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My Activity Schedule for NRF 2010

by Jeff Roster  |  December 13, 2009  |  Comments Off on My Activity Schedule for NRF 2010

My schedule for NRF is filling up quite nicely.  At this point all my day slots have been spoken for.  But my long standing habit is to attend public or semipublic events in the evenings instead of attending private dinners.  So if you happen to be at any of the below events come by and say hi. I will try and keep this updated as I commit to new events. By the way if you don’t know where any of the events are please don’t ask me.  I’m assuming everyone that is invited has all the information.  The schedule is subject to change but will try and keep to it as best as I can.   Save travels and see ya in New York!

Saturday

9:30am – 3:30pm   Retail ROI event.  I’ll be on a panel in the afternoon

Sunday

4-5pm           RIS News event

5-6:30PM    NRF Opening Night Reception

9-11pm        Retail Insiders event

Monday

5-6:30pm   IBM event

7-9pm         Private event

Tuesday

9-11pm       Oracle Mixer

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Jeffrey Roster
Research VP
12 years at Gartner
15 years IT industry

Jeffrey Roster is a research vice president at Gartner as part of the Industry Market Strategies Worldwide unit covering the retail and wholesale industries. In this capacity, Mr. Roster consults on market strategies, competitive assessment of the IT services landscape, technology trends and the direction of IT spending to provide market research for IT vendors. Read Full Bio




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