I'm going to the summit to be able to network with fellow ecommerce sellers, service providers, and many ecommerce movers and shakers. The relationships that can be developed and nurtured at a conference like this are invaluable
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2009
Many of the leading ecommerce entrepreneurs will gather in Atlanta, Georgia for the 10th eCommerce Summit (http://www.ecommerce-summit.com) on June 3rd and 4th. The world-class educational event will again be hosted by the eCommerce Merchants Trade Association (http://www.ecommercemerchants.org) and the Professional eBay Sellers Alliance (http://www.gopesa.org).
eCommerce Summits have an impressive history of bringing industry thought leaders together in a more intimate and educational format than most large format conferences. Attendees at previous events have found the information so valuable that many participate daily in an online ecommerce discussion forum at http://community.ecmta.org.
Brandon Dupsky, Managing Director at eCommerce Merchants, recently asked some previous summit attendees why they plan to attend the Spring 2009 Summit.
"I'm going to the summit to be able to network with fellow ecommerce sellers, service providers, and many ecommerce movers and shakers. The relationships that can be developed and nurtured at a conference like this are invaluable," commented Larry Phillips, Owner of Long Beach Philatelics, Inc.
Clarissa Parashar, the owner of TatooApparel.com and PerpetualVogue.com shared, "This will be the 5th PESA/ECMTA Conference that I have attended. I make invaluable contacts and find new business strategies each time I attend. I would not miss it!"
Gary Richardson, the owner of GogglesandGlasses.com replied that "The summit gives me the chance to talk to the best and brightest minds in ecommerce face to face, I wouldn't miss it for the world."
The Atlanta eCommerce Summit will provide attendees with two days of intensive learning, sharing and networking with their peers and industry thought leaders. Building on the success of previous summits, educational topics will include: Expanding International Sales, Search Engine Optimization, Social Marketing, Professional Website Makeover, Effective Email Marketing, Adding Revenue via Online Marketplaces, Managing Multi-Channel Sales, Efficient Product Sourcing and Maximizing Website Analytics.
"Most of the early registrations and initial sponsors for the Atlanta Summit are from organizations that participated in our previous events and understand the tremendous value they receive versus other large-format conferences," noted Mr. Dupsky. "People regularly tell me that our 2008 summit New Orleans was the best and most informative conference they have ever attended."
Companies wishing to attend the event can register now at http://www.ecommerce-summit.com
Companies interested in sponsoring the event can contact Brandon Dupsky at brandon(at)ecmta.org