The pandemic is forever changing how we do business online. This event shows you how it can be done.
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) September 08, 2020
E-Commerce Day ® REMOTE is bringing the digital conference format to an audience worldwide on October 1, 2020. Facebook’s Director of Global Partnerships Management and Business Development, Christine Warner, and fashion powerhouse and co-founder of the Female Founder Collective, Rebecca Minkoff, will keynote. With 50 leading industry experts, this educational and inspirational all-day event is designed for anyone launching or growing an e-commerce business.
“I wanted to bring people together to educate, motivate, and inspire each other,” says Phil Gorman, CEO and founder of E-Commerce Day ® REMOTE. “The pandemic is forever changing how we do business online. This event shows you how it can be done.”
The theme of E-Commerce Day ® REMOTE is “What’s Next.” As consumers worldwide rely on online ordering, e-commerce and traditional businesses alike have to quickly adjust to meet shifting demands. Focused on practical tools and lessons learned, E-Commerce Day ® REMOTE will feature four key areas: The Future Of Online Shopping; Refocusing Your Business During COVID-19; How We Did It; and Growth Marketing for 2021 And Beyond. The day-long event will feature live presentations, matchmaking sessions, and virtual vendor exhibitions.
Some of the 50+ speakers for the day include experts from industry leading solution providers such as Google, Shopify, Amazon, Facebook, Omnisend, Privy, Spently, Gorgias, and #Paid to name a few, plus Merchants that have overcome immense challenges to find 7 figure success, such as Thread Wallets, who recently made the Inc 5000 list. More speakers to be announced in the coming weeks.
“It's always inspiring to see our ecom community come together and support one another while sharing knowledge to others that are growing,” says Nathan Resnick, a speaker and CEO of Sourcify, a San Diego-based startup described by Forbes as the fastest growing sourcing platform helping hundreds of companies manufacture products around the world.
Free and all-access passes are available for $47. For tickets and more information, visit https://e-commerceday.com/.