eCommerce event to offer South West businesses expert advice

Eight of the brightest minds from eCommerce, along with exhibitors including Google, are gathering to share their knowledge, experience and techniques at eCommerce South West. This free event is aimed at any business in the region with an interest in website improvements and takes place at the Paintworks Event Space, Bristol on 20th October 2016.

eCommerce South West features keynote speaker Matty Curry, Head of eCommerce at online retailer Lovehoney. The £60m-turnover, Bath based business this year won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its contribution to international trade.

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Matty Curry of Lovehoney speaker at eCommerce South West

Exhibitors at the one-day event include global brand Google, which is offering up a team of AdWords specialists who will be on hand to offer advice for maximizing PPC spend. Additional exhibitors are the online review community Trustpilot; leading digital agency Evosite; specialist digital recruitment consultancy Adlib and address validation provider PCA Predict.

Speakers at the event also include Lee Grogan, Senior Enterprise Consultant at Optimizely, one of the world’s leading online experience optimisation platforms and Lukasz Zelezny, Head of Organic Acquisition and uSwitch.com.

The experts will cover a range of topics including UX, development, PPC advertising and innovating technologies including virtual reality with a focus on providing practical advice for anyone who is looking to grow, improve or refine their business website’s online experiences.

James Shakespeare, Founder and CEO of Taunton based Evosite, which coordinates eCommerce South West, commented: “The speakers for this event really are at the top of their game, and the exhibitors are likewise some of the biggest names in their field.

“This is a golden opportunity for businesses to access these experts and learn all about the latest technologies and trends, as well as hearing good practical advice.

“So if you’re a South West business looking to develop or enhance your website and attract, convert and retain more customers online, sign up now! Places are available on a first come, first served basis and are already being snapped up. We first ran this event for the first time in 2013 and have already attracted a strong following and 70% of tickets for this year’s event have already been applied for.”

To view the full list of speakers for eCommerce South West, or request a free place, please visit www.ecommercesouthwest.co.uk. Follow @eCommerceSW and #ecomsw for updates.

ecommerce - SW 2016

ecommerce – SW 2016