ChannelAdvisor Catalyst E-Commerce Conference Almost Sold Out

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Exclusive Events, an Updated Agenda and Improved Networking Opportunities Create Rush of Registrations

ChannelAdvisor Catalyst 2011
This year’s Catalyst will facilitate more intimate face time with industry leaders through the new Meet and Greet, and will offer a heightened focus on the current issues that retailers are evaluating, such as mobile and social commerce.

ChannelAdvisor, a software and services solution provider that enables online retailers to sell more across e-commerce channels, today announced that its annual Catalyst Conference is on the brink of selling out. Taking place April 4-6, 2011 at the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club in Durham, N.C., Catalyst has drawn record attendance and sold out the past several years.    

“We’ve had an overwhelming amount of interest in Catalyst this year from retailers and industry players alike,” said ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo. “This year’s Catalyst will facilitate more intimate face time with industry leaders through the new Meet and Greet, and will offer a heightened focus on the current issues that retailers are evaluating, such as mobile and social commerce.”

The Catalyst E-Commerce Meet and Greet is an intimate networking event that enables Catalyst attendees exclusive access the VIPs of the e-commerce world. The theme of this year’s event is Accelerate Your E-Commerce, which is reinforced by the networking opportunities and cutting-edge speakers and sessions.

Catalyst attendees will hear keynote presentations from Google, eBags.com, Sears Marketplace and eBay.

Additional participating companies include:

  •     The Finish Line
  •     Under Armour
  •     Forrester Research Inc.
  •     Crocs
  •     Plow & Hearth
  •     Toolup.com
  •     Lucky Brand Jeans
  •     Sierra Trading Post
  •     Recellular
  •     Secondipity
  •     PayPal
  •     Yahoo!
  •     TheFind
  •     Buy.com
  •     Cloud Conversion
  •     eAccountableOPM
  •     Ingram Micro Logistics
  •     Listrak
  •     Shipworks

This year Catalyst will also feature a new format with a full day of Pre-Conference Workshops and ChannelAdvisor-staffed roundtables open throughout the entire conference to assist retailers with e-commerce strategies and best practices. Attendees can also expect to learn, direct from industry experts and peers, tips to sell more through e-commerce channels such as comparison shopping engines, paid search, marketplaces, rich media, mobile and social media.

To register for Catalyst today before it sells out, visit http://www.channeladvisor.com/catalyst/us/. Regular Catalyst updates will be available via twitter @USCatalyst and on the Catalyst Facebook page.

About ChannelAdvisor
ChannelAdvisor is a software provider that helps retailers worldwide sell more online through channels such as marketplaces, paid search and comparison shopping, and with webstores and rich media solutions. Widely respected as the essential partner in e-commerce, ChannelAdvisor is the only company that calms the chaos of online selling by enabling retailers to submit one inventory feed to the ChannelAdvisor platform where it is translated to fit the specifications of e-commerce channels and distributed accordingly. The robust reporting capabilities of the ChannelAdvisor platform allow retailers to track their progress across e-commerce channels to make immediately actionable, performance-based decisions. For retailers of all levels of expertise, ChannelAdvisor’s industry-certified services team offers expert advice and custom service packages. In 2010, ChannelAdvisor managed $2.8 billion in gross merchandise value (GMV) on behalf of retailers of all sizes including Saks, Dell, Brookstone, GSI Commerce and 129 of the Internet Retailer Top 500 online retailers. ChannelAdvisor is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, NC with offices in Atlanta, New York, Seattle, Australia, Ireland, Germany and the United Kingdom. For further information, visit http://www.channeladvisor.com.

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