Registration for the eCommerce Show North is now OPEN
Registration for the eCommerce Show North - set to be the biggest ever gathering of eCommerce companies, vendors and suppliers ever held outside London - is now OPEN.
This brand new event is taking place over October 11th and 12th 2017 at EventCity in Manchester, with capacity for 4,000 attendees and 120 exhibiting businesses.Manchester-based hosting company UKFast is the event's headline sponsor and CRO specialists Endless Gain, eCommerce website experts Space48, Magento agency Digitl and email marketing automation business dotmailer are all on board as event partners.
Theatre sponsors to have committed to the event so far include business support network Business Growth Hub, international payments company WorldFirst, creative and data-driven digital agency twentysix, B2B marketing specialists SteinIAS and global advertising company Finch.
Over the course of this week, we've revealed the latest nine international companies to sign up to exhibit at the event, which is delivered by Prolific North and Don’t Panic Event Management.
And we've also confirmed that senior representatives from the likes of Kellogg's and Virgin Trains are among the first speakers to be confirmed.
The event will feature leading exponents of eCommerce with businesses specialising in the full range of available services and solutions, including platforms, payments, analytics, security, marketing, hosting, backbone, logistics, mobile, hardware and innovation.
There will also be a huge range of industry presentations and specialist businesses talks, conference sessions and seminars.
Find out more
eCommerce Show North will be an unmissable event for all those with a connection to the eCommerce sector, from CEOs, CMOs and MDs to heads of digital, developers and technical managers.
To find out how your business can get involved as an exhibitor, sponsor or partner, or to discuss anything expo related, please contact Martyn Collins on 07764 406873 or by emailing email@example.com.
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