ChannelAdvisor Catalyst conference updates

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Once the Bank Holiday weekends are out of the way it’ll only be a couple of weeks until the ChannelAdvisor Catalyst conference takes place in London.

Due to be held on the 17th to 18th May new speakers have been added to the line up. John Gillan and Jens Münch of Google UK will present a keynote presentation addressing the growth and convergence of social, local and mobile along with Google’s plans and ambitions in this space.

I also hear that one of the hottest social media companies – Facebook will be at the event.

Of course an ecommerce conference is all about networking, so if you’re going to the event let us know where you’re planning to stay, eat and drink in the evenings. I know some old chums will be attending and am looking forward to catching up with them just as much as getting an update on the ecommerce scene for 2011.

3 Responses

  1. Hi Chris,
    Don’t know where I’m staying yet ( looking for suggestions )…but I’ll go wherever you say for the eats and drinks.

    Try to get your friends to keep their shoes on though, please. 😉

  2. I will be in London but not attending the event. If anybody knows me and wants to catch up message me.

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