Definitely worth visiting! Retail Without Borders 2018 #RWB18 is one of the better conferences for its networking opportunities. It is not one of the largest conferences, neither the best quality speakers (most often co-sponsors), but if you are looking to talking and networking with your peers this is definitely worth a visit. The fact the conference is held in the QE2 centre just opposite Houses of Parliament add is a bonus and very easy access. The event is organised by We Are Pentagon The main theatre at #RWB18, ex-Alibaba speker Al Gerrie, CEO at ZigZag Global
Alibaba China computer vision Convenience Store ecommerce FMCG Interior JD.com Machine Learning new product Omnichannel On to Offline Payment Tech Pop-Up Shops retail technology Self-Serve Startup Store of the Future Stores
Our verdict (of 5): Admittedly we visited Ecommerce Expo in 2016 and were very impressed and the September 2017 edition did not disappoint on content or exhibitors. In fact it seemed as the quality of exhibitors was slightly better than the previous show. Ecommerce Expo had everything from the usual suspects such as Shopify, SAP Hybris, Bronto, Marketo and others to some of the more exciting startups such as Mad Street Den, Phrasee and others. SAP Hybris were mightily excited about their rumoured $350m acquisition of Gigya and the opportunties this will mean for upselling to existing Gigya customers and...
Made.com, the online furniture store, opened their physical 'guideshop' on Tottenham Court Road in early 2015. We took a stroll in the store on Dec 7, 2016. This is a 360 Virtual Reality video. If you cannot see the film in VR try viewing with another browser. For more information like this contact us