MetaPack, the global leader in e-commerce delivery management, is bringing together leading representatives from retail and carrier industries to present at The Delivery Conference on Tuesday, February 2nd at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster, London.
The Delivery Conference will have speakers of the highest calibre. To provide retail perspective: Nick Beighton, CEO at Asos; Paul Coby, IT director at John Lewis; David Walmsley, director. com at M&S; and Andy Harding, chief customer officer at House of Fraser, additionally, for the carrier’s viewpoint: Dwain McDonald, CEO at DPD; Carol Woodhead, CEO at Hermes; and Dick Stead, executive chairman at Yodel.
Following a keynote address from Patrick Wall, CEO at MetaPack. The event starts with a benchmarking panel, addressing the key issues around Peak 2015. This is the first time the industry has come together following this crucial period in the retail and delivery calendar, additionally, this will be hosted by George MacDonald, the executive editor at Retail Week.
The Delivery conference
This year’s conference introduces four unique streams of content: customer experience, which explores consumer preferences through delivery. Delivery download, in which leading carriers give their overview of the market. Going global, an opportunity to hear views on expanding e-commerce through cross-border trade and the transformation of delivery, thus giving a snapshot into the future of delivery innovation.
Kees de Vos, chief product officer at MetaPack, said: “This is a unique event that provides visitors not only with a packed conference agenda with highlights from the sector’s most sought after speakers and over 35 exhibitors from leading brands, but also with the chance to see exciting new players including Volvo Ship To Car, On the Dot and Doddle. As if this were not enough, visitors can also take advantage of the many networking opportunities that it affords. It is one day packed with vital insight and innovative thinking which will underpin strategic planning for the year to come.”
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