IRCE 2019: What’s on Tap
Chicago is gearing up to host the granddaddy of all national events aimed at ecommerce merchants, and if it’s not on your radar screen, it should be. The 15th annual Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition, or IRCE, is set to kick off June 25 for a three-day extravaganza of experts, fellow merchants, strategists, and vendors.
In an industry known for isolation from networking opportunities, this flagship soiree gathers premiere figures and ecommerce merchants, large and small, to explore the possibilities in starting, growing, or maximizing your business.
Extending last year’s format, the event will encompass three separate and distinct shows that include GlobalShop and RFID Journal LIVE! Retail. The scope of these RetailX offerings is massive, and with each unfolding in a singular 400,000 square foot venue, it sweetens the pot on the decision to attend.
This year’s IRCE keynote speaker, Doug Stephens, is a world-renowned retail industry figure with futuristic vision and an exemplary resume. Founder and president of Retail Prophet, Stephens has counseled retail giants such as Walmart, Home Depot, Google, Disney, and Citibank, and is listed as one of the leading retail top global influencer by Vend.com.
Other featured speakers include Andy Dunn, Senior VP of Walmart, and Airbnb Strategic Advisor Chip Conley.
In addition to high-profile speakers, attendees may participate in targeted workshops and seminars, and peruse a hall with more than 1,200 exhibitors waiting to show off their latest products and services. This is your chance to learn hot tips on Best Practices, store design, and other critical elements that shape the success of ecommerce vendors.
New this year are an assortment of special tracks, including
Also on the roster:
IRCE takes place June 25-28 at McCormick Place, 2301 S Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL, 60616
The pre-registration period has passed, but there are still plenty of spots left for 2019’s IRCE.
Pricing starts at $600 for access to the exhibition hall only, and maxes out at a $2000 fee for an all-access RetailX pass for all three days. It’s a great value for investment-minded e-tailers hoping to develop their business using smart, effective strategies. Workshops and conferences add an additional fee, and group pricing applies. See details here.
This site page has coordinated information on registering and other vital information. For more specific questions, fill out this contact form.
Leave a Reply.