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.
As retailers compete to deliver the best possible experience for their customers, every part of the customer journey needs to be examined to find ways to surprise and delight. The end of the customer journey, from payments to delivery, is the perfect opportunity to create that exceptional customer experience, but is also one of the hardest parts to control!
In this session, we’ll hear from an expert panel who will help examine this crucial stage of the journey and how it can used as a tool to grow sales and loyalty.
Panel Session Speakers:
Catherine Erdly, Founder, Future of Retail, Future Retail
Davina Lines, Managing Director and Founder, Ecommerce Club
Who should attend: This event is free for retailers, ecommerce brands and consultants who are working with retailers (please state who you have recently worked with) and £35 for vendors in the retail technology or services sector.
Pre-event Networking from 6:00pm over drinks and pizza
Panel session 7.00pm
13th February 2020
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13th February 2020
This week we are interviewing Colin Neil the CEO Vice President of Adyen. Adyen is a payment processor that processes billions of dollars of online payments around the world. So with the focus on ecommerce, we want to talk about the potential friction points in the checkout. https://ecommercestories.podbean.com
6th February 2020
Spotify have published their financial results, for the last quarter of 2019, as they look to expand beyond music to boost profits by royalty payments. The music streaming service ended 2019 with 271 million monthly active users with 124 million of those active users being premium subscribers. The streaming service talked up its podcasts push,… Read more »