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Isabelle Adams,


Paper For Water

Katherine Adams,


Paper For Water

Jessica Alba,


The Honest Company

Margarita Arriagada,

Chief Merchant


Emily Avedikian,

Founder and Director

Keeps Boutique at The Gatehouse


Steve Barbarick,

President and COO

Tractor Supply Company

Jeff Barnett,

CEO, Commerce Cloud

Salesforce Commerce

Kirsten Blowers,

Owner, Designer, Buyer


Neil Blumenthal,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO

Warby Parker

Brad Bogolea,

Co-Founder and CEO

Simbe Robotics

Matthew Boss,

Managing Director, Equity Research, Consumer Discretionary/Retailing

J.P Morgan

Stefanie Bothelo,

Founder and CEO

Fitzroy Toys

Lisa Bradley,


R. Riveter

Mike Brady,

President and CEO


James Brett,


West Elm

Moziah Bridges,


Mo’s Bows

Adam Brotman,

Chief Digital Officer


Tim Brown,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO


Stacy Brown-Philpot,



Anthony Bruce,

Co-Founder and CEO

Applied Predictive Technologies

Tory Burch,

Chairman and Co-CEO, Founder

Tory Burch LLC, Tory Burch Foundation

Tom Buxton,

President and CEO

Buxton Co.

Greg Buzek,

Co-Founder, President

Retail Orphan Initiative (RetailROI), IHL Group


Mary Campbell,

Executive Vice President, Commerce Platforms

QVC, Inc.

Ann-Marie Campbell,

Executive Vice President - US Stores

The Home Depot

Rick J. Caruso,

Founder and CEO

Caruso Affilliated

Darrell Cavens,



Sona Chawla,

President of Digital and Chief Marketing Officer

Walgreen Co.

Oliver Chen,

Managing Director, Retail & Luxury Head


Manny Chirico,

Chairman and CEO

PVH Corp.

Kerry Cooper,

Former President and COO


Matthew Corrin,

Founder and CEO


Cameron Cruse,


R. Riveter

James Curleigh,


Levi’s Brand

Amanda Curtis,


Nineteenth Amendment

Lisa Clyde,

Global Head of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking

Bank of America Merrilll Lynch


Scott Dahnke,

Global Co-CEO

L Catterton

Jane Dailey,

President, Co-Founder, and Fashion Fairy Godmother

Hollywood Fashion Secrets

Diane Dietz,

CEO and President

Rodan + Fields

Danielle DiFerdinando,

Designer and Creative Director

Danielle Nicole

Mary Dillon,


Ulta Beauty

Richard J. Durbin,

U.S. Senator



Jane Elfers,

President and CEO

The Children’s Place, Inc.

Diane Ellis,

Board Member and Former CEO


J. Michael Evans,

Director and President

Alibaba Group


Helena Foulkes,

Executive Vice President, President

CVS Health, CVS Pharmacy

Julia Fowler,



Gary Friedman,

Chairman and CEO

Restoration Hardware Holding Inc.


Michelle Gass,

Chief Merchandising and Customer Officer


Casey Gerald,

Co-Founder and CEO

MBAs Across America

David Gilboa,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO

Warby Parker

Jim Gold,

President and Chief Merchandising Officer

Neiman Marcus

Jason Goldberg,

SVP, Content and Commerce


Randy Goldberg,


Bombas Socks

Adam Goldenberg,


TechStyle Fashion Group

Charlotte Gould,


Stitches by Charlotte

Kirsten Green,

Founder and Managing Partner

Forerunner Ventures


Erin Harper,

Senior Program Manager

Local Loan Produce Program

Jim Haslam,

Founder and Philanthropist

Pilot Corporation

Dave Heath,


Bombas Socks

Paul Hennessy,



Kerry Cooper,

Former President and COO


Jessica Herrin,

Founder and CEO

Stella and Dot Family Brands

Kevin Hofmann,

President, Online and Chief Marketing Officer

The Home Depot

Tonian Hohberg,

President and CEO

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Chieh Huang,

Co-Founder and CEO

Boxed Wholesale

Christine Hunsicker,

Founder and CEO

Gywnnie Bee


Roslyn S. Jaffe,

Co-Founder, Secretary, Director Emeritus

Ascena Retail Group

Shea Jensen,

Senior Vice President, Customer Experience


Amanda Johnson,


Mented Cosmetics


Jeff Kearl,



Stephanie Korey,

Co-Founder and CEO


Ajay Kori,



Philip Krim,

Co-Founder and CEO



Katrina Lake,

Founder and CEO

Stitch Fix

Michelle Lam,

Co-Founder and CEO


Michael Lastoria,

Co-Founder,CEO and Creative Director


David Lawenda,

Vice President, Global Marketing Solutions - US


Kate Ross LeBlanc,

Co-Founder and CEO

Saje Natural Wellness

Michael Levy,

Founder and CEO

Pet Food Express

Wendy Liebmann,

Founder, CEO and Chief Shopper

WSL Strategic Retail

Walter Loeb,


Loeb Associates, Inc.

