C&I Expo 2017 starts tomorrow

A shot from the 2016 C&I Expo in Melbourne.

Tomorrow the C&I Expo 2017 kicks off and will be joined by the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) to present two action-packed days of trade shows, seminars and networking opportunities for the convenience and impulse retailers.

This year’s expo which will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour and is Australia’s premiere industry event for the convenience channel.

Admission to events is still available and free

The C&I Expo opens at 12pm and runs through to 5pm and provides the opportunity to browse the latest products and services from more than 115 exhibitors free of charge.

With so much to do and see the Expo returns on Thursday afternoon, giving retailers another afternoon to examine the stalls and talk to suppliers.

In addition to the more than 115 leadership exhibitor stands that will be on show, visitors will have the chance to participate in some exciting sessions, including the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) Leadership Summit with keynote speaker Anna Meares.

All convention sessions feature leading industry figures who are sure to inspire and delight.

Safa de Valois, commercial director and publisher of C&I Retailing said: “Since C&I and AACS have come together this is now the industry’s main and biggest event, and with the opening of the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour C&I 2017 will be even bigger and better!

“The excitement is coming all together and it’s a perfect baked cake.”

Register now free of charge to attend the C&I Expo here to ensure you don’t miss out on any opportunities!

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The C&I team will be providing live updates throughout the events on our social media channels including Facebook Live video streaming on our Facebook page.

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