Industry leaders from the e-commerce, retail and postal carrier sectors will come together at this year’s The Delivery Conference – TDC Global 2019 on February 26 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London to share their experiences and learnings from 2018 peak and Christmas period.
Hosted once again by e-commerce delivery technology provider MetaPack, the 10th TDC Global event will include presentations from an impressive line-up of speakers and offer plenty of networking opportunities for attendees.
TDC Global is a must-attend event for anyone looking to gain insight into the future of e-commerce delivery, identify market trends, share innovative ideas and strategies, and discuss the challenges of meeting customers’ ever-increasing expectations for their retail and delivery experience.
“There is no other international event that provides the breadth of insight and ideas into e-commerce delivery than TDC,” said John Clem, general manager at MetaPack.
“Over the past 10 years, TDC has built a reputation for providing valuable guidance to the online retail and order fulfilment industry, helping retailers and service providers set their plans and strategy for the year ahead.”
MetaPack founder Patrick Wall will provide the keynote speech at 8:55am on February 26, outlining the most important trends shaping the e-commerce industry in 2019. The first session will also include presentations from Howard Saunders, retail futurist at 22nd&5th; Yeming Wang, business general manager for EMEA at Alibaba Cloud Global; and Martijn Bertisen, UK sales director at Google.
New for 2019 is the Technology Stream, which will showcase speakers such as Toby Knight of Amazon Web Services; Neil MacGowan of New Relic; Steve Barrett of PagerDuty; Oliver Ogg of Agipee, Google Cloud; and Jeremy Mitchell of Data Mettle. Sessions include ‘Don’t let your modern software fail to deliver!’ and ‘Accelerating your business with APIs’, which will provide a guide on how to use APIs to leverage efficiencies of scale in your business.
A roster of international speakers representing every part of the industry will deliver presentations covering a breadth of topics including e-commerce delivery, customer experience and expectation, cross-border trade, logistics and supply chain strategy. For the full speaker line up, click here.
Attendees will also have a chance to interact with over 30 exhibitors in the dedicated e-commerce delivery exhibition hall, and can join the networking drinks reception and presentation of the Delivery Excellence Awards after the conference sessions close for the day.
To register for TDC Global, please visit www.thedeliveryconference.com.