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Take a peek into the future of commerce, customer journeys and more at DEPT® Commerce Day

Brian Brophy
Brian Brophy
Head of Digital Marketing
2 min read
28 September 2022

On Thursday, 13 October, leaders across a range of industries, including retail, fashion and consumer goods, will gather to share insights about the future of commerce at the virtual DEPT® Commerce Day. From evolving customer journeys, the cookieless world and the rise of Web3, the event will explore the opportunities and challenges for how brands attract, engage and retain customers both today and in the future.

Speakers for the virtual event include leaders from Gucci, Inter Milan, eBay, Vogue Business, FREITAG, C&A, Design Holding, Electrolux, Magasin and more.

“There has never been a more exciting, yet challenging, time to be in commerce,” said Jonathan Whiteside, Global SVP Technology & Engineering at DEPT®. “The tech platforms that are powering commerce continue to evolve at lightning speed, consumer demand for personalised omnichannel experiences is stronger than ever, and the emergence of Web3 has created added complexity, along with massive opportunities, for innovation. Brands must make bold decisions and embrace how dynamic commerce has become. DEPT® Commerce Day will bring together brand leaders who are embracing change and inspiring the experiences of tomorrow.”

The virtual event will be centred around several key themes, including:

  • Technology – Discover the tech that is dominating commerce in 2022 and beyond, from leading commerce platforms to headless solutions, composable commerce and more.
  • Marketing – Learn how to build an omnichannel commerce experience for today’s consumers, discover how leveraging creative automation can help brands to scale campaigns at speed, unearth the top tips to maximise marketplaces, and be inspired by social commerce strategies. 
  • Web3 – From metaverse experiences to NFTs, learn how Web3 technology is shaping the future of commerce.

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Head of Digital Marketing

Brian Brophy