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Event informationDate: September 07, 2016 till September 08, 2016 Location: Luxembourg
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Deliver One brings together decision makers (20% of CEOs and 80% of C-levels) from largest e-commerce companies active in Europe (representing collectively 100 billion Euros of online sales in Europe); top management from innovative European e-Logistics service providers; influential policy makers from the European Commission and Luxembourg; as well as e-commerce associations.
Deliver One takes up the mission to be the impartial forum to transform dialogue into insights, insights into agendas, and agendas into action. Its ambition is to collectively spearhead positive change and engage in collaborative activities to support the European e-commerce industry.
Deliver One has been created by Stéphane Tomczak, a 10-year veteran in European e-logistics, with previous responsibilities with a pan-European e-retailer and a European e-commerce association, with one goal: promote and connect eLogistics in Europe.
Stéphane Tomczak has also been awarded a EU-project to create an information platform on European e-Logistics services, which will be inaugurated during Deliver One by the European Commission: Deliver in Europe.
Deliver One offers a rich and experiential program
- 4 inspiring keynotes by prestigious speakers including: Xavier Bettel, Luxembourg Prime Minister, Philippe Hémard, Amazon VP for Logistics in Europe, Irmfried Schwimann, Deputy DG for entrepreneurship fir the European Commission;
- 8 collaborative workshop studios where e-retailers will share insights and cocreate future solutions;
- Showcase of digital and environmental innovation at its best with Electric Vehicles test drives, Virtual Reality headsets try-ons and VR live streaming, delivery drones real case demonstrations, as well as a moving photo exhibition.
- 2 000 one-to-one meetings between retailers and suppliers to foster partnership opportunities.
25 countries represented
100 top managers from established suppliers and start-ups
50 European journalists
30 venture capitalists
20 e-commerce associations
2 000 one-to-one meetings