Overview and key topics:

Hop on board for our annual cross-border boat cruise across the River Thames (14th May), where we will help you enter new markets, accelerate growth in the markets you are in, and understand how much value each territory brings.

IMRG will share their latest data on cross-border sales, and will uncover the results of a director-level retailer survey that will reveal the current challenges in trading cross-border, where the opportunities are, key approaches, the speed of service, and much more. 

All of the insight presented will be analysed alongside data on customer perceptions and cross-border offerings on UK retailers’ websites.

In true IMRG style, all attendees will benefit from roundtable sessions, where they will learn from industry experts and their retailer peers on how to create a seamless cross-border strategy. We urge all attendees to bring along their pressing questions and raise areas of difficulty so that we can tackle obstacles together.

Cruise along on a luxury paddle steamer and network with people who can help you grow.

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Key topics of discussion:

  • Cross-border growth: Discover the top territories used by UK retailers that are aiding growth
  • The top offerings: See how your cross-border offerings compare to that of your peers
  • Seamless expansion: Find out how to create a seamless expansion strategy in 2024
  • Overcoming obstacles: Listen to expert advice on overcoming the greatest obstacles in cross-border trade
  • Peer advice: Meet fellow retailers and learn from each others’ experiences
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Event Format

You’ll join us aboard a luxury paddle steamer (The Dixie Queen) as we cruise down the River Thames. The event will fuse networking and knowledge sharing with roundtable discussion and presentations from our very own data experts. You will get to marvel as the Tower Bridge is raised for the Dixie Queen to pass, momentarily bringing London’s busy traffic to a halt. Cruise on past Canary Wharf and historic Greenwich, round The O2 peninsula and through the Thames Barrier.

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