IRX 2015 PREVIEW Stories from the exhibition floor
Ahead of IRX and EDX 2015, we round up some of the stories that exhibitors at the event have to tell. More than 300 companies will be showcasing the latest technologies and approaches to ecommerce and multichannel retailing in areas from logistics to personalisation, mobile and beyond. Here are some of their stories.
Independent mail, parcels and logistics network operator DX
will be offering advice and showcasing its retail-focused services from its stand at IRX 2015. Its services include express delivery Secure and Courier services alongside a two-man service to deliver larger items.
James Timberlake, head of marketing at DX, said: “Over the last few years we have been able to take on deliveries of larger, bulkier items with great success through our two-man delivery service into a customer’s room of choice. This has complemented our already strong range of services, boosted customer choice, and enables us to provide a competitive – almost unique – offering to the retail and etail industry. Essentially, if you need fulfilment services to get the goods to your customers, or help within the supply chain in moving products between stores to enable your business to flow more effectively, DX has a solution to fit the omnichannel needs of the market.
"Internet Retailing has a great reputation in the ecommerce industry through both this event and the eDelivery Expo taking place alongside it. Retail and etail are both very strong markets for us and we’re looking forward to our time at the events.”DX will be exhibiting at stand E13 at IRX.
Lengow will be showcasing its feed management tool at IRX 2015.
The copmany says its SaaS solution enables online retailers to distribute, manage and increase the visibility of their products on online distribution channels from comparison shopping engines, marketplaces, affiliate platforms to sponsored links, retargeting, mobile and more, worldwide.
It boasts more than 1,800 partnerships with ecommerce distribution channels around the world.
“Online retailers should be looking more and more towards the opportunities of international markets, especially given the increasing growth of ecommerce in countries which were at first slower to embrace online shopping," said Nenad Cetkovic, COO at Lengow. "Lengow currently works with over 3500 emerchants in over 35 countries, which gives us an insightful global overview of the ecommerce market, in addition to the opportunities and challenges posed by each country."Lengow will be exhibiting at stand F91.Internet Retailing Expo and eDelivery Expo open their doors at 9.30am tomorrow morning. Visit the Internet Retailing Expo website for more information and to register for the free event.