RBTE 2017 Exhibitor Spotlight - Datalogic

Published: 09:24:00 on the 8th Mar 2017

Author: Sachin Pankhania


Datalogic will be exhibiting at RBTE 2017 In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from Peaky Blinders fan and field marketing co-ordinator at Datalogic, Mari Still.

About the company...

Why are you returning to RBTE 2017?

We’ve been attending RBTE for a number of years now. The show provides a unique platform to showcase our technology and offers an excellent forum to build relationships with new and existing customers. Through the conversations at the show we often discover emerging trends and different points of view that enable us refine and improve our solutions. We hope that the show in 2017 will continue to offer these valuable opportunities.  

How effective is RBTE compared to your other forms of marketing?  

RBTE is a vital part of our marketing mix, complementing our PR strategy and allowing us to meet existing and potential customers in a highly effective and timely manner.

Tell us about your company in Tweet form (no more than 140 characters)…

Datalogic works with over a third of the world’s leading retailers from fashion to department stores, supermarkets to convenience stores and everything in between. 

The people behind the company...

What was your first car?

A red Fiat 128.

What 3 things would you take with you on a desert island?

Favourite album from your teens?

Led Zeppelin IV.

What's your Starbucks order?

I avoid as I don’t drink coffee.

Veuve Clicquot or pint of ale?

Veuve Clicquot, even when I can only afford ale.

Favourite gadget you own?

My Fitbit.

Favourite TV show?

Peaky Blinders.

What would be the first thing you would do if you won the lottery?

Firstly I’d have to start playing the lottery……

You can see Datalogic on stand 440 at RBTE, which takes place between 8-9 May 2017. To see who else is exhibiting at the show click here.

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