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E360 Conference Daily Recap #2: Challenges and Opportunities with Changing Regulations

This is the second in a series of three posts sharing highlights from the 2016 E360 Annual Conference.

We focused on the changing regulatory landscape and the impact of emerging regulations on retail operations during the second day of the E360 Annual Conference.

In the spirit of collaboration and innovation, we brought together a panel of experts in food safety, energy and refrigerant management to explore what’s next in regulations. Since this conference is all about innovation, we used the latest technology to link a 500-person global audience to our 200-person live audience and host location at The Helix at the University of Dayton, and to our remote panelists at our Helix at Georgia Tech and a location in Washington, DC. And participants and facilitators managed other sessions on best practices including facility management, IoT and designing future-friendly alternative refrigerant systems.

For highlights from day two, please watch this video recap:

Looking ahead to our third and final day, all participants are eager to continue engaging in interactive discussions around critical issues that retailers are facing today.

How are new connected technologies helping your retail business address industry and regulatory changes? Let us know in the comments below or by sharing your perspective on social media.

If you missed the conference, you can review highlights at #E360Live@IntelliStore and @EmersonClimate on Twitter, as well as in our daily blog post and video recaps:

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Dean Landeche
Vice President of Marketing, Retail Solutions
Emerson Climate Technologies

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