Book early for ChannelAdvisor Catalyst 2014

By Chris Dawson October 13, 2013 - 6:28 am

ChannelAdvisor Catalyst 2014ChannelAdvisor have announced the date for their superb annual Catalyst Conference. It’ll take place in London on the 10th of April 2014 so mark it in your calendar.

The format has changed this year to consolidate all the learning to one day, the 10th of April. ChannelAdvisor have confirmed a great space in the Hilton London Metropole and all the Catalyst favourites like the workshops, keynotes, networking and (my personal favourite) the sweet stand will all be returning.

Catalyst has always been one of the highlights of the ecommerce year. Not only do they have some of the best speakers (last year Nick Wheeler, the CEO of Charles Tyrwhitt, was especially fantastic), but it’s also one of the best places to network with your peers.

Get set for a long day, the conference runs from 8:00am-5:30pm followed by the Catalyst drinks reception from 5:30pm-8:30pm (and doubtless some will be heading out for a meal and a few more drinks afterwards).

It’s also worth pointing out that whilst Catalyst is run by ChannelAdvisor, don’t be put off if you’re not using their solution, even if you use a competitor’s software Catalyst always has a ton of useful information for ecommerce retailers and 99% of it is not specific to ChannelAdvisor’s services – it’s definitely not a sales pitch.

Advance booking will get you a half price ticket for £50 instead of £100. The half price tickets are available until the end of the year.

If you’re one of our readers from across the pond, Catalyst 2014 US will take place at Las Vegas on the 10th to 12th of March 2014.

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