Webinar: RFID is Essential for Long Term Retail Success

Thursday, September 29, 2022
2:00 PM ET to 3:00 PM ET | Online


Open industry. All apparel and footwear industry professionals, regardless of AAFA membership, are encouraged to participate.


With the uncertainty facing retailers and brands in today's world of high inflation and uncertain supply chain, inventory visibility is the key to long term retail success.  This webinar will dive into the success retailers are finding and how RFID is the most efficient way to drive profitability in today's world.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:

  • The impact item level visibility has on your business.
  • Why RFID is the most efficient tool to drive omni-channel success.
  • How to handle high inventory levels using RFID.


Scott Reithmeier   
Business Development Manager, RFID Solutions     
Checkpoint Systems

Scott Reithmeier leads Checkpoint's RFID Business Development team for North America, working closely with leading retailers and brands on developing the strategy, business case and deployment of RFID technology to their enterprise.  Scott has been with Checkpoint for more than 10 years, working in a variety of RFID focused roles from engineering, product support, and sales. 


Headshot of Chelsea MurthaChelsea Murtha
Director of Sustainability

Chelsea Murtha serves as the association’s advocate and spokesperson on matters of sustainability and product safety. She engages with Congress, the Executive Branch, independent agencies, as well as state and local legislatures and agencies and foreign governments on sustainability, product safety, and chemical management issues important to the industry. Chelsea is also the staff liaison to AAFA’s Environmental Committee and Product Safety Council.

Chelsea joined AAFA from a Washington, D.C. government affairs firm where she lead advocacy efforts for clients, including several trade associations and apparel and footwear importers, on policy developments related to environmental, social, and governance issues in global supply chains. She has also worked for the U.S. Fashion Industry Association, and a Washington, D.C. international trade policy consultancy firm. Chelsea earned a Master of Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts from the George Washington University.