The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Dortmund has started a training for ecommerce managers. It’s one of the first in Germany to offer such a course. IHK Dortmund offers the training together with education provider Business Academy Ruhr.
Events are the place to be for online retailers and other ecommerce players who want to learn more about the ecommerce industry and the future of (e)retail and who love to talk with other players or to learn from them. On this page you’ll find all the articles we wrote about the many ecommerce events in Europe.
June is not exactly the month in which most ecommerce events takes place. But that doesn’t mean there’s no interesting conference you could visit in Europe! We made a handy overview for you, so you know when and where an ecommerce event in Europe takes place.
Zalando, Adidas and Danish ecommerce player Aarstiderne are the winners of the 6th annual European E-commerce Awards. These brands went home with respectively the Pure-Player Award, the Omni-channel Award and the Entrepreneurial Award during the Global E-commerce Summit.
Lesara, an online fashion and lifestyle store from Germany, has been named the fastest growing company in terms of revenue. The German discount retailer won the Tech5 award during TNW Europe. During the last two years, the company grew by 7,950 percent.
A new month, a new chance to attend some ecommerce events in Europe. This month there are several online retail conferences you could attend in London, but there are also interesting summits in Berlin, Stockholm and Bucharest! We made a handy overview for you, so you know when and where an ecommerce event in Europe takes place.
The month of April is very popular when it comes to ecommerce events in Europe. You can for example visit retail summits in Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Switzerland and the UK. We made a handy overview for you, so you know when and where an ecommerce event in Europe takes place.
Dutch ecommerce event Webwinkel Vakdagen will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary when it takes place next month. Webwinkel Vakdagen, seen as one of the biggest ecommerce events in Europe, will this year be focusing on the customer experience, customer retention, omnichannel and cross-border.
During the third edition of Lengow Ecommerce Day, which will take place in Paris on June 2 this year, there will be also a competition for startups active in the ecommerce industry. The five finalists of this competition will get an exhibitor stand at the Lengow Ecommerce Day, where 700 merchants and industry experts are expected.
The Bundesverband E-Commerce und Versandhandel Deutschland has ended its backing of Etailment Summit, a German ecommerce trade that was supported by BEVH for two years now. The other organizing party, the Deutsche Fachverlag will now host the event on its own.
E-Commerce Paris is a popular event that this year will be held for the 11th time. Its focus will be more on cross-channel and the international aspect provides the main theme of this year’s show, the organization tells us. “With five specialized plenary sessions and renowned foreign speakers, the show is moving into the international sphere, and becoming the largest connected commerce event in Europe.”
One of the United Kingdom’s leading ecommerce events, eCommerce Expo, returns to Olympia London on 1 and 2 October. Again thousands of industry professionals get the opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest technology and innovations in every area of the ecommerce process. And of course, the eCommerce Awards for Excellence will also return this year.
Which ecommerce players will win the Entrepreneurial Award, the Omnichannel Award and the Pure Player Award this year? Will it be Zalando, Yoox, Tesco or Nespresso? Soon you’ll find out, because on June the 17th, the awards will be given away. For now, let’s have a look at the nominees.
The fourth edition of what has become the most important ecommerce ‘rendez-vous’ in France starts tomorrow in Monaco. More than 800 decision makers and big names from the ecommerce industry are heading today to the French Riviera for 1,500 one-to-one business meetings and network opportunities.
All over Europe there are many different ecommerce events. But every year the ‘Webwinkel Vakdagen’ is one of the first to be held and it’s also one of the largest ecommerce events on this continent. With 10,526 visitors during the most recent edition, the event achieved a new visitor record. Is this a sign that ecommerce is still growing in the Netherlands?
Emerce, a Dutch offline magazine and website about online business, media and marketing, will turn its local ecommerce event eRetail into a bigger European conference called eRetail Europe. It will be held on the 9th of October in Amsterdam and is part of the Emerce eWeek.