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Shoptalk Europe now 65 % sold out

Shoptalk Europe now 65 % sold out

Shoptalk Europe is the big, new event for retail and ecommerce innovation. It covers the transformational trends, technologies and business models reshaping how consumers discover, shop and buy in an age of digital disruption.

 

Shoptalk Europe will be held on 9-11 October 2017 in Copenhagen. Over 65 companies have already confirmed their exhibit spaces and sponsorships at Shoptalk Europe including Adyen, Google, IBM, Mailchimp, Salesforce, Westfield Retail Solutions, Pitney Bowes, CommerceHub, commercetools, Criteo, JDA Software, Shopify Plus, Vibes, VTEX and many more.

 

We also offer discounted sponsorships for startups - email katy@shoptalk.com

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