Chandler is a proud sponsor of the upcoming RDI Minneapolis | St. Paul Chapter event on Thursday, July 20!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR. You won’t want to miss the discussion on this year’s EuroShop show trends, findings and insights from our fabulous set of panelists: Jeremiah Albrecht, Creative Director for Chandler, Inc., Matt Nurre, VP of Global Retail for Nanolumens, and Reggie Reyes, VP of Brand Experience for Knock, Inc. We can’t wait to see you there! Food and beverages included.
EUROSHOP RECAP PANEL DISCUSSION
THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
JEREMIAH ALBRECHT, CREATIVE DIRECTOR
CHANDLER, INC. | Connect!
As Creative Director, Jeremiah brings more than 18 years of design experience to Chandler. He leads a team of designers who provide a variety of creative services such as fixture design and store layouts. Jeremiah has worked on a range of projects from retail environments to corporate interiors. His most recent accomplishments include design of the Best Buy Tech Home and Elite store.
MATT NURRE, VP OF GLOBAL RETAIL
NANOLUMENS | Connect!
Matt Nurre has been an Industrial Designer and retail store consultant for over 18 years. Recently, his accomplishments include developing the T-Mobile’s domestic flagship store concept and consulting for Amazon and Intel Corporation. Matt has been actively involved as Chairman of the Chicago Chapter of the Retail Design Institute and enjoyed hosting and judging the International Student Design Competition and store of the year awards.
REGGIE REYES, VP OF BRAND EXPERIENCE
KNOCK, INC. | Connect!
Reggie has been recognized for his holistic approach to design and continues to lead brands and clients to their full potential. Rooted in over two decades of retail branding and environmental design experience, he has a deep understanding of how consumers interact with brands and how they make decisions at every touch point of their journey. Past experience includes work with Hallmark Cards, Target, and Marshall Field’s department stores, where he guided and directed numerous vendor shops and chain-wide roll-outs.