Agenda

Tuesday (14.11.2017)

19.15 – 19.30

Guest welcome – Borys Skraba, CEO at Bold

19.30 – 23.30

Exclusive Evening Event – informal welcome party in nice, relaxed atmosphere. This is another opportunity for getting to know each other.

Wednesday (15.11.2017)

 

9.00 – 9.45

Guest registration, coffee and networking

9.45 – 10.00

Guests Welcome and Opening of conference – Borys Skraba, CEO, Bold Brand Commerce

10.00 – 10.45

David Wise – Director Channel Sales EMEA, Magento Commerce

Harnessing digital trends to meet the speed of customer expectation.

David will share key trends in the industry shaped by the shifts in customer and buying behavior. He will highlight what Magento are seeing, who are at the heart of digital commerce with $124bn transacted last year, and will relate stories of what real customers are doing right now to meet the speed of customer expectation.

10.45 – 11.30

Mitch Goldman – Product owner, project manager & community organizer. Speciality in e-commerce and Magento – Great Britain

Made.com was started with the belief that they would be able to revolutionise the home furnishing industry, which is gigantic in size but extremely opaque and slow moving. Learn how their business model challenged the conventions and quickly created a brand from scratch, in ways that few other retailers have dared

  • Background of Made.com’s founder and the initial vision.
  • Automating the back office. Innovations and challenges.
  • Scaling up. Gaining product focus, Brand-building, and taking ownership of development.
  • Going global, and today’s challenges.
11.30 – 11.45

Coffee Break & Networking

11.45 – 12.30

John Fitchett – Managing Director UK & Europe – ebizmarts, Great Britain

Closing the Omnichannel gap with Magento?

12.30 – 13. 15

Łukasz Węgrzyn – Partner at Maruta Wachta Sp.j.,

Agile e-commerce transformation – that is, how quicker, cheaper and better do e-commerce implementations thanks to contract and design mechanisms.

The presentation aims to show contract and design practices that can significantly improve the time and cost of IT projects. At the same time, the signalling of contract practices and contract models will be made possible to improve the quality of IT results delivered, without reducing the speed of project implementation. New billing models will also be presented, focusing on the delivered business value rather than IT vendors’ working time.

13.15 – 14.15

Lunch & Networking

14.15 – 15.00

Mariusz Gąsiewski – CEEGR Performance Sales Activation Lead at Google

Mobile assets developemnt for Ecommerce – what’s new, what’s next?

  • AMP, PWA, Payment request API. How new technologies can improve user mobile journey and increase mobile Performance?
  • How to prioritize work on those approaches.
  • Case studies and examples from retail industry.
15.00 – 15.15

Coffee Break & Networking

Part II – Round Tables Session

15.15 – 18.30

Workshop: Round Tables

15.15 – 18.30

Round Table Session is a unique form of workshop, which involves all participants and speakers. There are five thematic tables with maximum twelve people at each table. Each table also has a moderator (speaker or other expert), who leads discussion. Swapping tables by speakers, leads to better exchange of knowledge, experince and best practices for representatives of different business model: manufactures, distributors, retailers and service providers from areas of logistics, marketing, payment services.

18.30 – 19.00

Closing of the official part of the Enterprise Sessions