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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Our Current Events



Join the Ecommerce Club Working Lunch Manchester: Bridging Content and Commerce on Thursday 26th May from 12:30pm to 3:00pm at ABode Manchester.

In an increasingly complex landscaper. retailers face a number of challenges when bridging content and commerce. Including aligning the internal organisation around this goal, creating processes, and using technology to develop and deploy high-performing content. So the questions is how do you tackle this issue and find the most effective content strategy for your brand. Join Amplience and Mark Leach, Head of Ecommerce at Missguided to explore this topic.

A special thank to our founding partners BORN, ATTRAQT,Greenlight Commerce, Demandware, NMP, Monetate and Amplience.



Join us on Wednesday 29th June from 2:00pm to 6:00pm at Rich Mix for our Ecommerce Club: e-Innovation day. Innovation in retail is redefining the way retailers do business, as demand from customers for personalised experiences soars. New technologies abound, enabling retailers to respond to customers needs. The challenge lies not simply in listening to customers but in harnessing the right technologies and innovations for you. This event aims to stimulate ideas, instigate discussion around optimising your relationship with the customer, understand how to embed innovation throughout the business and showcase some new tech.  This is an unmissable event, for those who believe in digital evolution

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