Book now: Internet Retailing Conference 2014

By Chris Dawson August 21, 2014 - 9:45 am

Internet Retailing ConferenceThis year’s Internet Retailing Conference will take place on the 14th of October at the Novotel, Hammersmith. As one of the premiere events of the year it always attracts the creme de la creme of retailers, speakers and exhibitors.

Shoppers have gone from using their mobile phone to compare prices, to checking in and checking out with their own mobile POS. Showrooming has made it into every-day life and the Oxford English Dictionary. Retailers are enabling services for these always connected shoppers, bringing digital in store, personalising the engagement and gaining competitive advantage in the era of relationships.

Internet Retailing 2014 really is for business people in retail. It is where the industry confers on the painful points of transformation with the key questions for all presentations being how hard was transformation, why did you do it, what have you learnt and how would you do it differently with hindsight?

Speakers will get down to the nitty gritty and share the pain points of transformation; the audience of some 550 delegates are as knowledgeable as the speakers and everyone stays for the entire day. It is not full of speakers on the conference circuit nor is it a supplier, sales pitch led event. It’s for people like you.

Registration is open for the event, the retailers delegate cost is £295.00 plus VAT but there is also totally free access for Retailers to workshops and exhibition area so don’t be put off by the cost if you don’t want to attend the conference session – there are 8 free workshops to choose from, a ton of exhibitors and loads of networking opportunities.

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