TDC Global 2020 to host leading carriers and retailers in under four weeks

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Metapack, a provider of e-commerce delivery technology, has announced that it is hosting a wealth of influential brands, retailers and carriers at The Delivery Conference – TDC Global 2020 on February 4, 2020 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.

With the overarching theme ‘Building E-commerce Delivery’, the 2020 event will deliver a packed agenda that covers key topics including the rising importance of sustainability, the future of e-commerce and global consumer trends. This year’s agenda has been specifically designed to help the industry understand the evolution that is needed to meet changing customer expectations of a personalized and connected experience across all channels.

“TDC is unique,” commented Bruce Fair, chief revenue officer at Metapack. “It takes place at the opportune moment in the year when e-commerce retailers and the delivery community are reflecting on the peak festive season. The 2020 event will not disappoint, with fantastic speakers and presentations, thought-provoking panels, the popular solutions showcase and an insight into research data that highlights some of the key trends that are shaping our industry today.”

Speakers include Brody Buhler, global managing director, post and parcel, Accenture; Martijn de Lange, CEO, Hermes UK; Dave Dowman, head of fulfilment, FedEx; Denis Ilin, deputy director general for international business, Russian Post; and Garrett Bridgeman, managing director of mails and parcels, An Post Commerce.

Over 30 exhibitors will also be on show in the dedicated E-commerce Delivery exhibition hall, and delegates can join the networking drinks reception and presentation of the Delivery Excellence Awards after the conference sessions close for the day.

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