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About eCommerce Worldwide

 

Set up in association with IMRG, eCommerce Worldwide provides retailers with the information and resources they need to develop cross-border ecommerce strategies.

Resources include:

  • Cross border trading guides our international passport programme gives in depth information on a country by country basis. Information includes market size, legal framework, need to know marketing insight and logistical requirements
  • Insights we provide regular updates on key market trends and developments
  • eCommerce Worldwide Summit the definitive event for all your cross border needs

The eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit

 

With the inaugural event having taken place in September 2015, eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit has quickly cemented itself as a must attend event for any business looking to implement, improve or expand their eCommerce presence internationally. The 2015 event saw over 300 delegates attending to broaden their knowledge of Cross-Border trading and based on this success the 2016 event has been moved to the larger London ExCel venue.



Retailers who attended in 2015 included:

  • Arcadia Group
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Austin Reed
  • Boden
  • Brora Ltd
  • Cotswold Outdoor
  • Debenhams
  • Dune
  • eBay
  • Fred Perry Ltd
  • Hobbycraft
  • House of Fraser
  • JD Sports
  • JD Williams
  • Kellogs
  • Le Creuset
  • Liberty
  • M&Co
  • Mountain Warehouse
  • Moss Bros
  • Oliver Bonas
  • River Island
  • Screwfix
  • Schuh

2015 eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit


Format of the Event

  • Keynote Presentations 2015 included CEO and Board level speakers from MandM Direct, Feelunique.com and Hermes
  • Panel Sessions 2015 panellists included expert practioners from House of Fraser, Google Worldpay, China- Britain Business Council and European Commission
  • Retailer Breakout Roundtables hosted tables providing interactive discussion groups with subject experts. 2015 hosts included Royal Mail, Barclaycard, DX Group and Lengow
  • Best practice, insight and innovation presentations from global market-leaders. 2015 presenters included Metapack, ReBound, P2P, wnDirect, ACI Worldwide, arvato and Youstice

How is eCommerce Worldwide Different?

  • Fully catered high quality venue
  • Access to the IMRG e-retail community of top retailers, market-leading supply side organisations, and key market influencers
  • Screened registrations to ensure a qualified and motivated audience with an eye on cross-border innovation
  • Information packed programme designed to facilitate learning and networking
  • Involvement of international associations and strategic organisations bringing local knowledge and connections to delegates

2015 eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit


Why London ExCel?

 

The 2016 event will be held at The Platinum Suite in ExCel. London’s leading exhibition and conference centre, providing outstanding facilities and is perfectly located just 5 minutes from London City Airport. It also has 3 onsite DLR (Docklands Light Railway) stations, parking for 3,700 cars and 7 onsite hotels which all means that getting there couldn’t be easier!


Opportunities to meet key decision makers looking for products and services in your area.

How can you get involved?

There are a variety of opportunities available including:

  • Sponsorship
  • Exhibiting opportunities
  • Interactive peer to peer sessions

Would you like to get involved in the Event?

 

There may be opportunities available including:

  • Sponsorship
  • Exhibiting opportunities
  • Interactive peer to peer sessions

Contact the team at eCommerce Worldwide and have a chat about available options and how to get involved with our Summit:

Telephone: 0203 696 0982
Email: sponsorship@ecommerceworldwide.com

 

Contact Us

eCommerce Worldwide
2 Ching Court
49-53 Monmouth St
London
WC2H 9EY

Tel: 0203 696 0980
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