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Last chance to enter The Ecommerce Cup 2018

By Chris Dawson May 23, 2018 - 1:12 pm

If you want to enter a team into this year’s Ecommerce Cup 2018 then Friday is you’re last chance to do so before bookings close.

The event takes place on the 21st of June and already the creme de la creme of the ecommerce world will be there on the day and it’s not too late to join them. Bid on This and JH as the sponsors will of course be there and among the non-players will be a full complement of Tamebay, InternetRetailing and eDelivery editors and staff taking pictures and recording the event and of course making sure that everyone has a fabulous day.

After Friday, we’ll be closing registrations and handing the list of entrants over to the venue so that they can arrange the groups – Every year when the draw takes place we find that in one group or other rivals are pitted against each other so we’ve tactfully turned this task over to the expert to sort out – doubtless there will yet again be a ‘Group of death’ where matches are especially hard fought but with a bit of luck you may get drawn in a group where the competition is less fierce.

Whilst on the pitch rivalry naturally sees no hold barred (don’t worry, we have professional qualified referees!), The Ecommerce cup is a networking event like no other as it’s relaxed and informal and just about every sector of the ecommerce world is represented from marketplaces and third party providers to carriers and retailers themselves. If you’re involved in ecommerce you’re welcome to enter a team and come along to watch the matches.

If you’d like to enter a team, sign up before close of play Friday. We’ll see you on the 21st of June!

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