Now is a crucial time for organisations to develop their eCommerce strategy for the coming years.  

This was confirmed in August this year, when Statista reported that in retail alone, online sales constituted nearly 30 percent of overall retail sales in this country in 2021— and it forecast that this would grow steadily year after year until at least 2025.    

IRX@DTX+UCX, taking place on 12 & 13 October, at ExCeL London, offers superb opportunities for retail professionals to learn all about the most effective strategies and valuable technologies from industry leading experts and businesses that will help them to make the most of eCommerce in the next few years — all under one roof.

Here's what a visit to IRX@DTX+ UCX will provide.

1.       The Conference will feature highly experienced senior executives from BBC, Holland and Barrett, Lounge Underwear and Dr. Martens among the many expert presenters along with those from Kellogg's, River Island, Adobe, Bloom & Wild, Salesforce and Sweaty Betty. They will share their insights in a dedicated programme of learning throughout the two days of the show. The sessions have been tailored to address the needs of retail professionals, and cover replatforming, marketing, growth, delivery, customer engagement, omnichannel innovation and fulfilment. 

2.       The exhibition will offer visitors the chance to find new suppliers and learn about the latest technologies and solutions to transform digital offerings, improve functionality and customer experience from a wide range of organisations.

3.       The comprehensive programme of workshops will provide practical, training focused sessions delivered by leading companies in the industry about the latest technologies and how to use them more effectively to drive sales. Among the topics covered will be automating ad optimisation, brand loyalty, real-time personalisation, cross-channel personalisation, site-search, affiliate marketing, the last mile, customer experience, algorithm orchestration, payments, telecoms and tax regulations.  

Keynote interviews; former F1 champion Jenson Button will be the opening keynote interviewee discussing lessons he has learnt such as how small improvements can lead to big gains; and the importance of control and mental resilience.  Pulitzer nominated journalist Carole Cadwalladr will share

  • what happened behind the scenes in the biggest social media scandals to date - Facebook-Cambridge Analytica, and Georgie Barratt from the Gadget Show will explain how the metaverse will impact the retail landscape.

Every minute at IRX@DTX+ UCX can be time very well spent and prove highly valuable now and in future.

Opening hours; Wednesday 12 October: 09:30 - 17:30 & Thursday 13 October: 09:30 - 16:30.

How to get there: ExCeL is easy to reach by the new Elizabeth Line — 10 minutes from Liverpool Street to Custom House


Register — for free — here.