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NRF is the world’s largest retail trade association. Every day, we stand up for, celebrate, educate and inspire the people who power the retail industry. 

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NRF NXT 2019

Last chance to save on this exclusive digital retail event. Register by June 21.

 
National Retail Security Survey 2019
This annual survey provides loss prevention leaders with insights about internal and external retail crime. This year’s results provide statistics on inventory loss and its financial impact.
 
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Rothy’s formula for success

Retail Gets Real episode 122: Rothy’s VP of Marketing reveals how the shoe retailer attracts fans and where the brand is headed.

 
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NRF’s podcast: Retail Gets Real

Facebook: Where social media and shopping intersect
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 121: How Facebook is working with retailers now and in the future.
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Sephora’s winning customer experience formula
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 120: The strategy behind connecting with the modern beauty shopper wherever she is.
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Hospitality is on the plate at fast-casual restaurant CAVA
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 119: CEO Brett Schulman dishes on what makes customers come back for more.
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Custom framing gets a facelift at Framebridge
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 118: CEO Susan Tynan talks about how the custom framing shop makes picture framing affordable.
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Practicing cyber resiliency in the digital age
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 117: PwC expert discusses what retailers should know about the complex cybersecurity landscape.
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Building communities in and out of the store
 
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Retail Gets Real episode 116: Small business owner Rachael Gruntmeir on the unexpected opportunity in retail.
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Latest from the blog

3 traits of transformative CIOs
 
NRFtech 2019 CIOs new mission session
How CIOs from Couche-Tard – Circle K, Gap and REI plan for success.
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How Salesforce makes equality a core value
 
Molly Ford of Salesforce at NRFtech 2019
Creating a culture of equality, particularly in the Silicon Valley tech world, is not a spectator sport.
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How Brit + Co’s founder manages change
 
Brit Morin, CEO of Brit + Co, at NRFtech 2019
Leading a company through change takes experimentation, adaptability and open-mindedness.
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The fulfillment center of the future (yes, there are robots)

“What Kim Kardashian tweets this afternoon could be what you’re shipping tonight.”

 

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Retail’s next generation of talent

NRF’s philanthropic arm, the NRF Foundation, helps support a bigger, better pool of talent for retailers nationwide. Through education, training, scholarships and experiences for everyone from high school and college students to people with barriers to employment, we help more job seekers take their first steps toward promising careers.