Online Retailer Conference & eCommerce Expo nears
In the past seven years, over 16,000 retailers have walked through the doors to meet, learn, swap ideas and build partnerships at the Online Retailer Conference & eCommerce Expo. The event, which is on again in Sydney next week, is a melting pot of ideas where retailers develop their skills, witness industry trends, and walk away with new tools to work smarter.
This year’s event encompasses everything retail. Attendees will uncover what it truly means to have an integrated view of their customers across all channels, both online and instore. Global trends and consumer expectations are changing fast, so it is essential to place customers at the core of every business strategy you create, build on continuous improvement and deliver seamless customer experiences.
To master customer centricity, this year the Online Retailer Conference & eCommerce Expo will deliver leading industry professionals who will provide attendees with the right techniques, innovative ideas and actionable insights on the topics of mobile and social commerce; instore experience; supply chain and fulfilment; data, loyalty and retention; omnichannel retailing; acquisition; site optimisation and conversion; globalisation; and business growth.
Retailers of all shapes and sizes are invited to attend the 2015 edition of the Online Retailer Conference & eCommerce Expo, taking place at on Wednesday July 22 to Thursday July 23 at the Royal Hall of Industries and the Hordern Pavilion. Pre-event workshops will be held on Tuesday July 21 at Dockside, Darling Harbour. From online to instore, attendees will walk away better equipped to improve customer experience across all channels.
Don’t miss your chance to learn more about acquiring, nurturing, converting and retaining customers. More information, including how to book your conference pass, can be found at onlineretailer.com.
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