Are you switched on to mobile retailing?
Mobile device sales accounted for 12% of the £62.4bn spent with online retailers in 2012*.
This value has tripled since 2011 and the volume of m-commerce conducted from tablets is ever-increasing. Tech-savvy customers are increasingly expecting to find product information, ‘show-rooming’ and making purchases via their mobile devices, but are retailers doing enough to stay ahead of their expectations?
In these challenging times, retailers can drive loyalty and sales via a seamless mobile experience if they have the right vision and strategies in place.
The Retail Bulletin’s Mobile Retail Summit is back for a third year bringing together retailers, industry experts and service providers to share innovative m-commerce approaches in marketing, conversion rate improvement, loyalty, engagement, payments, data collection, profiling, back-office design and multi-channel campaigns.
Attend this one-day interactive, retailer-led conference to find out how you can:
•Drive users to your mobile / tablet sites or applications and improve conversion rates
•Design an online and in-store mobile retail experience in tune with customer behaviours
•Decide whether to invest in a mobile optimised site or an application
•Track the customer journey and collect and utilise customer data
•Secure transactions and understand new mobile payment technologies on the horizon
•Migrate to a central back-office structure that supports all media
AND find out up and coming new technology platforms and what ‘smarter shoppers’ will expect of retailers in the future.
Confirmed speakers include The Body Shop, Domino’s Pizza Group, John Lewis, Miista, EE, Lombok, Historic Scotland, PayPal, IMRG, CoffeeMob, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Mobileweb Company, Star Micronics, Soleberry Advisory.
This is your opportunity to discuss future trends, network with your peers and get ahead of the game. Click here for the full programme and registration.
*Survey by IMRG / CapGemini. Travel sites excluded from survey
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