Drew Ann Long,


Caroline’s Cart

Steven Lowy,


Westfield Corporation


Jo Malone,

Founder and Creative Director

Jo Loves

Lynn Marmer,

Group Vice President for Corporate Affairs (Retired)

The Kroger Co.

Chris McCann,

President and CEO

Jim McIngvale,

Owner and Philanthropist

Gallery Furniture

Toni M. Miller,

Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Finanical Officer

Boscov’s Department Store, LLC

KJ Miller,


Mented Cosmetics

David Moin,

Senior Editor for Retail

Women’s Wear Daily

Johnny Morris,

Founder and Owner

Bass Pro Shops


Kyle Nel,

Executive Director, Lowe’s Innovation Labs

Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

Karin M. Norington-Reaves,


Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership


Carley Ochs,

Founder, CEO and Designer

Bourbon and Boweties

Shawn R. Outler,

Group Vice President



Bea Perez,

Chief Sustainability Officer

The Coca-Cola Company

Greg Petro,

President and CEO

First Insight

BG Gary M. Profit,

Sr. Director of Military Programs

Walmart, Inc.


J. Paul Raines,



Doug Rauch,

Founder and President

Daily Table

Courtney Reagan,

Retail Reporter


Melissa Reiff,

President and COO

The Container Store

James Reinhart,

Co-Founder and CEO


Jason Del Rey,

Senior Editor, Commerce and Executive Producer, Code Commerce


James Rhee,

Executive Chairman and CEO

Ashley Stewart

Dominik Richter,

Founder and CEO

HelloFresh Global

Alexis Ringwald,

Co-Founder and CEO


Jennifer Rubio,

Co-Founder and Brand Officer



Al Sambar,

Managing Partner

Kurt Salmon North American Retail Consumer Group

Greg Scott,


New York and Company

Jeffery R. Sears,

Founder and CEO


Tina Sharkey,

Co-Founder and CEO


Inventor and Founder


Stormy Simon,


Jonathan Sokoloff,

Managing Partner

Leonard Green & Partners

Gemma Sole,


Nineteenth Amendment

David Spector,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO


Debbie Sterling,

Founder and CEO


Rob Sweeney,

Global Head of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking

Sycamore Partners


Carolyn Tastad,

Group President, North America and Executive Sponsor, Gender Equality


Isabella Rose Taylor,

Fashion Designer, Artist and Entrepreneur

Isabella Rose Taylor Fashions

Buddy Teaster,

President and CEO


Dana Telsey,

CEO and Chief Research Officer

Telsey Advisory Group

Marisa Thalberg,

Chief Marketing Officer

Taco Bell Corp.

Barbara Thau,

Contrbuting Retail Worker

Susan Tynan,

Founder and CEO



Mikaila Ulmer,

Founder and CEO

Me & The Bees Lemonade

Hamdi Ulukaya,

Founder, Chairman and CEO

Chobani LLC

Brittany Merrill Underwood,

Founder and CEO

Akola Project


Deena Varshavskaya,

Founder and CEO



Phil Wahba,

Senior Writer


Tristan Walker,

Founder and CEO

Walker and Company Brands

Kindley Walsh-Lawlor,

Vice President, Global Sustainability

Gap, Inc.

Laysha Ward,

President and Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer


Mark Warner,

U.S. Senator


Emily Weiss,

Founder and CEO


Monika Wiela,

Founder and CEO

Give Back Box


Heidi Zak,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO


Joey Zwillinger,

Co-Founder and Co-CEO





When and why was the Calendar created?

The Calendar, which is widely followed by retailers today, was derived in the s during an informal inter-industry discussion. Prior to and during the s, retailers used a straight calendar to report monthly sales. This calendar became problematic as Saturdays and Sundays became an increasingly large percentage of sales, since the number of weekends in a month varied year to year. A calendar that maintained the same number of weekends in comparable months was desired and the Calendar was developed. Many stores began using the Calendar in the s.

What is the purpose of the Calendar?

The Calendar serves as a voluntary guide for the retail industry and ensures sales comparability between years by dividing the year into months based on a 4 weeks – 5 weeks – 4 weeks format. The layout of the calendar lines up holidays and ensures the same number of Saturdays and Sundays in comparable months. Hence, like days are compared to like days for sales reporting purposes. The Calendar also establishes Sales Release dates, which have historically been on the first Thursday following the month’s end. In recent years, however, as the flow of information has improved, more companies are releasing sales data earlier in the week.

What is a week year?

