Connect. Collaborate. Engage.
Held virtually September 22-25, NGA's Executive Conference is a new and unique event designed for CEOs and their leadership teams to explore innovative ways to increase profitability and enhance business opportunities among other industry leaders.
This reimagined Executive Conference will provide attendees with big picture data, best practices, and actionable insights that are on the forefront of the supermarket industry. Attendees can expect a dynamic program featuring sessions with influential speakers that will explore the impending 2020 elections, the economic outlook, pressures on the supply chain, shifting consumer trends, and much more. The event will also feature an opportunity for trading partners to connect through a virtual B2B, along with interactive networking events.
Who Should Attend
Retailers and Wholesalers
- VP/Directors of Marketing
- VP/Directors of Merchandising
- VP/Directors of Technology
- Key Category Managers/Buyers
CPG and Suppliers
- Sales Executives
- Business Executives
- Customer Development Executives
- Account Managers
Featured Keynote Speaker
Nathan L. Gonzales
Nathan L. Gonzales will be kicking off the opening general session of the NGA Executive Conference on September 22, covering what the outcome of the presidential and congressional elections could look like and how they could change the course of politics. 2020 will likely deliver the most anticipated election in our nation's history and the results of races across the country will have an impact on your businesses.
Nathan Gonzales is the editor and publisher of Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales, which provides non-partisan analysis of campaigns for Senate, House, Governor and president. He was an editor, analyst, and writer for the Rothenberg Political Report for more than 13 years before taking over the company in 2015. He offers audiences some of the most detailed electoral forecasting in the business. He can regularly be seen on CNN discussing the latest in politics, and the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and USA Today have all sought him out for his expertise.