The Retail Summit 2022

March 14-15, 2022 | UAE

Taking place annually in Dubai, The Retail Summit is a global, content-led event for c-level executives from across retail to come together to learn, connect and debate.

Bringing together +1000 of the brightest minds of the global retail community, it is the premier platform to shape the future of retail.

Providing you with a platform that facilitates discussion around the sector’s most controversial, seminal topics in an honest and authentic manner...straight to your desk!

Nearly 2000 people tuned in live to engage, listen and pose questions to peers at the inaugural online summit, which saw 91 speakers from retail, hospitality and F&B come together to debate and discuss the most pertinent issues.
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Spotlight

Despite decades-long efforts from governments, non-profits, and their philanthropic funders to affect change through entrepreneurship support organizations (ESOs), job-creating entrepreneurship has steadily declined, millennials aren’t starting new businesses, and huge gaps still exist between business outcomes for companies owned by white men and those owned by women and/or minorities. While entrepreneurship participation among minority groups, most notably black women, is growing at a higher rate than for white males, business success for companies owned by minorities, both male and female, continues to lag far behind that of companies owned by whites (inclusive of data for both sexes). White-owned businesses average seven and a half times the gross receipts of minorityowned businesses4 and minority-owned firms are more likely to be turned down for business loans (even when controlling for attractiveness factors of the application, like credit score) and receive only 1% of all venture capital funding.


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Spotlight

Despite decades-long efforts from governments, non-profits, and their philanthropic funders to affect change through entrepreneurship support organizations (ESOs), job-creating entrepreneurship has steadily declined, millennials aren’t starting new businesses, and huge gaps still exist between business outcomes for companies owned by white men and those owned by women and/or minorities. While entrepreneurship participation among minority groups, most notably black women, is growing at a higher rate than for white males, business success for companies owned by minorities, both male and female, continues to lag far behind that of companies owned by whites (inclusive of data for both sexes). White-owned businesses average seven and a half times the gross receipts of minorityowned businesses4 and minority-owned firms are more likely to be turned down for business loans (even when controlling for attractiveness factors of the application, like credit score) and receive only 1% of all venture capital funding.

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