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Sep 24, 2021
The retail and e-commerce landscapes have significantly shifted over the past year and a visit to IRX & eDX will provide retail professionals with the toolkit they need to support their business in the new climate. Retailers, brands, industry experts and retail vendors from across the UK and Europe are invited to gather to hear from thought leaders, discover innovative technology and learn how to power their business into the next decade. Registration is now open for IRX (InternetRetailing Expo) & eDX, taking place on 13th and 14th October at the NEC, Birmingham. The UK’s number one digital retail show combines insightful conferences with practical hands on training on all aspects of online retailing - from e-commerce, m-commerce, and payments to fulfilment, international growth, B2B plus the latest in AR, VR and other disruptive technology. IRX & eDX is only 3 WEEKS away! Join us for immersive workshops, hear from senior executives, big-name retail brands as well as industry experts that will be sharing their knowledge, learnings and expertise. Register for FREE tickets now: https://t.co/x3OX3XWVky The free learning programme across the two-day show has been created to directly address current challenges and issues faced by the retail sector including sustainability, customer experience and business growth. These topics are explored through a series of interactive workshops and a comprehensive conference with sessions from senior experts at Gymshark, DPD, Grenade and more. Retail professionals can meet with over 150 leading suppliers - including Huboo, Trustpilot, WorldLine, RedEye and more – all with cutting-edge technology and innovative services to enhance customer experiences, increase sales and deliver efficiencies across online and in-store operations. As one of the first live events since the pandemic, IRX has been designed with the retail community’s business needs at its heart, with many opportunities to do business, learn and network face to face with others in the industry. “We’ve witnessed huge changes in the retail sector over the past year,” says Stuart Barker, Portfolio Director at IRX. “A recent study by Kantar concluded that lockdown shopping habits are likely to continue with 33% of households believing their volume of online purchases will increase, accounting for one-third of total retail sales by 2024, according to eMarketer.” “These are significant figures and IRX & eDX is here to provide the retail industry with knowledge, insight, inspiration and connections to ensure they can thrive in the new digital world.” Register (free of charge) for IRX (InternetRetailing Expo) & eDX here .