Keynote Speaker Announced for eCommerce Live UK
Article date: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 09:56 GMT
UKFast’s latest eCommerce showcase is bringing the industry’s leading names together to support online retailers.
eCommerce Live UK 2018 features an exclusive keynote from inspirational entrepreneur Holly Tucker MBE, founder of notonthehighstreet.com and UK Ambassador for Creative Small Businesses.
Attendees have the opportunity to learn how Tucker has grown her business from a startup to a £158m business in less than a decade, and supports over 5,000 of the UK’s most creative small businesses.
The two-day tour features identical events at UKFast Campus in Manchester on September 19th and Dotmailer HQ in London on September 20th.
Hosted by Manchester eCommerce hosting specialists UKFast, eCommerce Live UK has all the advice and updates digital retailers need.
Despite the continued growth of online commerce, overall conversion rates continue to fall month-on-month throughout 2018. eCommerce Live UK is set to focus on converting opportunities into sales, with talks, seminars and roundtables across a variety of key topics.
UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones said: “Converting is everything in eCommerce and the stats show that failing to convert traffic is a bigger issue than ever before. Expensive marketing campaigns generating huge amounts of traffic have limited value if sales don’t reflect that investment.
“The eCommerce industry is very competitive and it is in every retailer’s best interest to stay ahead of the curve. Events like this are an incredible opportunity for online retailers to get together, form connections and look to the future with the experts.”
Research shows that businesses who provide a personalised experience for clients, link human emotions to buying trends and create safe, friction-free consumer journeys generate the highest conversions. Consumer behaviour, speed and security are all included in the key points to be covered by eCommerce experts at the event.
Tickets for eCommerce Live UK cost £60 and are available now.
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