• The 4th edition of #LengowDay will take place on 27th September in Paris
• To win, entrants just need to name three speakers at one of Europe’s top ecommerce events
On 27th September, Lengow’s Ecommerce Day 2016 will see high-profile speakers, 350 top retailers from around the world, and participants from all over Europe descend on Paris to exchange expertise on ecommerce and the future of the online retail sector.
Do you fancy being there in Paris to meet with industry experts and discuss all things ecommerce? Ahead of the day, Lengow has a competition to give away two free tickets to retailers. All entrants need to do is respond to one very simple question: can you name three people speaking at this year’s event? Please send you responses by email to email@example.com by 9th September 2016, with their own name, job title, company name and email address.
Each year, Lengow, the European leader in feed-management, gathers key ecommerce players from around the world for Lengow Ecommerce Day. During the day, participants follow a themed programme of their choice, including plenary lectures, master classes, round tables and thematic workshops. This year, 350 top decision makers (CEOs, COOs, Heads of Ecommerce, Heads of Digital and Heads of Marketing) are gathering to discuss four main themes.
Search engines, price comparison sites, marketplaces, social networks, messenger applications. How can you succeed in omnichannel?
Faced with global actors such as Amazon or Alibaba, online retailers can no longer limit themselves to their own domestic markets. How can you break through domestic borders and launch activity in Southern, Northern or even Eastern Europe?
After several years of unfulfilled promise, mobile has finally become the ‘first screen’ for a whole new generation. Should your business experiment with new features such as voice recognition, images or even virtual reality?
In the era of Big Data, social networks and the Internet of Things, data is crucial. How can you manage this data, and adopt a data-driven strategy?
Meet the key cross-data players and discover the best practices.
This year will also see a panel discussion featuring European countries’ professional associations, including IMRG, Adigital, Bevh, Fevad and Netcomm.
It may be quick and easy to create an online shop but being visible and efficient, and achieving success internationally, is more complicated. In our ever-changing industry, retailers need to stay ahead of the game by investing in technologies, approaches, knowledge and processes that bring control, insight and simplicity in order to work smarter. The event will tackle a range of trends, questions and challenges, and European ecommerce figures are invited to share their best practice. We have also created a European editorial committee so that the event has been designed and developed by experts from around the world,’ said Elodie Vigneron, Head of Communications at Lengow.
Lengow’s competition Terms and Conditions:
1) The deadline for entries is 4pm on 9th September 2016.
2) Travel and accommodation is not covered as part of the prize.
3) The winners will be informed by email.
4) The judge’s decision is final.
5) Personal information that you provide by email will be used only for this competition.
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