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eRetailer Summit enters the second round

The Home Improvement eRetailer Summit focusses on helping the hardware and tools, home decor, paint, housewares, lawn and garden, furniture, outdoor living, and flooring sectors develop winning e-commerce strategies.

The Home Improvement eRetailer Summit focusses on helping the hardware and tools, home decor, paint, housewares, lawn and garden, furniture, outdoor living, and flooring sectors develop winning e-commerce strategies.

The second Home Improvement eRetailer Summit will take place from 13 - 15 September 2017 at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Fla. (USA). This event will focus on helping the hardware and tools, home decor, paint, housewares, lawn and garden, furniture, outdoor living, and flooring sectors develop winning e-commerce strategies. For suppliers looking to build business with top eRetailers, the event will offer face-to-face private meetings between eRetail decision-makers and suppliers, announce the event organisers.

In their opinion, expansion of the Home Improvement eRetailer Summit's mandate to serve sectors ranging from housewares to large furniture reflects the overwhelming dominance of online selling in every aspect of today's shopping experience. The biggest challenge - delivery, whether in a timely fashion or to accommodate large, big ticket items -will be addressed at the Summit. Along with a host of top e-commerce experts, this year's speaker line-up will feature a keynote by Alyssa Steele, Divisional Merchandise Manager-Home and Garden for eBay. Information and contact: www.eretailersummit.com, Sonya Ruff Jarvis, sonya(at)eretailersummit.com.

|24 August 2017


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