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Registration is now open!

NRF NXT ALL ACCESS is a free 3-day online event that is open to everyone. Reserve your spot today.



For updates on the impact of coronavirus on NRF meetings and events,
please visit the NRF event calendar.


3-day Virtual Event Pass 

NRF NXT ALL ACCESS is a free online event (a $695 value) and is open to all people who are associated with the retail industry.



If you are a solution provider and would like to participate in the NRF NXT ALL ACCESS virtual Expo, contact Tami Sakell at (202) 661-3044 to learn about our sponsorship opportunities.

Questions about Registration?

Susan Cuevas
Manager, Attendee Services
(202) 626-8161 or



Registration FAQs

Who is eligible to attend?

This event is open to retailers and sponsors only.

Retail Definition

NRF defines a retailer as a company whose core business is to sell consumer goods directly to the end consumer via storefront, catalog, television, or online. Chain restaurants are included in this definition. The company must own the merchandise it sells. Companies primarily engaged in the sale of goods or services to businesses, whether at wholesale or retail, are not considered retailers.

What is a Retail Member?

"Retail Member" denotes National Retail Federation (NRF) membership or membership in an NRF division.

What if I can't attend after I have registered for the event?


All cancellation requests must be in writing to Cancellation requests received by July 1, 2020, will receive a full refund. No refund for requests received after July 1, 2020, regardless of when the registration was received. Non-attendance does not constitute cancellation.


Substitution requests must be made in writing and include who is being substituted and the new registrant's name, title, address (if different), phone and email. Substitutions cannot be made onsite once the individual has checked in.


Reserve your hotel room at Monarch Beach Resort. Last date to reserve a room at the discounted rate is June 23, 2020.


Business casual attire is suggested.