Atlanta: What makes nontraditional eCommerce important?
In the US especially, customers are used to getting what they want when they want it. Now, however, there’s an added component required to keeping them happy – they want to decide the specifics.
Having something delivered to their home is no longer a novelty, but you can still impress them by letting them decide when and how it’s delivered, as well as allowing them to track their own purchase and engage with your brand via their social media channel of choice.
Why should you attend the Etail Show expo in Atlanta this week?
Experts like Gilt, Alibaba Group, Instacart, Polyvore, and more will be at this year’s Etail Show USA, April 8-9 in Atlanta, GA sharing their expertise and giving you the tips you need to successfully integrate nontraditional eCommerce into your business.
Keeping up with a rapidly evolving industry is a challenge, and you need to make sure your company is able to meet it. That’s exactly what makes the Etail Show USA the perfect event on this subject – it has it all and you can attend the expo, on-floor seminars, and Innovation Showcase for free.
Click here to register for your free expo pass now: http://bit.ly/1GYCIAF
Featured nontraditional eCommerce seminars include:
Take just two days for concentrated networking and learning opportunities, and you don’t have to waste any time the rest of the year desperately searching for those contacts and inroads you need.
Click here to register now: http://bit.ly/1GYCIAF
Don’t miss it! Make sure you’re there alongside the decision-makers driving the industry – after all, you don’t want to be left behind as your competitors progress, do you?
Expo hall times:
10am – 4pm Wednesday, April 8th
10am – 4pm Thursday, April 9th
Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart
The Etail Show USA is organized by Terrapinn Inc.
SOURCE Terrapinn Inc.
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