Retail Fraud – Dublin is back…
Following on from the success of the inaugural Dublin show last year, the pivotal event for the retail fraud and loss prevention community returns to Ireland.
Two events, one venue
The Shelbourne, Dublin
1st & 2nd July 2015
Interested in the agenda? View it here…
Retail Fraud - Dublin, Gala Dinner -1st July 2015
The main ballroom of The Shelbourne Hotel will provide a magnificent setting for over 200 diners drawn from the upper echelons of retail fraud and loss prevention.
In elegant and historic surroundings, VIPs and their guests will enjoy superb food, complemented by champagne, claret and vintage port from The Shelbourne’s own cellars.
An elegant black tie occasion, with prestigious guest speakers, the evening has been carefully crafted to provide unparalleled opportunities to socialise and network.
Retail Fraud - Dublin, 2nd July 2015
Retail Fraud - Dublin, will confront the issues surrounding the social challenges of a recovering economy, database protection and the wider sharing of data, communication and collaboration.
Following the success of Retail Fraud – London and Retail Fraud – Leicester (the two biggest loss prevention shows in Europe), Retail Fraud - Dublin will feature a variety of vendors, speaker presentations and a number of breakout sessions throughout the day; providing those all important networking opportunities.
New and exclusive to Dublin is a workshop run by Tony Sales - “Britain’s Greatest Fraudster”…
The man the British media dubbed “Britain’s Greatest Fraudster” will be running a pre-event workshop offering new and utterly unique insight into how criminals and organised gangs are selecting their retailer victims and then systematically inflicting losses on them using counterfeit bank cards, documentation and ID.
Most importantly, Tony will demonstrate practical low cost/no cost methods to beat the bad guys and reduce your shrink.
All this and more!
The day will also include:
- Inspiring insights into cutting edge retail fraud and loss prevention techniques and strategies
- End user case studies and insightful comment on all aspects of retail fraud and loss prevention and its associated technologies
- Peer to peer case study presentations outlining successful strategies across some of the most significant issues and pressing concerns among Irish retailers
- And the results of the very first Irish Retail Fraud Survey. The Survey will provide retailers with the opportunity to benchmark their business’ performance in key areas of LP and adopt effective loss prevention strategies based on tangible business benefits
Call +44 (0) 207 100 3 999 to discuss how you can get involved, or email