June 7-10, 2016
McCormick Place West, Chicago

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Friedman brings 25 years of experience to Steve Madden, where he helped enable a unified customer experience across all channels. Read More

John Yembrick, NASA

NASA’s social media chief, John Yembrick has a mission “to bring space down to Earth” for everyone. NASA's highly diversified social efforts feature nearly 500 social accounts across 12 platforms. Read More


IRCE features speakers from all aspects of retail, including incredible entrepreneurial stories like Marc Lobliner's of TigerFitness. Read More

  • About the Show

    E-Commerce is evolving faster than ever. Blink, and you’ll miss the next big thing.

    Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition (IRCE) provides you with a conference full of industry experts and unrivaled agenda content, an exhibit hall filled with the latest and greatest solution providers, and a community made for networking with thousands of like-minded industry peers. IRCE 2016 will take place in the world-class city of Chicago, June 7-10, at McCormick Place West.

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

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Attendee Information

Don’t miss the retail industry’s leading e-commerce conference and trade show. Discover the benefits of attending IRCE.

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Our conference agenda is carefully crafted by the  Internet Retailer magazine editors. Learn from your peers and be inspired by retail groundbreakers.

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PayPal says the FTC is investigating Venmo

The federal agency has questions about potential unfair trade practices involving PayPal’s peer-to-peer payment service.
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South Dakota sues four big online retailers over sales taxes

In a separate lawsuit, catalog and e-retailer trade associations sued the state. The legal battle could end up at the U.S. Supreme Court, which previously ruled e-retailers do not have to collect sales tax in states where they have no physical presence.
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E-retailers cut their fraud rate, but turn away more good customers

The percentage of online sales lost to fraud ticked down to 0.8% in 2015, from 0.9% in 2013, while the mobile fraud rate fell to 0.5% from 0.9%.
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