eTail Asia: The region’s largest eCommerce, digital marketing summit for retail returns
With in-person events ramping back up globally, eTail Asia, the region’s leading summit for retail e-commerce and digital marketing innovators returns physically after two years of going virtual.
The gathering place for the industry, eTail Asia will be held for three days between June 7th to June 9th at the Resorts World Convention Center, Singapore, and is expected to be attended by some of the most prominent retailers in Asia. With advisory and speaking support from major brands like Puma, Zalora, NTUC, Foodpanda, Unilever, Grab, Gojek, Flipkart, Love Bonito, Subway, Fave, Carousell, and more.
With over a hundred registered retailers, it’s become the mostsought-after event by both fashion brands as well as vendors, designers, and almost anyone connected with the industry. The summit will also feature an elite panel of speakers from across the retail spectrum: from apparel & accessories to major department stores & electronics to airlines & pureplay retailers.
Speakers and attendees include leading industry analysts as well as C-level executives from some of the biggest brands in the world. From discussing the top technology trends that are transforming the retail space to sharing insights on the ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ trend that has taken the region by a storm, the summit gives attendees the chance to learn and share practical insights.
Tech Wire Asia stands out as one of the media partners, our editorial team will be on the ground to moderate several sessions throughout the three-day event.
“eTail Asia has produced an exceptional event this year with a very high-quality agenda. Truly enjoyable experience!” Swire Coca-Cola’s Director DTC Lui Tong said last year. Founded back in 1996, eTail has successfully hosted over 80 leading industry, annual conferences replete with content marketing services and intimate networking events aimed at educating, supporting, and connecting the leaders of the world’s core industries. These conferences are spread across the world, with Asia, Europe, and North America being the most predominant locations.
Click here to register and attend eTail Asia.
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