Ahead of this year’s Internet Retailing Expo (IRX 2016) we’re running a series of previews focusing on event highlights, from the conferences to interviews with key retail speakers. As we make our final preparations for next week’s conference, here’s a round up of the interviews we’ve run so far.
Looking ahead to IRX 2016
We’ve spoken to speakers from companies large and small in the run-up to this year’s IRX 2016. Look back at our coverage below, and read about what key speakers will be covering at IRX 2016.
It’s a timely reminder that there’s a host of retail talent taking part in this year’s event. Some eight conferences will be running over the course of the two-day event, covering the themes of The Connected Store of the Future, Insight and Experience, International & Crossborder, Digital Sales & Marketing, Multichannel Fulfillment, Digital Merchandising, Mobile in Multichannel, and Operations in Multichannel. Alongside the conferences there’s an array of free workshops, featuring practical, hands-on and in-depth advice from a range of suppliers on how to get the best from retail technology, a series of clinics, with the opportunity for one-to-one problem solving, and an exhibition featuring the latest retail technology.
There’s still time to register for your free ticket and you’ll find details of how to do that at the bottom of the piece. And our thanks go to all of these speakers for taking the time to give us a preview.
Adam Warburton of Travelex on mobile in the connected store.
Paul Kendrick of Bonmarché on the single view of the customer – and why it matters.
Michael Durbridge of B&Q on putting the customer first in digital transformation.
Levi Young and Dana Zingher of Enclothed on perfecting personalisation.
Kim Ludlow of mySupermarket on omnichannel merchandising.
David Williams of UGG Australia and Deckers Brands on digital transformation.
Will Lockie of Evans Cycles on meeting the demands of customers.
Find out more about IRX 2016 here. Register to visit the show for free here.