The retail tipping point is here.
Technology’s role in commerce is growing larger every day. As store closings accelerate, traditional retailers are making investments in digital-native brands, and consumer packaged goods companies are considering selling direct to consumer. At the same time, e-commerce startups are opening their own brick-and-mortar stores and selling wholesale into others. In short — old and new have to learn from each other.
Code Commerce is here to help to facilitate that.
This fall, we’ve expanded our series from a three-hour evening to a day-and-a-half conference, hosted in the emerging epicenter of e-commerce, New York. Recode senior editor Jason Del Rey and executive editor Kara Swisher will return with their signature, unscripted red chair interviews with the most innovative minds in the field.
These include the founders of the most popular digital direct-to-consumer lines, like Bonobos, Glossier and Warby Parker, in addition to traditional retailers that are nimbly transitioning business models, like Williams-Sonoma. We’ll also explore how the changing retail landscape is shaking up industries like media, with BuzzFeed and The Wirecutter; sports licensing, with the NBA commissioner and Fanatics; and food supply chains, with Blue Apron and Sweetgreen.
With exclusive on-location visits, you’ll have a chance to learn how some of the most dynamic companies are transforming retail. And the additional time means more opportunity for you to network with your smartest colleagues from top retailers, digital-native brands and the consumer packaged goods, tech and finance industries.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Note: This agenda is subject to change.
Code Commerce First Mover fee: $795 (through July 31, 2017). Standard registration fee is $995 and includes access to conference sessions, scheduled meal functions, and social events.
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