The heart of Las Vegas will house the fourth consecutive AutoCommerce, a half-day event focusing on e-commerce opportunities and best practices exclusively for automotive and powersports retailers.
AutoCommerce 2015 will be filled with automotive and powersports experts who will present sessions about the latest industry trends shaping the automotive sector and share advice on how to master the complexities of selling online. This year’s agenda will include:
- A keynote presentation titled “Life in the Fast Lane: Accelerating Growth in the Automotive Aftermarket” by Nile Cornelison, CEO of Direct Communications, Inc. (DCi) and recent inductee into the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Hall of Fame
- A panel discussion titled “Under the Hood: The Nuts and Bolts of Aftermarket Product Data,” featuring Brad Smith, vice president of product management at ARI; Chris Fellows, director of internet solutions at DCi; Marian Maasshoff, vice president of product management at MOTOR Information Systems; Christian Hassold, co-founder and CEO of OrderPigeon; and Adrian Klingel, managing partner at MyFitment
- A second panel discussion titled “Maximizing Your Channel Opportunities,” with Sree Moren, general manager for the parts and accessories team at eBay Motors; Brett Tuson, business development at Amazon; and Thuy Dang, automotive domain director at Newegg
Operating an online retail business in the fast-paced automotive aftermarket isn’t simple. With all the industry noise, it can be easy to lose focus on the trends and consumer behaviors that are influencing the landscape. Well, AutoCommerce 2015 is your chance to get expert advice and industry knowledge from some of the biggest names in the business.
There’s no fee to attend AutoCommerce! We simply ask that you register in advance. You can learn more and register here.
Extend your stay a few days and register for the Catalyst Americas 2015 conference (March 30 – April 1), a top educational and networking event for online retailers in every category.
Blog post by Jordan Nowlin, social media and blog manager, ChannelAdvisor