What is the future of consumer culture?

August 19, 2016 | Bill McLoughlin, Editor in ChiefHow will tomorrow’s consumers shop for goods and services? Will brick and mortar stores become simply distribution points? Entertainment venues?

Will virtual and augmented reality make it unnecessary for consumers to ever leave their homes? Is the Internet of Things going to become the Internet of All Things?

Furniture|Today will explore these questions and many more at its 20th Annual Leadership Conference, November 29 – December 1 at the Four Seasons Resort in Orlando, Fla.

This year’s theme is “The Transformation Imperative: Leading Change in a Volatile Marketplace,” and the tightly packed agenda will focus squarely on the knowledge, skills and strategies that furniture retailers, manufacturers and suppliers will need to thrive in the years ahead.

We’re currently exploring a wide range of speakers — futurists, retail trend experts, sociologists and many more — specifically around the concept of consumer culture. If you’ve seen, read or heard someone you think can contribute positively to this discussion please weigh in.

Either comment in the space below or contact Bill McLoughlin, Editor in Chief, Furniture|Today at bmcloughlin@furnituretoday.com.

We want to know what you think!

See you in November.

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