DUBLIN (PRWEB) September 12, 2018
The Think Global Forum Retail and eCommerce is to take place for the second time on October 3rd, 2018 at the Corinthia Hotel, London. After a successful launch last December in London, the second edition of the forum will see forum executives from leading global retail and eCommerce companies discuss the future and challenges that the industry faces.
Attendees are invited to join the event for a networking session followed by lunch and speeches by three guest speakers. Forum Executives will then meet for a special boardroom session where they will be able to exchange ideas and explore opportunities in this fast-paced, technology-driven industry.
“This is an exciting time in the world of retail & eCommerce with game-changing transformation and innovation very much in play. We are delighted to be gathering leaders in the industry to discuss the challenges and opportunities that this presents, especially when it comes to going global,” commented Aoife Murphy, Managing Director, Europe at Think Global Forum.
The second edition of the event follows a series of successfully returning Think Global Forums about Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Technology, and Travel, all launched in 2017 in Europe and the United States.
The Corinthia Hotel, ideally located in the heart of London, will be the perfect setting for this event, with its modern, stylish and up-to-date technology meeting rooms.
To learn more or to join the Think Global Forum, please visit http://www.thinkglobalforum.org
About Think Global Forum
The Think Global Forum, the Forum Executives and the wider Think Global Forum community brings together expert professionals to give a greater voice to the industry sectors. The forums include many senior executives from some of the most well-known global organizations. A key focus of the forum is to help shape the future and to help define and communicate key strategies within specific industry sectors, such as life sciences, manufacturing, retail, eCommerce, travel, and technology.
Communications Director, Think Global Forum