5 Reasons To Attend The Supermarket Management Class

Feb 20, 2024

With more than 20 sessions and 20 speakers building on grocery management skills, leadership, and personal development, the Supermarket Management Class (SMC) is better than ever.

Check out these top 5 reasons to attend this 5-day small group learning experience. Class will be held at the Coca-Cola Headquarters in Atlanta the week of April 15-19, 2024.

1. Solutions for a better business

With topics ranging from retail strategy and store operations to merchandising, category insights, finance, retail trends, and best practices, virtually every aspect of supermarket performance will be explored — and you’ll head home with a host of creative ideas to improve your customer experience, sales, and bottom line.

2. Your formula for becoming a better leader

The SMC provides you with the tools needed to hone your leadership skills and inspire your team to perform at their best, from strategies to help you develop your team to a self-assessment to identify your leadership style.

3. Learn from the best

This year’s class will be led by the largest group of facilitators ever assembled for an SMC event. You’ll be learning how to take your business to the next level from the industry’s most respected subject matter experts.

4. Team building at its finest

Spending a week in the SMC’s creative and supportive environment allows you to reflect on your business with other members of the industry. This dedicated time with no work demands means you can work together to generate innovative solutions to meet the challenges you all face.

5. Location, location, location

This year, the SMC will take place at Coca-Cola Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to the five-day immersive learning experience, you’ll have the option of touring major U.S. grocery stores in the Atlanta area.

The SMC is open to all members of the independent supermarket industry.

Want more information? Click here to learn more and here to register to attend.

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