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Two days to Linn Academy Virtual 2021

By Chris Dawson October 4, 2021 - 12:16 pm

There are just two days left to register for Linn Academy Virtual 2021 which kicks off on the 6th and 7th of October, bringing together the biggest and brightest industry leaders, innovators and brands to shape the conversations on the future of ecommerce. During the two day conference, Linnworks will share the insights needed to be at the forefront of the fastest moving landscape that vendors and merchants have ever experienced.

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There are four channels at Linn Academy Virtual 2021: Growth, Automation, Insights and Product. You’ll be able to pick and choose between channels so take some time to register and select the session which will assist you most before the conference starts.

Even if you’re not a Linnworks user, you’ll want to log in at 2pm on Wednesday to hear from Callum Campbell, Linnworks CEO who will open the conference as he looks back at an unprecedented year in commerce and unpacks how a Total Commerce approach drove growth for many retailers through recent uncertain times. Also discover what the key elements of their success was, and how retailers can build on this momentum to set themselves up for success in the new, effortless economy.

You’ll also hear from eBay, Fruugo, OnBuy marketplaces and Facebook & Instagram and Pinterest social media platforms in the Growth channel – key session for those looking to expand their business to where customers are shopping today. Social channels are of particular interest as times are changing and whereas once you would drop a link to your website on a social channel, today these same channels are becoming enablers of ecommerce and transactions are completed on social sites without the consumer clicking through to your website. Don’t miss these sessions if you want to engage with customers on the platforms they spend much of their online time.

In the Automation channel, join Join Eszter Koves from the commercial team at Amazon Shipping, to dive into findings from a RetailX report around the importance of next-day delivery in the modern climate. You’ll also want to tune in for the final session in this channel when Digital River host a panel to discuss how can you build a truly sustainable brand and still be profitable? Discover how to ensure sustainability truly exists at all points along your supply chain, fulfilment and shipping channels and how this can become one of your greatest drivers of success.

TheInsights channel will bring deep dives into a range of topics and you’ll hear from speakers including the IMRG, Gorgias, and the Department of International Trade. This channel will look at ecommerce and directions you may wish to take your business for the future.

Naturally if you’re a Linnworks user than the Product channel will be of key interest for learning how to use your multichannel solution.

Register to attend

It will only take about 30 seconds to register for Linn Academy Virtual 2021, so make this your next task today and you’ll be ready for the conference running this Wednesday and Thursday from 2pm to 5.30pm.

  • Daniel
    2 months ago

    Complete waste of time Linnworks lies to its customers and had price hikes for a system that is buggy and support which is sporadic at best

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