Director, Qualitative & Quantitative Researcher, Behaviour & Attitudes
Group Talent Development Manager, Brown Thomas
Head of Branch, Peter Jones - John Lewis
Director of Professional Development, Peter Mark
Group Head of Marketing & eCommerce, Eason & Son
CEO, Musgrave Group
Chairperson of Retail Ireland
World leading speakers
Be inspired by our keynote speaker and retail experts who will share fresh perspectives on emerging trends and disruptive forces impacting the retail industry.
Best-in-class employee upskillng models
Hear from retailers who have been to the forefront of the education and training revolution and who have built best in class programmes which have delivered real benefit for both the employees and the businesses alike.
Retail case studies
Learn from retail leaders who are remodelling their businesses to be fit for a new era of retailing.
See the latest technologies, systems and products to aid the retail industry.
Network with Ireland’s industry experts. Arrival refreshments, coffee breaks and lunch to fuel your networking energy.
Hear our inspiring speakers give powerful talks to stimulate discussion, spark creativity and innovation.
By car: From Dame Street, keep straight ahead. Follow the road around passing Christchurch on the right, leading onto Thomas Street. At the junction of James’s Street and Echlin Street take a left turn. At the top of the road turn left . Take the first left on to Market Street. The pedestrian entrance to Guinness Storehouse will be on the left. To reach the car park, take the next left onto Crane Street and the car park is immediately on the right. Journey time 5 mins.
On foot: From Dame Street, keep straight ahead. Follow the road around, passing Christchurch, leading onto Thomas Street. At Crane Street turn left, and at the end of the road turn right onto Market Street. Guinness Storehouse is on the right. Journey time 20 mins.
By bus: Bus 123 from O’Connell Street runs every 8-10 mins. Journey time 10 mins.
By Luas: The closest Luas stop is located at St. James’s Hospital. From the Luas stop turn right on to James’s Street. At the junction with Echlin Street take a right turn. At the top of the road turn left . Take the first left on to Market Street. The pedestrian entrance to Guinness Storehouse will be on the left.
If you are travelling on Wednesday evening and need accommodation, please note the following hotels which are close to the event
Come and explore Ireland’s number one visitor attraction, providing an unforgettable welcome and a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous Guinness brand and company. This historical building is central to Dublin’s and Ireland’s heritage, and has been continually updated to create a blend of fascinating industrial tradition with a contemporary edge. The seven floors bring to life the rich heritage of Guinness, telling the story from its origins here at St. James’s Gate in Dublin to its growth as a global brand, known all around the world.
Guinness Storehouse is also home to the Guinness Flagship Retail Store packed with unique and exclusive merchandise and memorabilia. On October 6, we want to stimulate new ways of thinking about existing ideas and concepts and we hope that by being at the Guinness Storehouse, you will be inspired