The Ecommerce Club

Welcome to the Ecommerce Club

We are a member-led group dedicated to encouraging and supporting retailers in developing ecommerce expertise. Building collaboration through information sharing, market insight, networking and events, we’re bringing the industry together to develop best practice for an omnichannel future.

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Ecommerce Club Summer BBQ

Ecommerce Club Summer BBQ

Join us at our annual Ecommerce Club Summer BBQ on the rooftop at the Queen of Hoxton on Tuesday 13th August for an afternoon of great food, networking, content and a chance for you to network and share ideas and experiences with your retail peers.

We will have an expert Industry panel including QueryClick at the BBQ where we will future gaze into what’s next for ecommerce in terms of technology, machine learning, buying behaviours, marketing, mCommerce and the blending of the high street and online.

Date: Tuesday 13th August
Time: 12 noon – 4pm. BBQ foods will be served between 12pm and 2pm, panel at 2pm
Venue: On the roof terrace at the Queen of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3JX

Who should attend for free: Heads of Ecommerce, Ecommerce Managers, CMOs, Digital Marketing Managers, Heads of CRM, Heads of Customer Insight, UX or equivalent at retailers with revenues of over 5 million.

Vendor Tickets: A limited number of vendor or agency tickets are available to purchase at £100 each, please choose the supplier option as you go through to book.

Please Note: If you need to cancel a paid ticket you have until 7 days before the event, after this no refund will be made but you are welcome to send a colleague to replace you.

Register Here

Ecommerce Club & Future of Retail presents, Amazon in 2019

In a time where the retail headlines are often troubling, Amazon continues to be growing everywhere – whether it’s pioneering cashier-less stores or expanding their 2 hour delivery slots with Morrisons.

As Amazon continues its relentless march towards seeming world domination every business owner has to decide where Amazon fits into their strategy.

– Do you use them as a distribution channel?

– Do you compete with them head-on through developing first class online capabilities of your own?

– Do you appeal to the growing group of customers who are taking a stand against Amazon, and focusing on what they can’t do?

In this panel discussion, we explore how retailers in 2019 are reacting to the giant from Seattle.

The event starts at 6pm and will finish by 8.30pm with the talks at 7.00pm. Drinks and pizza will be provided as you arrive and drinks after the panel session ends for some closing networking.

Event Detail

Tuesday 17th September

At the offices of Qubit

^pm – 8.30pm

Who should attend: This event is free for retailers and ecommerce brands and £25 for vendors in the retail technology or services sector

Agenda:

Pre-event Networking 6:00pm

Panel session 7.00pm

End 8.30pm

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