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.
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.
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.