unmissable opportunity to participate in insightful roundtable discussions and build valuable new industry connections.

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About the event

Date Tuesday 3 March 2020

Time 09:00 – 12:30 GMT (optional networking and lunch)

Location Amazon, 1 Principal Place, Worship St, London, EC2A 2FA

How can your business close the AI skills gap?


09:00 Arrivals, coffee and networking

09:30 Opening and introduction – Steve Gurney, Retail Industry Lead, AWS

09:45 AI for growth, profit and sustainability – Martin Sutton, Partnership Director, Peak

10:00 Inventory optimisation – Lee Daggatt, Head of Information Technology, Speedy Hire

10:30 Break and networking

11:00 Roundtable and workshops:
– How to identify AI opportunities (Think big, start small, move fast)
– How to build a business case for AI, whilst getting buy-in from operational teams
– How to go from POC to a live solution

12:00 Knowledge share

12:30 Lunch and networking

14:00 Close

Who should attend?

CIO and CTOs; Business and Digital Transformation Directors, Heads of Data Science and Software Engineering; and Business Leaders who are interested in learning about the impact AI and ML is having on the retail and CPG industries.


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