It's all about results! That's why Shop.org focuses on ways to help you drive revenue and ROI growth for your organization.
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From internal functions to customer facing delivery, you’ll learn how AI is changing the way you run your business. Industry leaders like IBM Watson and new entrants like Wish.com are leading the way, but many others are also harnessing these technologies.
The developments around blockchain are happening at a lightning-fast pace and will affect how customers pay, how your supply chain functions and so much more. We’ll take the mystery out of this industry buzzword so you know exactly how to utilize this game-changing technology.
As consumers blur the lines between the digital and physical worlds, mobile becomes the linchpin that holds the entire shopping experience together. Hear from industry leaders who are successfully engaging customers and increasing conversions through mobile experiences.
Learn from unexpected partnerships that are unleashing the power of retail. Companies like Google and Walmart, Amazon and Whole Foods, Albertsons and Plated and even Ford and Dominoes are linking up to better serve the customer. How do you partner to make the sum larger than the whole of the parts?
Consumers are interacting with brands in new and exciting ways, giving retailers more channels to reach their core supporters and engage new audiences. Our speakers will share their secrets on how to get your marketing to have a positive effect on consumer behavior and increase your revenue.
New retail models
Retail is reimagining itself! That’s why we’re deep-diving into the new retail models that are redefining the shopping experience. You’ll walk away with a fresh understanding and clear path to implementation, ensuring you won't get left in the dust.
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Shop.org is brought to you by the National Retail Federation, which means we get the most innovative retailers to share their stories on our stage. Need proof? Here are just a few of the brands that spoke in 2017: