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Reasons why you should attend IRX 2018
Only one week to go until the much anticipated IRX takes place!
Internet Retailing Expo and eDelivery Expo (IRX) is the UK’s largest multichannel retail event, happening 21st - 22nd March 2018 at the NEC Birmingham. With over 300 exhibitors, 90 speakers and a 100 hours of great content, this two-day conference is an unmissable event for anybody involved in an eCommerce business and its strategic decision making.
As more and more channels are introduced to connect retailers and consumers, our remit as CEO’s, Directors, Managers, and Executives continue to evolve and expand. IRX offers a huge programme of relevant cutting-edge content to help retailers deliver multichannel strategies that will place their business at the forefront of innovation. Best of all, it’s completely free to register to attend.
Our must not miss recommendations for IRX 2018:
Workshop with Magento
How to deliver a Next Generation Omnichannel Experience for both B2C & B2B
22nd March, 12:35 pm
A key highlight which we are looking forward to attending is the workshop which our partners Magento are hosting. The workshop will include discussions on how to deliver next-generation omnichannel experience for customers and the solution capabilities required. Showing real-life examples of how the Magento platform has helped facilitate this for BAUHAUS, Tous, and Helly Hansen - and has enabled revenue increases of up to 70%. Find out more about what to expect from the workshop.
Keynote from Klarna
Maximise Mobile Conversion: Turn Sitting Rooms into Fitting Rooms
21st March, 11:40 am
Sponsors of the mobile-first sponsor track, Klarna will deliver a keynote on how to create a better mobile commerce experience. Having implemented Klarnas ‘buy now, pay later’ payment solution on many of our customer’s checkouts, we’re excited to hear more from Klarnas Sales Director, Russ Carrol on how merchants can eliminate further online shopper pain points. Helping to bridge the online-offline gap, whilst increasing repeat usage and spontaneous purchases. See the mobile-first track line-up here.
Keynote from Made.com
How to Approach Two-Person International Delivery When You Are Expanding Quickly
21st March, 11:05 am
As part of the final mile track, retailers including Sainsbury’s Argos, Deliveroo and Made.com discuss customer delivery options and how important it is for online retailers to offer options such as hourly and same-day delivery, plus how the scope of customer convenience will change by 2020. Julien Callede, Founder of Made.com explains delivery option solutions for large items, international returns, and how customer expectations differ in different countries. Julien will also advise on how to best manage relationships with international 3PLs - great for merchants exploring foreign markets and wanting to expand quickly. Find out more about the mobile-first track.
In between talks and workshops, there’s a bustling floor of eCommerce company stands to explore. The Two Jay team will be at stand 55, and our eCommerce experts Jamie, Colin, and myself (Steve) would love to chat with you. We’ll be offering one-to-one consultations throughout the two days, giving free advice on how to take your online strategy to the next level and answering any questions you have around Magento 2 and its capabilities. Either pop by our stand or schedule a meeting for a convenient time. See you there!
Two Jay are a Magento Enterprise Certified Solutions Partner, with more than 20 Magento 2 launches including 6 Enterprise Commerce Cloud builds under their belt, and a team of 54 Magento Specialists, Designers, Project Managers and Support team. Clients include small and medium-sized businesses looking to transition to the next stage of growth and larger multinational brands including Cadburys Gifts Direct, Soak & Sleep, Bedeck Home and Jollyes Petfood Superstores.