24/03/2016 Branded manufacturers flock to Catalyst Americas 2016 for influential e-commerce discussions
Deckers, Hoover, Johnson & Johnson, Samsung, Whirlpool EMEA and more to participate in brands-focused track at ChannelAdvisor’s annual e-commerce conference
Research Triangle Park, NC – March 23, 2016 – ChannelAdvisor Corporation (NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that enable retailers and branded manufacturers to increase global sales, today announced that top branded manufacturers like Deckers, Hoover, Johnson & Johnson, Samsung and Whirlpool EMEA are attending Catalyst Americas 2016 and participating in the conference’s Brands track. Catalyst, taking place April 11-13 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, is the go-to event for brands and retailers to connect with peers and hear powerful keynotes from some of the top influencers and visionaries in e-commerce.
“The Catalyst Brands track promises to be impressive, with an exceptional roster of speakers,” said David Spitz, ChannelAdvisor CEO. “The sessions will generate conversation to help brands develop and improve their e-commerce strategies. Each session includes unique content that can provide attendees with a roadmap for their future success, no matter where they are in the e-commerce lifecycle.”
The theme of Catalyst Americas 2016 is “E-Commerce, Future-Proofed.” This year’s agenda will be broken into three tracks: Brands, Focus and Innovate. The Brands track will explore the ways recent e-commerce innovations are affecting how brands sell online.
The Catalyst Americas Brands track speakers:
- Albert Wilson, Deckers Brands
- Paige Gregory, Hoover
- Vikram Gundoju (Vik), StrikeTru
- Rob Rekrutiak, Google
- Francesco Toscano, Whirlpool EMEA
- Kyle Walker, Amazon
- Tom Clark, Samsung
- Faisal Rangwala, Johnson & Johnson
For more information and to register for Catalyst Americas 2016, please visit bit.ly/Catalyst2016Registration. To learn more about e-commerce strategies for branded manufacturers, download the eBook http://bit.ly/ShouldBrandsSellDirect.