The Etail Show USA is where etailers and retailers meet to network, learn from each other, and discuss the latest etail strategies and technology.

What are the Top 20 Trends in Etail?

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The Etail Show USA is where etailers and retailers meet to network, learn from each other, and discuss the latest etail strategies and technology.

“Given how social online shopping has become, a negative online experience can put a company at risk of losing business and respect.”

As the world of ecommerce continues to expand and evolve, retailers seek to get ahead of the competition and come up with new and innovative solutions.

As Conference Producer Camille Stuppard conducted her research, she found 20 common relevant trends that pertain to marketing, customer engagement, security, digital experience and other areas that effectively impact the industry.

Do you want to be ahead of these trends and understand the benefits these innovations can bring to your company?

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Take a look at these top 20 growing trends and the companies that have already mastered these topics. Learn from industry leaders and evolve a strategy that works for your company.

For each trend, you can find out:

  • More information on the trend
  • Its importance to the ecommerce industry
  • Fast facts
  • Who’s doing it right

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Join us at Etail 2015 to learn from some of the industry’s trendsetters

This event will bring together some of the most successful and knowledgeable individuals who are already experts on at least one of these 20 trends. What better way to learn than from the masters themselves?

The Etail Show USA is the number one event exploring the use of technologies to retail goods to customers online. This event gathers leading eTailers to tackle new innovation across online and multi-channel retail.

If you have a solution to offer to the giants of US retail, you need to join us in Atlanta this April. We hope to see you there!

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