Last chance for early bird tickets Shoptalk Europe! | RetailDetail

Last chance for early bird tickets Shoptalk Europe!

Last chance for early bird tickets Shoptalk Europe!

(advertorial) 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.

Over 2000 attendees... and you?

Shoptalk Europe will be held on 9-11 October 2017 in Copenhagen. It is the one place where established retailers and brands, venture-backed direct-to-consumer startups, tech and Internet companies, investors, media, analysts and others can come together to learn, collaborate and evolve. Shoptalk Europe will have more than 2,000 attendees, including 250+ world-class speakers, from across Europe and the world. The event will include all key ecosystem stakeholders and a wide range of industry verticals - from grocery to fashion and everything in between, including home, electronics, beauty and FMCG.


Ticket prices go up at Midnight, so be sure to book beforehand. Use RD150 to save €150 on your ticket.

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