Returns don’t just have to be a black hole for inventory and resources, they can be a revenue stream, adding value for customers and helping reduce costs.
Ian Towell, head of general merchandise returns at Tesco will be speaking at the Omni-Channel Conference in September, presenting a refreshing view of the returns channel, and how to get to that utopia.
He will consider what the priorities should be in dealing with returns: a better customer experience or cost reduction – or is it possible to achieve both?[asset_ref old_id=”24660″]
And he will look at the complexities of operating across multiple channels and customer touch points and how these present specific reverse logistics challenges.
The Omni-Channel Conference takes place at the NEC Hilton Birmingham Metropole on Wednesday 17th September and Thursday 18th September.
Tesco, John Lewis, Boots, Halfords, Shop Direct, and Maplin will all be contributing to the event.
The first day of the conference will have a focus on strategy, infrastructure, and forecasting issues, while the second day will look at returns and reverse logistics, as well as deliveries and the final mile.
For more details visit the web site: www.OmniChannelConference.co.uk