Shoptalk Europe has released the final agenda and speaker line-up for its retail and e-commerce event, which takes place from 9 to 11 October in Copenhagen.
The event will bring together retailers and brands with direct-to-consumer start-ups, tech and Internet companies, investors, media, analysts and other stakeholders from across Europe and the world.
More than 2,000 attendees are expected to join from more than 50 countries throughout Europe and the world, including over 350 CEOs.
Shoptalk Europe's agenda will cover the evolution of how consumers discover, shop and buy in an age of global digital transformation, and includes a line-up of more than 225 speakers representing a broad cross-section of countries and companies.
The final agenda, which incorporates the new technologies, trends and business models that are disrupting the retail sector, can be viewed here.
More than 70% of Shoptalk Europe's speakers are C-level executives, while over 90% are VP level and above. This includes Mariangela Marseglia, director of Amazon Prime Now; Amando Sánchez Falcón, chief corporate officer at DIA; Michael Dubin, CEO and founder of Dollar Shave Club; Ronan Harris, managing director of Google UK; Adrian Letts, Tesco's managing director for online; and Terry von Bibra, general manager for Europe at Alibaba.
The full list of Shoptalk Europe speakers is available here.
"We have created an exceptional and unique forum for the European retail and e-commerce ecosystem to interact in a meaningful way," said Anil D. Aggarwal, founder and chief executive officer of Shoptalk.
"An unparalleled group of senior-level executives from a wide range of industry verticals, stages and sectors are confirmed to attend, and we're confident that the content, dialogue and networking will help shape the future of retail and e-commerce," Aggarwal said.
To register for one of the last remaining tickets for Shoptalk Europe, head to shoptalkeurope.com.
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