re:FOCUS on Logistics & eCommerce reveals the latest trends and predicts the future ones, while offering solutions to nowadays challenges of logistics & eCommerce.
Join industry experts, retailers and entrepreneurs along the entire retail sector and its supply chain and learn how to adjust your business in terms of delivery times, small delivery sizes and large production ranges, return systems and instant product availability.
Everybody shops, the difference is where & how. As the market continues its permanent growth, logistics and eCommerce sectors must evolve at the same pace and embrace new trends in AI and automation.
Local and foreign players, developers and industry experts come together for a series of panel discussions, keynote speeches, Q&A sessions and case studies from entrepreneurs choosing online or brick-and-mortar businesses, providing know-how and unique opportunities.
Keeping up with the “anytime, anything, anywhere” client.
Combining online and physical ecosystems for a truly integrated customer experience
● The influence of tenants’ online sales on the turnover of shopping centers: cross channel retailing and impact of lease contract terms
● The profile of the Romanian shopper – why and when: the choice to buy online or go to a shopping center; Key consumer patterns
● The rising profile of blockchain in the retail sector
● Exploring regional and international expansion from the perspective of established businesses and startups
● How in-store technologies are shaping the retail sector
Online marketplaces do not seem to be slowing down and business models are evolving. Marketplaces have to prove their staying power by offering efficiency and unique value to consumers, in order to avoid losing market share.
Contemporary and future ethics in the marketplace | Emergence of startups around the marketplace | Marketplace apps | AI based services
● How can retailers and carriers forge a closer partnership?
● Linking stores with clients
● What role does technology integration play?
● Should carriers become more white-label, their identity subsumed by the retailer?
● Challenges of carriers in Romania
Companies are increasingly preoccupied by finding ways to be more environmentally friendly. The supply chain becomes a key driver in sustainability. Retailing and logistics alike are building long term strategies for getting strong reputations as responsible towards the environment and finding innovative ways to maintain a profitable operating model, while being sustainable and decreasing CO2 emissions.
●Using the latest technologies to increase the speed of transactions, drive business in new global retail hotspots, while delivering ROI
●Revolutionizing eCommerce strategies from being traditional to being data and customer centric
●Mapping the tech disruption in the payments industry – how it influences retailers, consumers and investors
Pierre Francois, Senior Partnerships Manager | what3words
●Logistics, delivery and returns challenges retailers need to watch out for when expanding locally and internationally
●What do the electric and self-driving technologies mean for the future of delivery and transportation?
●How to implement blockchain and IoT in logistics
●Last Mile: challenge or opportunity
●Risk and Security Management
●Strategic choices in logistics: transition from multi-channel to omni-channel
●Multiplication of distribution channels and their increasing complexity
●How does the growth of e-commerce influence strategies of retail chains and logistic operators?
●How does the expansion of retailers and new brands influence the supply of warehouse projects and their locations?
●Factors to consider when letting a warehouse to an e-commerce client
●Trends in warehouse management systems (WMS): why ecommerce operators may need to rethink their WMS software | Real-world examples from recent WMS implementations | The need to optimize labor allocation and reduce associate downtime | The responsiveness and flexibility of 2.0 vs. 3.0 systems
●Diversification of warehouse facilities for e-commerce operators
●Gauging the business impact of digitalization and automation in the warehouses and complex supply chains
Reach power buyers as our attendees are responsible for making commercial decisions for their organizations
Visibility with local and international executives that are hands on and lead their organization’s digital commerce strategy
Connect on a strategic level, while powering best practices by means of real life examples, vivid and insightful panel conversations, Q&A sessions and workshops to an audience formed by professionals
Score high ROI, shorter deal cycles and bigger deals
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