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PayPal & ChannelAdvisor to present at eTail Europe

By Chris Dawson May 21, 2008 - 7:23 pm

In two weeks time some of the leading UK online retailers will be heading to Café Royal, London for the eTail Europe conference.

The show is aimed at VPs, Directors and managers of online retailers with tracks on Web 2.0/Emerging Technologies, Mutli-Channel Integration, Advanced Merchandising and Personalisation & Segmentation. There is also a Search & Analytics Day on the 2nd June prior to the main conference on the 3rd – 4th June.

Show sponsors include PayPal, with Carl-Olav Scheible sitting on a Keynote Panel: Expanding Your Horizons: Becoming An International Retail Player, and as a lead sponsor ChannelAdvisor, with James Scott discussing Reaching Buyers Wherever They Shop Online. James will be presenting real-life case studies from top retailers such as Schuh, Charles Tyrwhitt and Orvis, as well as discussing the best practices employed by these retailers.

The show is smaller than most, with some 280 leading e-commerce executives expected to attend. With the attendance cost at £1119 for retailers and £1624 for industry service providers it ensures only serious retailers will be in attendance providing a perfect opportunity for networking with peers.

This appears an ideal opportunity for PayPal to sign up a couple more top UK retailers, they’re on a roll at the moment with the news that they’ve partnered with Microsoft released today.

  • Woah that is one expensive conference!

  • Dave
    13 years ago

    Ebays absence from this is notable, I thought they were trying to get major sellers on Board, urely this would be the type of event for them to do this.
    Maybe they have realised that the big players (Schustore excepted) have no interest in joining them

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