Livingston Lecture 22nd May 2012: Growth of the Retail Sector

Free lecture/discussion!

If you are anywhere near Livingston next Tuesday (22nd May) evening and want a couple of hours dicsussing retailing, then there is a free event at West Lothian College from 1800-2000.

There are various speakers as in the leaflet above and programme below, including me trying to be coherent on the Role of Retailing in the Modern Scottish Economy. My presentation can be found here: Livingston May 2012

Full programme is here: WLC_RetailSkills_Programme_V4.

About Leigh Sparks

I am Professor of Retail Studies at the Institute for Retail Studies, University of Stirling, where I research and teach aspects of retailing and retail supply chains, alongside various colleagues. I am Chair of Scotland's Towns Partnership. I am also a Deputy Principal of the University, with responsibility for Education and Students.
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