May 29, 2012 ChannelAdvisor President David Spitz to Moderate Upcoming Spencer Stuart/Google Digital Leadership Exchange Forum
Research Triangle Park, NC – May 29, 2012 –ChannelAdvisor, a global e-commerce platform provider that enables retailers to be seen and sell more across online channels, announced today that president and COO David Spitz will moderate the next Digital Leadership Exchange forum being hosted by Chris Nadherny of Spencer Stuart and Julie Krueger from Google on June 5, 2012 in Chicago. This private roundtable discussion will focus on Rethinking the Future: What Will Retail Look Like Five Years from Now? and will include digital leaders Jim Barr, executive vice president and chief digital officer at OfficeMax and John Seebeck, vice president of e-commerce at Crate & Barrel.
“The retail landscape is changing rapidly, and I’m looking forward to being a part of this open conversation about how the industry will take shape in the future,” said Spitz. “Jim and John have great insights to share with the group, and I’m sure this candid discussion will help shape retailers’ strategic priorities for the next cycle of change and innovation.”
This invitation-only event is a part of a series that meets regularly in major metropolitan areas around the globe, bringing together digitally engaged business leaders to discuss ideas and relevant issues in a confidential setting. The June meeting is taking place the same week as the annual Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE), which attracts the world’s leading e-commerce companies and executives.
ChannelAdvisor will be exhibiting in booth 1401 at IRCE, taking place June 5-8, 2012 at the McCormick Place West in Chicago. For more information about IRCE or to register for the conference, please visit http://irce.internetretailer.com/2012/.
ChannelAdvisor powers more than 3,000 retailers globally, including some of the largest, most successful retail brands such as Dell, Under Armour, Staples, Victoria’s Secret, Crocs, Jos. A. Bank, Urban Outfitters and more.