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Discover the future of your multichannel operations

Discover the future of your multichannel operations

Following the success of the inaugural eDelivery Expo (EDX), EDX 2016 will take place on 27-28 April at The NEC Birmingham.

The show will deliver an eclectic mix of suppliers showcasing the latest and cutting edge technologies, a content-rich education programme with expert speakers, including: Alex Watson, Global Transport & Logistics, Supergroup; Dave Crellin, Head of Online Operations Development, Sainsbury’s; John Munnelly, Head of Operations – Magna Park, John Lewis; James Matthews, Director – Non-Food, Ocado; and more covering key themes such as Home Delivery, Warehousing, Click & Collect and Supply Chain.

There will be two specialist conferences - Multichannel Fulfilment and Operations in Multichannel - 15 one-to-one expert clinics, 20 dedicated workshops and much more.

eDelivery Expo is Europe’s only retail focused logistics show, to discover the future of your multichannel operations!

Meet and network with over 6,000 visitors working in multichannel retail including: Carrier and Dropship Managers, Senior Customer Delivery Managers, Shipping Directors, Head of Fulfilment, Head of Operations, Head of Logistics, Head of Distribution and Omnichannel Directors from leading retailers across Europe and the UK, fulfilling the multichannel promise.

EDX offers many opportunities for suppliers to seek new clients and is an experience that is profitable, enjoyable and a worthwhile day out of the office. This is the show for you if you are a specialist in: Software, Systems, Contact Centre Management, Operations and e-logistics solutions.

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