Brilliant brainfood from future facing brands
Due to ongoing concerns about Covid 19 we asked all our speakers if they’d do something special with us and change our event format from a physical conference at The Soho Hotel to being the world’s first DTC Digital Commerce conference. And guess what, they all said yes! How our virtual conference will work is simple. Buy a ticket and we’ll email you a link in the morning of the conference that will allow you to access all the content. Book now on Eventbrite.
Great leaps were made in the last ten years in digital commerce. Mobile retail, social shopping and the rise of Direct To Consumer brands have sparked an evolution in terms of how people discover, research and buy.
But we can all do better. How do you navigate the wealth of tech to make sure you’re providing the best possible experience? How do you innovate in digital commerce? How can you be social, mobile and vocal all at the same time, and more importantly… how can you sell more stuff?
With a combination of new insights, case studies, global perspectives and the best advice, this event will show you how to be a digital commerce player of the future, both inside and out.
We’ve got an amazing line up including:
– Fiona Spooner, Global Marketing Director, B2C at Financial Times
– Jane Smith, Director, Data Products, GSK
– Eleanor Barlow, Director Digital & Data, HSBC
– Edzard van der Wyck, Co-Founder at Sheep Included
– Amy Winchester, Head of Publicity, Unbound
– Lucy Barbor, Strategy Partner, Carat
– Jack Morgan, Crown
– Phil Livingstone, Global Digital Marketing Director, The Body Shop
– Alana Pozzebon, Global Media Manager, Stella McCartney
– Jay Richards, Founder, Imagen
– Sille Opstrup, Pernod Ricard, Head of Digital, Connections and Content,
– Zena Truitt, Co-Founder, KOL Social
– Marta Vilella-Vila, Client Partner, Foresight Factory
We are the first event to partnering with a new initiative Diversity & Inclusion at Conferences and Events (D.I.C.E) to hopefully deliver a representative and diverse set of speakers and perspectives.