Lengow’s eCommerce Day is back on April 3rd

Mar 13, 2014
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After a hugely successful first edition last year, Lengow, France’s leading eCommerce SaaS solutions startup, brings their eCommerce Day back to Paris’ Tapis Rouge on April 3rd. The objective of eCommerce Day is to bring together all the major eCommerce players so that they can respond to eCommerce vendors’ most pertinent questions, propose new, innovative services, and give vendors valuable tips on how they can succeed online. As a result, vendors will get exposure to some of the eCommerce sector’s big names such as Rakuten’s Priceminister, Google, be2bill, and even Twitter.

This year’s programme offers participating vendors a veritable eCommerce ‘tool kit’; giving them various insights, tips and information on new services that they need to improve the performance and growth of their business. Topics this year include how to sell internationally or cross-border, acquire customers via social media, effectively sell via marketplaces, do remarketing via Google and leverage Twitter Ads to acquire new customers.

Incidentally, Lengow’s eCommerce Day is growing into a successful franchise with an edition in Sao Paulo, which gets underway today, as well as editions in London and Munich coming soon. Given the current or expected future strength of eCommerce in these markets as well as Lengow’s large and increasingly international client base, Lengow are smart to take their concept to new markets.

So, if you’re working in, planning on getting starting in or simply interested in eCommerce, don’t miss Lengow’s eCommerce Day on April 3rd.  Another great aspect of eCommerce Day is that it’s free for all vendors and just €50 for others. So, definitely no reason to miss out on this one.

You can register here.