The 7th Annual European E-Commerce Conference
Trends, Trade, Regulation. 28 January 2016 – Brussels. Organised by Forum Europe in partnership with EMOTA and gathering over 200 delegates annually, this event is the leading forum at EU-level to debate the most pertinent issues affecting the e-commerce, internet platforms, retail, postal and logistic sectors.
REGISTER NOW at? www.ecommerce-conference.eu to guarantee your place at the event. A low registration fee applies but with interest levels very high, we advise you to register in good time to secure your place.
Recently confirmed speakers include:
Minister Alexander De Croo
Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Development Cooperation, Digital Agenda, Telecom and Postal Services
Vicky Ford MEP
Chair of the IMCO Committee
Gerard de Graaf
Director, Digital Economy & Coordination, DG CONNECT
Head of Unit – Public Interest Services, DG GROW
Director of Marketing
International Post Corporation
Programme now available on the website – click here to view!
Panel sessions at the conference will discuss:
•European E-Commerce in the Global Context: How are international e-commerce markets evolving and what can Europe learn from other regions of the globe?
•Profiling and Data Privacy: How has the collection, analysis and use of consumer data reshaped the retail and e-commerce sector and what issues does this raise with regards to data privacy?
•Achieving a fit-for-purpose delivery sector: What are the possible areas for improvement for cross-border delivery services? How is the delivery sector addressing increasing consumers expectations?
Who attends the Annual European E-Commerce Conference?
Over 200 delegates attended the 2014 edition of this event:
Interested in becoming involved?
?We have a number of sponsorship and speaking opportunities available. For further information, please download the sponsorship prospectus here, or alternatively contact Anne-Lise Simon at email@example.com or on 44 (0) 2920 783 023.
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