E-Commerce superstars are coming to Vegas!
This year’s Catalyst conference is stacking up to be the best ever.
This is largely due to the superstar line-up we’re bringing to Las Vegas in April. Marketplaces Newegg and Walmart.com are the most recent additions to the sponsorship list that also includes Amazon, eBay, Google, Buy.com, ShipWorks, PayPal, Terapeak and many more. We’ll have Sebastian Gunningham from Amazon, Michael Jones from eBay, Matt Eichener from Google, and now Gary Vaynerchuk and Zia Daniell Wigder have joined the list of keynote presenters as well.
If you haven’t heard of Vaynerchuk, this video will give you a little insight into what Catalyst attendees have to look forward to: Turning up the Tweet.
Online marketing expert and author of The Thank You Economy Gary Vaynerchuk
Zia Wigder of Forrester will join us in Vegas as well to share her thoughts on the hot topic of international expansion, with a focus on the fastest growing global e-commerce markets: Latin America and China.
Forrester Research, Inc. Vice President and Research Director Zia Wigder
Stay tuned—we’ve got more exciting announcements about Catalyst coming in the next few weeks. Our event space is limited, so you should probably go ahead and secure your ticket now before Catalyst is sold out!
Catalyst is sure to be a valuable opportunity for anyone in online retail. Don’t miss out, register for Catalyst NOW!
For more details and a full list of speakers and sponsors, read Best and Brightest Of E-Commerce To Participate In ChannelAdvisor Catalyst Conference.
Drawing a record number of participants and attendees, the Catalyst theme, NewCommerce, is proving to be top of mind for the leading retailers and companies in the e-commerce industry.
NewCommerce defines trends that span social media to cross-border trade, tablet computing and “couch commerce,” new smartphone capabilities and more, all of which create an ‘anytime, anywhere’ level of accessibility for shoppers and represents the accelerating complexity for retailers and manufacturers trying to reach consumers.