Econsultancy Live returns on 22-24 November with another informative, future-focused event, this time looking to the future of ecommerce.

Following the sea change in ecommerce witnessed last year, customers are increasingly beginning their shopping journey online, and multichannel is one of the forces dramatically reshaping the high street. As the pressure mounts for brands to make ecommerce convenient, engaging, sustainable and above all profitable, there has never been a better time to discuss ecommerce’s future and what it holds.
Hear from guests such as Claire Hennah, VP Global Ecommerce at Unilever, and Cassandra Gowing, Head of Social Media and Marketing at Radley London, as well as Econsultancy experts like Digital Transformation Trainer and Consultant Steffan Aquarone, and Colin Lewis, CMO at OpenJaw Technologies and author of Econsultancy’s Ecommerce Best Practice Guide.
Visit the Econsultancy Live website for more information, and we hope to see you on 22-24 November.
To get a sense of what the Econsultancy Live experience has to offer, watch this video from our April event below:

On the heels of ‘What’s Next for CX’, Econsultancy’s highly successful April event, Econsultancy Live is once again turning its attention to the future: this time of ecommerce.
‘The Future of Ecommerce’, held in association with Marketing Week, will take place over three days from 22nd – 24th November, featuring 40+ speakers from some of the most innovative brands that have mastered selling online, with more than 15 hours of learning and insights across topics including direct-to-consumer sales, brand building, platformisation, fulfilment, personalisation, loyalty, social commerce and much more.
In an exclusive offer, Econsultancy subscribers can also claim a complimentary pass to Econsultancy Live: The Future of Ecommerce by getting in touch here.
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To join the conversation, book an Early Bird Pass to save £39 on your ticket – or make a group booking of five or more tickets to save even more on the entry price.

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