Due to the layout of the Calendar (52 weeks x 7 days = days), which results in one remaining day each year, and the occurrence of Leap Year, it is sometimes necessary to add a 53rd week to the end of the calendar for sales reporting purposes only. This occurs approximately every five to six years, though this is not always the case. , , and are all week years.

How does NRF determine the need for a 53rd week?

If, after laying out the entire week calendar for any given year, there are four or more days left in January during the 53rd week, then a 53rd week is added. For instance, if you look at the Calendar for , you will see that in there were only three days remaining in January after the 52nd week (January ). However, in there were four days remaining in January so a 53rd week was added on to the end of that year.

How are sales during a week year compared to the subsequent year?

For comparability purposes, the NRF Calendar restates a week year in the subsequent year (ex. is restated for comparability to ). This is accomplished by pushing each week of the week year back one week, thereby ignoring the first week of the fiscal year (in this example, ). The benefit in doing so is to align holidays, which naturally account for a significant percentage of retailers’ sales. The restatement is shown on the restated calendar. The first week of sales for begins on February 5, , and ends on February 11, , versus January 29 – February 4, on the non-restated calendar. An alternative approach is to not restate and instead ignore the 53rd week of sales for comparability.

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This month, Deloitte returns to NRF’s Annual Convention & Expo, nicknamed “Retail’s Big Show.” Here’s a quick rundown on what to expect from us at the one-stop shop for “all things retail.”

Deloitte is returning to NRF’s Big Show, the world’s largest tradeshow for the retail industry, and we are excited about what’s in store! The event will take place January 17 to 20 in New York. We are on point to help you navigate the show floor, explore emerging trends, and consider strategic takeaways that may apply to your business.

What to expect at NRF’s Big Show?

Now in its th year, retail’s oldest and largest industry gathering promises to be its biggest ever – with more than 33, attendees from a who’s who list of retailers spanning the department store, specialty, luxury, discount, grocery, health and beauty, convenience store and food and beverage markets.  

Major themes for this year’s Big Show include global markets, organizational dynamics,inspired by tech, experience retailing and retail cool. Choose a track or volley between them to learn about the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, and how retail leaders are harnessing new technologies and strategies to succeed.

Find us on the show floor!

Deloitte will offer a curated view of the massive expo hall floor, focused around our keynote topic, “Retail Disrupted.” We look forward to guiding those who have registered for tours!

For a full listing of companies who will be exhibiting on the floor, check NRF’s website.

Hear from our experts!*

With so many interesting topics on the agenda, it will be tough to choose, but don’t miss the opportunity to plug into Deloitte’s latest thought leadership. We will host the following sessions. Click on the links below to learn more and add them to your calendar.

Sunday, January 17, , – a.m. – Who will be retail’s movers and shakers in ? Dr. Ira Kalish, Chief Global Economist, Deloitte Research will share insights from Deloitte’s 19th annual “Global Powers of Retailing” report. Join him for “Retail Power Players – Who to Watch in ”

Tuesday, January 19, – p.m. –  Retail leaders from top brands will dive into the challenges facing today’s retailers and provide a look into the future of the industry, the role digital is playing and the evolving business ecosystem in which brands operate. Rod Sides, Deloitte’s U.S. Retail and Distribution Sector Leader, will co-present the afternoon keynote entitled “Retail Disrupted: Navigating the Digital Age” with guest speakers Paul Gainer, EVP, Disney Retail, Disney Consumer Products; John White, COO & EVP, Fossil Group, Inc.; and Christiana Shi, President, Global Direct to Consumer, NIKE, Inc.

* Attendance at all sessions requires conference registration. 

We hope to see you soon at the Big Show!


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The National Retail Federation Big Show

 is almost here! Here are some top tips before you go.


As you make your final preparations, we’ve put together a list with some quick tips to help make sure you’re ready to make the most of the event:


  • Review the conference agenda – Make sure you’ve got the latest information and know the complete schedule so you can optimize your time in New York City. You won’t want to miss any valuable opportunities to network and learn.


  • Get social – Make sure you’re following @NCRCorporation for key updates and using #nrf16 to tag your tweets and join the conversation (be sure to follow our NCR Facebook and LinkedIn sites too).


  • Check out the Sponsor & Exhibitor list – With hundreds of amazing exhibitors at NRF this year, you’ll definitely want to review who will be there and make your plan for who you want to meet.


  • Get ready to make connections – You’ll find countless ways to network with peers, NCR experts, customers and more. There’s a Networking Coffee Break on Sunday, January 17 at pm, an Opening Night Reception at 5pm and the NRF Foundation Gala at pm on Sunday as well.


  • Explore the scene – There’s so much to do in New York. If you have some time either side of NRF and a free evening then check out some of the amazing restaurants, museums, and hot spots located nearby.


We are looking forward to seeing you next week in New York City!


To learn more about the event visit the NRF website.


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