Less than one week to Shoptalk Europe

Less than one week to Shoptalk Europe

(advertorial) Less than 50 tickets are available for the largest retail and ecommerce conference. Shoptalk Europe will be held on 8-11 October 2017 in Copenhagen.

More than 2,250 attendees

Shoptalk Europe is Europe’s largest retail and commerce conference. 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.

 

Purchase your ticket today to join 225+ world class speakers and more than 2,250+ attendees.

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