THANK YOU global community for the continued retail innovation leadership engagement
Very busy couple of months with virtual presentations at Global Crime Summit, Harvard Consortium for Operational Excellence in Retailing (COER) summer program participation, board meetings, Transatlantic retailers’ leadership ideas exchange, Retail Risk London, IT Technology Panel Discussion, lots of podcasts, new articles, new innovation companies’ engagements.
THANK YOU for the Continued Expanding Global Engagement
Very busy schedule with a USA / Europe LP Virtual Roundtable, Future of Retail Risk Europe & Australia Presentations, IT Distributor Panels & Presentations, Lots of Podcasts, New Articles, and New Innovation Companies Engagements
Join me with other major retailers as we keynote the virtual GLOBAL RETAIL CRIME SUMMIT in July
Virtual Event - July 16, 2020 - Register today at https://bit.ly/36ebFTs
Continuing our global virtual tour, let’s make one more stop in Amsterdam at the Anne Frank’s House and Museum. Her full name was Annelies Marie Frank. Her world-famous Diary chronicling the two plus years in hiding from the Nazi’s has been translated into 70 languages and has sold 30+ million copies.
Anne rewrote her diary in 1944 after hearing a call on the radio from the BBC for people to save their war-time diaries in order to help document the suffering during the occupation. She received the Diary, which was really an autograph book, on her 13th birthday. The residents of the secret hidden Annex were discovered on August 4, 1944 and of the 8 in hiding only Anne’s father, Otto, survived the holocaust.
Amsterdam has a lot of charm, including its canals, more bicycles than people, but at the top of my list and that of my family was the Anne Frank house and Museum. It’s an emotional rollercoaster observing both the attic hideout and reliving the memories of the past.
As we leave Amsterdam, let’s remember Anne’s words. “Where there’s hope, there’s life. It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.”
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