Use delivery to build customer loyalty – Huddersfield 18/1/17

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Visit the home of Mamas & Papas and hear from their Distribution Manager, Heather Ellis, talk about how they use delivery to enhance the buying experience and incite customer loyalty – and then see this in action with a tour of their warehouse operation.

The seminar hosted by GFS will be reflecting on the frenzy of peak and assessing carrier performances, plus forecasting the top delivery trends for 2017.

Chloë Thomas, host of the eCommerce MasterPlan Podcast and Des Trevers Head of DPD Pickup will be outlining steps you can take to use delivery to increase your sales in 2017 and during the event, there will be valuable open discussion sessions where you’ll have the opportunity to talk about all things eCommerce and delivery with other retailers and delivery experts.

The event is being held at the Mamas and Papas head office in Huddersfield on Wednesday 18th January 2017 from 10.30am until 3.45pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day and free parking is available.

The seminar will be held on Wednesday the 18th of January 2017 from 10:30 – 15:45. Register for free at Eventbrite Seminar page.

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