ChannelAdvisor announces AutoCommerce 2020 speakers

By Chris Dawson January 21, 2020 - 8:02 am

ChannelAdvisor have announced the AutoCommerce 2020 speakers for the conference taking place this coming Wednesday, the 23rd of January, at at ChannelAdvisor’s corporate headquarters in North Carolina.

AutoCommerce 2020 is focused on the business needs of automotive brands, distributors, demand partners, and retailers and the agenda, sponsors and the AutoCommerce 2020 speaker are now available on the conference website.

AutoCommerce 2020 speakers

ChannelAdvisor’s Curt McDowell, Director of Strategic Partner & Category Management, will kick off the event with a keynote:

“AutoCommerce is a must-attend event for online automotive brands and retailers gearing up for what’s next in e-commerce. The pace of change in e-commerce, emerging technologies, and the increasing demands of mobile-driven consumers can seem overwhelming and complex, but it doesn’t have to be. With reliable solution partners, there are potential opportunities for growth, marketplace expansion, and faster fulfillment. Our dynamic roster of speakers will offer AutoCommerce attendees at least five tangible strategies they can take back to their businesses to help optimize for peak performance and improve scale and agility in the new year.”
– Curt McDowell, Director of Strategic Partner & Category Management, ChannelAdvisor

Through Ask the Expert sessions and customized breakouts, AutoCommerce attendees can gain valuable industry insights and new skills applicable to their ongoing e-commerce success. In addition to ChannelAdvisor’s team of marketplace experts, this year’s featured presenters were selected from its best-in-class partner ecosystem.

Leading industry experts scheduled to address a range of relevant topics focused on digital marketing, advertising, pricing, marketplace and inventory management, ChannelAdvisor Fulfillment Services, and more, include:

  • Tony Minock, CEO, Cellacore

    Conference visitors can learn how to help drive incremental sales growth through Minock’s informative session titled “Tactics to Improve Sales Through Expanded Product Data.”

  • Brad Fry, Business Strategy & Development, Sr. Manager, eBay

    Fry’s interactive presentation can help attendees master the best practices for building a successful business on eBay.

  • Emily Riley, COO, 71lbs

    Conference participants can benefit from Riley’s fulfillment expertise during this breakout session titled “Tips and Tactics for Reducing Shipping Costs.”

  • Steph Schmitt, Agency Development Manager, Google

    During this immersive training session, attendees can receive help with their digital marketing strategies to enable sales through various Google ad types, including how to create and execute YouTube video campaigns.

  • Ryan Tominaga, Director Online Retail, Automotive, Walmart

    Conference visitors can benefit from Tominaga’s automotive expertise as well as gain tangible tips to help strengthen their performance on Walmart.

What’s particularly telling is the absence of Amazon – whilst eBay is a major player in the auto industry, Amazon have failed to make much of an impact with auto parts and aren’t featured at AutoCommerce 2020.

AutoCommerce 2020 tickets

Registration for the event – which includes keynotes, breakout sessions, meals, training sessions, and an invitation-only networking reception – is $50.

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