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Last chance to book for Commerce Summit 2017

By Chris Dawson September 9, 2017 - 12:33 pm

In just two weeks time the Commerce Summit 2017 takes place in Hamburg, hosted by ePages with an expected audience of 500 with 50 commerce expert speakers. It’s an opportunity to learn about the latest news and trends from keynotes and sessions held by experts exploring evolving aspects of commerce, get inspired by discussions and best practices and find out what is possible to expand your business success and connect with other commerce experts, merchants or IT providers.

The program includes three tracks:

  • Strategy (in English)

    Emerging trends and market developments relevant to competitive edge and keeping pace of consumer expectations.

  • Technology (in English

    Retail technology evolves rapidly from cloud infrastructure to apps. Developers from across the ecommerce ecosystem explore and collaborate.

  • Merchant (in German)

    Focusing on the priorities of online merchants, we offer best practice sales techniques, store features, and tools to deliver sales success.

  • And keynote presentations (in English)

For those wanting to stay a few extra days, 20% reduced price tickets are also available for the Reeperbahn Festival when booking your conference ticket. The Reeperbahn Festival will feature over 500 concerts from international artists like Dillon, Beth Ditto or Maxïmo Park.

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