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eCommerce Expo 2019 returns this September to London

By Sasha Fedorenko September 12, 2019 - 2:50 pm

eCommerce Expo 2019 is returning this Septemeber to London, bringing two days of networking and education opportunities for merchants aiming to accelerate their success.

The annual free-to-attend event is opening their doors from 25th to 26th September at Olympia London to give merchants new insight, tips and practical advice to navigate the world of marketplaces. Register here to bag your ticket.

Sellers are invited to join more than 15,000 delegates at eCommerce Expo 2019 to learn about new products and services to help them take their businesses onto a new level. More than 150 keynotes at across 12 theatres will consider business topics including:

  • Emerging tech
  • Personalisation
  • B2B
  • Experience and engagement
  • Social, creativity and influence
  • Strategy and growth
  • Data-driven insight
  • Multichannel and mobile
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Payments

“After our record-breaking event last year, we cannot wait for you to join over 15,000 delegates at eCommerce Expo 2019. The event, in association with IMRG, is the must-attend event for everyone involved in B2B or B2C ecommerce.

We’ve added a brand new UX & CRO Theatre and guarantee even more exhibitors this year and are happy to state that the show is once again co-located with Technology for Marketing and ad-tech… so you get three shows in one. All for free!

So please come and join us at the most cutting edge, industry-leading event there is and sate your appetite by interacting with leading suppliers, content programme and fellow visitors across the ecommerce and mar-tech industry.”
– eCommerce Expo.

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