The future of ecommerce in 2021 webinar – This Weds!

By Chris Dawson December 8, 2020 - 10:00 am

RegisterIf you’ve not yet booked for The future of ecommerce in 2021 webinar, led by Callum Campbell, CEO of Linnworks, then it’s time to book as it takes place on Wednesday this week at 4pm.

Christmas fast approaching, the New Year will be on us in no time and it’s time to start thinking about next year and the future of ecommerce in 2021.

Few are better placed to give an overview of ecommerce than Callum – Linnworks is one of the largest multi-channel management solutions in the world and their data will reveal the top trends you need to know about for success in a changed world in 2021.

Callum will be joined by Alan Small, Head of Europe from Wish marketplace and Casey Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer at ShipBob. They will reveal the six key trends that will be key to ecommerce businesses in 2021 – from adapting to a new set of customer expectations to opportunities created by new technologies and an ever-expanding range of selling channels. These key insights identify major trends across customer experience, logistics, and selling and channel strategies that will be key to your ecommerce strategy as you plan for the new year.

Sign up now to discover what’s in store for ecommerce and how can you leverage these trends to hit the ground running. This 2021 webinar will be essential for getting an overview of what to expect and ensure you’re prepared and ahead of the competition when the New Year chimes sound.

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