Retail Council of Canada announces powerful agenda at its inaugural digital retail conference in Montreal

August 22, 2014


Retail Council of Canada (RCC) is proud to announce its full agenda, including key Quebec and North-American influencers in the retail and digital industry.  The first of its kind by RCC, DTLQC. is a digital retail conference taking place on October 8th in Montreal at The Windsor Ballrooms. Focusing on online retail, the explosion of multi-channel and global trends, this engaging event will bring together decision makers and influencers in social media and retail marketing.

Nathalie St-Pierre, Vice President, RCC Quebec, says DTLQC. is unique in that sessions offer engaging content for a complete perspective on all online and digital retail trends in Quebec and across Canada.

“With the online and digital retail revolution, there is a growing need to understand how various aspects of the retail industry are rapidly changing,” says St-Pierre.  “RCC is committed to providing idea-generating education to retailers, and sees a need to focus on online and digital from the various perspectives of the consumer, the pure-play online retailer, social media and traditional bricks & mortar.”

“As a retailer, I recognize the need to discuss key trends and innovative concepts to stay at the forefront for our customers”, says Alain Dumas, Senior Director of Public Affairs, Sobeys Québec and Conference Chair and Event Host.  “I’m honoured to be hosting such an important event for RCC, who I see as a trusted resource in the Canadian retail industry.”

The agenda includes a high-profile list of leaders in the Quebec and North-American retail and e-commerce industry whose dynamic backgrounds focus on digital. Speakers are presenting in French or English, thus simultaneous interpretation is provided. Represented organizations include: Beyond the Rack, CEFRIO, Dans l'oeil du dragon, FGL Sports Ltd. & Mark's, Frank & Oak, Google Canada, Groupe Dynamite, HEC Montreal, La Presse, Léger Marketing, Lolë, Real Ventures, Sid Lee, Shopify, Sobeys, Twist Image and University of Ottawa.

To view the full agenda and further information, visit


About Retail Council of Canada (RCC)

Retail Council of Canada ( is the Voice of Retail. Founded in 1963, RCC is a not-for-profit association which represents more than 45,000 stores of all retail formats, including department, grocery, independent merchants, regional and national specialty chains, and online merchants. 

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For further information:
Sam Shecter
Retail Council of Canada
[email protected]