Home Delivery World 2017: all you need to know
Retail expo and conference Home Delivery World is set to return for its fifth anniversary this March.
Over 2000 leading retailers, etailers, grocers and solutions providers will be present at the event, which is set to take place on the 14th and 15th of March at the Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart.
These will include representatives from big names such as Amazon, Unilever and Tiffany & Co, and the conference will feature talks centered around trends that will be pushing logistics and operations forward in the coming years.
A number of shipping companies will also be in attendance to identify new ways to improve customer retention through fulfilment, delivery and reverse logistics programs.
Key topics at the conference will include:
- The state of home delivery – a benchmark analysis of leading retailers
- Rebuilding brick & mortar – keeping up with Omnichannel demand from consumers
- Supply chain excellence – empowering the consumer through a strong message and a streamlined operation
- Building a sustainable logistics network
- Delivering the warehouse club to your door – technological and operations processes that helps to transform the industry
Attendees can register for either a full conference pass, which offers entry into roundtable discussions and exclusive networking events, access to the free expo, and more, or a free expo pass. This will give the holder access to the expo’s 75 booths of solutions providers, two on-floor seminar theaters and a networking lounge.
Both types of passes are available online, with discounts available for groups of three or more. Early-bird discounts available before 3rd February.
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