Lengow Day 2018: Go Beyond. Occupying a new space
Start Date: Thursday 27th September 2018 - 00:00am All Day Event
For the sixth year Lengow Day 2018 returns to Paris in September as the biggest multi lingual ecommerce conference the city will see with delegates travelling from every corner of Europe (and farther afield) to attend.
This year, the conference is titled ‘Go Beyond. Occupying a new space’ and will bring more networking opportunities, more editorial content dedicated to future trends in ecommerce and workshops offering advice and best practices.
Lengow Day will host 400 retailers, speakers and European specialists, to share and imagine the ecommerce of tomorrow, find growth drivers and make your presence felt on the international scene. A programme of original content guided by specialists will rediscover the consumer using a sociological approach. Persona, environment, aspirations and new ways of influencing them, the customer is the starting point of the day: Get to know your future customers!
Then discover new ways, tools and innovative technologies you can use to meet the aspirations of your customers and future customers. From AI to Phygital, plan and imagine what the future of retail will be like: Think Better, Act closer!
UX, ROI, customer satisfaction, loyalty – share the success stories of big brands that have succeeded thanks to winning strategies, innovative technologies and creating added value: Go Beyond your achievements!
The 2018 conference will also have breaks for networking opportunities through dedicated exchanges with speakers and experts. 30 ecommerce solutions, selected for their innovation, their international dimension, their omni-channel positioning or their technological footprint, will be represented within a relaxed networking space.
As is customary, Tamebay will joining Lengow for the conference and hope to see you there. This is the conference to attend if you are serious about expanding into Europe and want to meet players from all the major European platforms as well as some from further afield.