February 24, Solihull

UK: Two entrepreneurs join HTA Technology Conference

Naomi Langford-Wood, out of industry author, entrepreneur and businesswoman and Terri Jones from Joy of Plants have been unveiled as the latest speakers to join the programme for the HTA Technology Conference – Using technology to grow.

The conference takes place on Wednesday 24 February at Cranmore Park, Solihull. The theme for this year’s conference, sponsored by Headline partner CSY retail and Conference partner Swan Retail, is ‘Using technology to grow’. The one day cross industry conference will highlight examples of how technology can help support your business.

Naomi Langford-Wood, entrepreneur and businesswoman, will Chair the event. Naomi has funded and grown 30 companies as well as writing more than 20 business books, including best-seller eCommerce Without Tears.

Terri jones founded Joy of Plants in 2011 to provide plant retailers and gardeners with information and technologies (Bed Card printing, plug-in plant information for websites and e-commerce, phone apps, and more). Terri has over 25 years’ experience designing, developing and deploying technology products and in her talk will speak about why plant info is more important than ever and what’s next on the agenda.

The day will also include an open and informative panel session featuring a range of retailers and suppliers from the industry all using EPoS systems in their businesses with various focus.

Other conference speakers include:
  • David Denny, HTA Market information manager, previewing the launch of the Garden Centre Sales Benchmarking System.
  • 2 Circles - Complete business solutions.
  • Edwin Meijer - Garden Connect, Apps and EPoS.
  • Barclaycard – flexible payment options.
For more information and booking:
events@the-hta.org.uk

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