Fees are based on your company type.
Here’s how to determine which pass/fees you qualify for.
A retailer is defined as a company that meets the following criteria:
The core business is to sell consumer goods directly to the end consumer via storefront, catalog, television or online.
The company must own the merchandise it sells.
The company must be able to provide a business license confirming its status upon request.
The company must currently be in business.
Chain restaurants, grocers, and convenience stores are included in this definition.
Your company primarily sells business-to-business or wholesale. While an individual consumer could purchase a product from you directly, most of your customers are businesses. Example: A company that sells point of sales systems primarily sells them to businesses.
Your company runs a website, provides an e-commerce platform, and/or processes transactions on behalf of a retailer as a third party. Example: ABC Company runs the website for XYZ Retailer, but its staff is employed by ABC Company. ABC is the vendor and XYZ is the Retailer.
A company whose core business is providing services to the end consumer.
Examples include rental services, ride sharing services, subscription services, streaming services, etc.
A private equity investment, financial holding, or venture capital company is one that is the ultimate parent company and has full ownership of the retail brand(s).
Your company runs a platform where either you, and/or other retailers sell merchandise direct to consumer.
Analysts may be either individuals or organizations whose core business is producing research and analysis on issues related specifically to the retail industry.
For more information contact email@example.com.
Industry members of the press are welcome to cover its conferences.
Due to the increasing number of media attending our events, we have established an approval policy for granting editorial press members complimentary registration.For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be eligible for the educator rate at NRF events, an individual’s primary occupation must be as a teaching faculty member instructing students in a public or private college or university, junior or community college or career/vocational school.
Educators may also be a director of a college or university center for retail.
Educators must be prepared to submit two of the following: A current curriculum vitae, a scanned copy of a valid university ID, or a link to a profile page on an eligible institution’s website.
* The organizers reserve the right to determine which companies qualify and under which category.