National Retail Federation (NRF),
Definition of National Retail Federation (NRF):
The National Retail Federation (NRF) is a retail trade association, founded in 1911, that is made up of members from all phases of the retail industry, including department stores, specialty, discount, catalog, internet and independent retailers, restaurant chains and grocers, as well as businesses that supply goods and services to retailers. The NRF forms an umbrella over many state, national and international retail associations.
A retail-trade association with members across the various sectors of retail trade such as department stores, internet, catalogs, services supplying retails stores, restaurants and even companies that supply goods and services to retailers. It is arguably the largest retail-trade association in the world, acting as an umbrella group to over 100 retailer groups at local, national and international level.
The National Retail Federation states that it is the largest association of retailers in the world. It represents a wide variety of retail segments in the United States and over 45 countries. It also holds a large annual convention dubbed “The Big Show” which is held in New York City over multiple days. Based in Washington, D.C., the NRF offers memberships to retailers, industry partners, universities and students, and distributes retail-focused publications such as newsletters and STORES magazine.
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