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Linn Academy Agenda and the unmissable speakers you’ll want to see
The Linn Academy Agenda is out and so you can check which speakers and subjects you want to hear at the conference. As always the Linn Acadamy Agenda has no space on the stage for sales pitches, every session is tailored to help you grow and lead your business to success.
Naturally the one session everyone wants to know the time of is when Karren Brady will be taking to the stage – Karren is the last speaker of the day before closing remarks so make your way to the Academy Stage at 15.45pm for the live interview.
The very capable Jeremy Miller, Founder of Sticky Branding, will be hosting the day and introducing the speakers and we have to give a shout out to some Tamebay friends, a couple of Tamebay’s earliest readers, who will be at Linn Academy. Tayyab Akhlaq will be on the Academy Stage at 11.30am sharing lessons he’s learnt from setting up a business as a retailer and at 13.30pm I’ll be joined by Chloe Thomas and John Lawson on the Linnworks Spotlight stage to the short-term future of ecommerce and how to prepare for the next few months and years.
The agenda is packed full of other renowned ecommerce experts including Journalist & Author Matthew Syed, Author and Business Owner Marcus Sheridan and Amazon Specialist Danny McMillan. You’ll find the keynote speakers on the Linnworks Academy Stage and on the Linnworks Spotlight Stage you’ll find topics more directed at particular parts of your business to give real world advice.
Don’t forget that throughout the day there will also be Linnworks 30 min one-to-one support session and professional workshops, so make sure you check the agenda before signing up for a session which means you’ll miss your favourite speaker.
If you’ve not already booked your Linn Academy ticket, you need to hurry as early bird prices end at the end of June. Normal prices apply from the 31st of July and until then there is a 50% saving to be had.