IRCE

June 6-9, 2017
McCormick Place West, Chicago

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Networking

Connect with the entire e-commerce industry at IRCE, swap ideas, and learn from one another. Join us today.

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Exhibition

Only IRCE offers 600 exhibiting companies in our massive tradeshow hall. The exhibit hall is the center of technology trends.

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IRCE is your one-stop-shop for every retail need, helping you improve your business and keep up with industry trends. Learn why you should be here.

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Conference

The IRCE 2017 agenda is now here! Check it out, and keep checking back as we add even more noteworthy speakers and thought-provoking sessions

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News

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Big-name retailers ramp up their lobbying against a border tax

(Bloomberg)—Three top U.S. retailers almost quadrupled their combined spending on lobbying in Washington during the first quarter of 2017, as they work to defeat a corporate-tax proposal that some have said threatens their industry. Target Corp., No. 20 in the just-released Internet Retailer 2017 Top 1000; Best Buy Co. Inc. (No. 9); and Gap Inc. […] The post Big-name retailers ramp up their lobbying against a border tax appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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Trucking services firm J.B. Hunt rolls out a freight marketplace

J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. has been hauling freight since 1961. Now it’s propelling itself ahead with a major investment in cloud and related technologies that will define its future, president and CEO John Roberts says. The company, a provider of supply chain and freight-hauling services across North America, will invest more than $500 million […] The post Trucking services firm J.B. Hunt rolls out a freight marketplace appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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The Jet.com sale to Wal-Mart launches Marc Lore into a new pay zone

(Bloomberg)—Wal-Mart Stores Inc. executive Marc Lore reaped an astronomical $243.9 million in compensation last year, fueled by shares he received as part of the sale of his company to the retail giant. The package included restricted stock worth $236.3 million, which came as part of the buyout of his company, Jet.com, according to a regulatory […] The post The Jet.com sale to Wal-Mart launches Marc Lore into a new pay zone appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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