[Manchester] Optimizing the eCommerce customer experience
- The Express Building, 9 Great Ancoats St, Manchester M4 5AD
Join our new eCommerce event at the eclectic Huckletree Ancoats co-working space in central Manchester to discover how to optimize a new visitor's entire experience, from using personification tactics for brand new shoppers all the way to re-converting customers with loyalty programs.
A good customer experience should encompass the entire customer journey, from the minute a new visitor lands on your website. That's why we've asked the experts at PushON and Endless Gain to team up with us and help you build a smooth customer journey with multiple touchpoints.
By optimizing the eCommerce customer experience for new visitors to your site, you’ll not only convert more shoppers into customers, you’ll also boost loyalty and retention, encouraging customers to return to your site to repeat the experience.
We would also like to invite you to stay for the after party and enjoy some drinks with other digital marketing industry leaders.
How to find us
Enjoy teas, coffees and networking in the foyer
Dominic Delegate, Head of Account Management, Fresh Relevance
Garett Cunningham, COO, Endless Gain
Timothy Willis, Head of eCommerce, PushON
Ask us anything!
Drinks are on us! Join us for networking drinks after the event.
Head of eCommerce
Head of Account Management
You will be joined by Heads of, Directors, Managers of Ecommerce from a variety of eCommerce brands.
Situated in the iconic Express Building, Huckletree Ancoats is a short walk from Piccadilly train station, Piccadilly Gardens and Northern Quarter. Enter via Great Ancoats Street.
Tickets are currently limited to 2 representatives per company. We will need them to register to attend so please make sure they have also filled out the registration form on this page. Confirmation of invite will be required at the door.
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Following government guidelines to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, it is not possible to eliminate that risk entirely.
As the UK Government lifts COVID-19 restrictions we expect this event to take place on 28th October like any normal event, without social distancing measures and mandatory face masks.
However, to make everyone feel as comfortable as possible we are operating well within the legal capacity of the venue and there is plenty of space to social distance if you wish.
Face masks - All of the venue staff will wear face masks during service and when working preparing and serving your drinks.
Socially distanced service - The venue will serve food and drinks as socially distanced as possible.
Hand sanitiser - The venue will have hand sanitiser stations positioned around the space for you to use.
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