What role will the store play in the era of eCommerce? What are the ingredients to successful international expansion? What is the key to using delivery innovation to drive sales and market share? How is a tougher regulatory environment – stemming from GDPR and Brexit – affecting trade?
InternetRetailing Conference seeks to answer these burning questions, by bringing the greatest players in retail, together with the most cutting-edge technology. Re-launching for 2018 – in a brand-new London venue – IRC brings together 800+ retail board members, C-level executives and directors for a breath-taking day of inspiration and collaboration.
Instead of stale PowerPoint presentations, superficial networking and stale one-sided pitches, IRC’s format has been explicitly designed to encourage peer-to-peer learning and board-level collaboration to enable ideas to flourish and innovation to be fostered. Join 25+ executive-led roundtables, chaired by seasoned retail and delivery experts, aimed at fuelling debate and brainstorming on the most pressing topics in retail and innovation. Plus be part of practical training-led workshops covering innovative digital retail solutions that really make a difference.
On top of it all, meet our 50+ speakers from Harrods, Dixons Carphone, ShopDirect, Google, Deliveroo and many others, who will be covering, amongst other exciting topics:
Preparing For The Future: how Will Ecommerce Develop By 2021 And What Should Retail Leaders Do About It Today?
Using Localisation To Drive International Sales: what are the secret ingredients to expanding internationally? Which best practices of localisation will ensure you can trade credibly internationally?
Profitable Same-Day Delivery: how can you meet customer expectations and still make margins?
Mobile-First: why can you no longer afford not to tap into the M-commerce market, which was worth over £25bn last year?
Form lasting connections, share insight and help share retail’s future. Join the retail revolution on October 11th, at the Business Design Centre in London.