TeComm Bucharest prepares for 2017 edition

TeComm Bucharest prepares for its 2017 edition, scheduled to take place at Radison Blu on April 26-27, under the tagline “Sell them your story!”. It will bring together national and international speakers and over 250 online stores’ owners.

The event, which reached the 10th edition, includes 2 days of presentations, workshops and debates, but also an exhibition area where the participants can interact with each other and with potential clients.

Among the international speakers to be present at TeComm Bucharest are:

  • Richard Prenderville, founder Peloton Group US, consultancy working with US and LatAm brands. He will launch a complex debate on consumers’ habits in the multi-channel economy, presenting alternatives one can attract consumers from different sectors. Predenville was Marketing VP Reebook International, developed retail strategies for over 200 stores in Europe and Asia. He was also involved in the launch of some iconic campaigns for Reebook, winning a lot of accolades, including Gold and Cyber in Cannes.
  • Nick Lansley –  Innovation Insider Nick Lansley’s Innovation Lab – will share with store owners present at the event innovative ideas on attracting consumers.

TeComm’s speakers line-up also includes Richard Clark (Marketing Director, Boohoo) or Mike Bainbridge (Chief Digital Technologist, Rackspace).

A novelty for this year’s edition of TeComm Bucharest is a Round Table, scheduled to take place on April 27th and which will bring together owners of online stores and European e-Commerce associations, with the purpose to discuss future directions for e-commerce. Carlo Terreni, GM Netcomm Suisse and Sven Bally, Head of CX & e-Commerce VERITAS Belgia, are among the speakers of this round table.

TeComm is organized by Libero Events.

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