IRCE

June 25-28, 2019
McCormick Place South, Chicago

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Conference Agenda

IRCE’s conference agenda is a step above the rest – offering strategic, on-trend sessions for e-retailers of every size.

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Exhibit Hall

Only IRCE offers 600+ exhibiting companies in our exhibit hall. You’ll find every solution you need to support your business under one roof.

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  • Thank You to Our Title Sponsors

“First year attending and I'd love to come back! The resources, information and connections shared between all attendees and speakers are endless!”

- Web Developer, Dualsport Plus

“What a great show! Learning, sharing, ideation and collaboration with peers of all ages in the Internet Retail Industry. I'll be back next year.”

- Brand Builder, American Litho

News

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Top obstacles to selling cross-border

International e-commerce isn’t easy, as demonstrated by the results of a 2018 survey of 111 retailers and brands by e-commerce publication Internet Retailer and the Global E-Commerce Leaders Forum, an organization dedicated to helping retailers and brands sell internationally via e-commerce. Local regulations and fulfillment are the two biggest hurdles for retailers and brands seeking […] The post Top obstacles to selling cross-border appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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Grainger’s Q2 sales ‘exceeded’ its expectations

W.W. Grainger Inc. today reported a stronger than expected second quarter, with robust growth online and in sales to both large and mid-sized U.S. customers in the United States. “The second quarter exceeded our expectations, with strong growth from U.S. large and medium customers,” CEO D.G. Macpherson said in the company’s earnings statement released today. […] The post Grainger’s Q2 sales ‘exceeded’ its expectations appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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Amazon didn’t spend much to market Prime Day

When it comes to Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Day, the retail giant doesn’t have to spend much to drive massive growth in traffic and sales, according to new data. In fact, the massive flood of traffic actually bolstered Amazon’s rapidly growing advertising business. Amazon was relatively modest in its advertising spending to promote the mid-July retail […] The post Amazon didn’t spend much to market Prime Day appeared first on Digital Commerce 360.
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