Book your place for the 10th Internet Retailing Conference

By Chris Dawson September 28, 2015 - 7:20 pm

IRC 10th
We’re just two weeks away from the 10th annual Internet Retailing Conference which takes place on the 14th of October at the Novotel, Hammersmith.

Not only is Internet Retailing Conference the biggest conference aimed at board level ecommerce executives, but this year it’s paired with eDeliery Conference which takes place on the 13th October at the same venue.

Naturally as the 10th anniversary conference, this year’s theme is all around direction for retail based on the experience of the last decade and the next stage of digitally-led transformation in retail.

Following the introduction from Ian Jindal Chairman from Internet Retailing Magazine, the conference kicks off with three keynotes from industry giants: Peter Williams from; Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne of M&S; and Gareth Jones from Shop Direct. Part celebration of achievements to date, part case study on the current context, the culmination of the Keynotes will be setting a direction for multichannel retailers for the coming decade, while still trading the current season!

Delegate fee for the Internet Retailing Conference is £295 (or a two day Internet Retailing/eDelivery pass for £495), but you can also attend the exhibition and workshops for free. Internet Retailing is always a great venue for networking and the exhibition gives an opportunity to meet key third parties that can help your business to grow including multi-channel providers, carriers, payment technology and back office solutions.

If you want to attend book your ticket today. Don’t forget to make travel arrangements which don’t involve driving, if you’re staying on for the post conference cocktail party where you can mingle with the creme de la creme of UK online retail.

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