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It’s Linn Academy 2018 on Wednesday this week

By Chris Dawson September 10, 2018 - 10:06 am

This week, hundreds of online retailers will be heading to the biggest multi-channel solution provider conference of the year as Linnworks’ Linn Academy 2018 takes place in Birmingham.

Half a decade ago, Linn Academy start off as a dozen or so retailers meeting up to discuss the state of ecommerce and how Linnworks was being developed to support them. This week will be their biggest conference ever, having moved to The VOX at the NEC it’s now questionable if the venue will be large enough with the number of retailers expected to attend.

Mark Jeffries will be the host for Linn Academy 2018 and he recently shared some insights on what to expect from the day:

As well as meeting Linnworks founder Fedor Dzjuba and CEO Callum Campbell, Deborah Meaden will be answering retailers questions live on stage and a host of other experienced ecommerce professionals, including many highly successful online retailers, will be sharing secrets to boost your business. Best of all, there won’t be a single sales pitch on stage all day – speakers have been banned from self promotion and if you want to learn more about their companies then catch them on the conference floor or visit their stands in the exhibition. Linn Academy is all about you and your business and how you can prosper in the year ahead.

Tickets are still available, so if you’ve not already booked then reserve your place today and make your way to the NEC this Wednesday.

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