By NZHJ September 23, 2019 Industry news

Updated: In addition to travel prizes, there's free top line CPD for the 2019 Retailer and Young Retailer of the Year!

In addition to our Hardware Awards travel prizes, the 2019 Retailer and Young Retailer of the Year will each be rewarded with a place at Massey University’s acclaimed two-day Strategic Transformation in Retailing executive-education programme, which will run again in February 2020 at Massey’s Albany Auckland campus.

Thanks for this extra incentive go out to Massey University and 2019 Hardware Awards judge, Prof Jonathan Elms, The Sir Stephen Tindall Chair in Retail Management and Director of the Centre for Advanced Retail Studies (CARS) at the School of Communication, Journalism & Marketing (Albany).

Worth $2350 per person, Strategic Transformation in Retailing is “a strategic look at the best methods to use in the highly competitive retail sector” and includes case study discussions, hands-on activities, sharing insights and visits to New Zealand retailers and precincts

Find out more about the Strategic Transformation in Retailing programme here.

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