Code Commerce is returning to New York City for its third year, featuring in-depth, honest conversations with top commerce and tech executives about how innovation is transforming the way consumers choose to spend their money today. Recode’s Jason Del Rey will dig into emerging trends and what they mean for your business, including:
- Automation: What emerging robotics tech will mean for the supply chain, the future of delivery, and the labor market.
- The Reinvention of the American Mall: How iconic institutions are transforming themselves into entertainment hubs, developing experiential spaces for brands to activate, and creating places for the public to congregate and socialize.
- Direct-to-Consumer IRL: How DTC brands are utilizing tech to transform the brick-and-mortar experience in their stores, bringing the same personalization experience offered online to clothing curation, fitting rooms, and more.
- Grocery and CPG: Almost two years after Amazon’s Whole Foods acquisition, traditional grocers have upped their delivery game and are experimenting with automated checkout. Learn where we see innovation happening and how they’ll compete.
- The Future of Payments: With the rise of mobile, new customer rewards programs, and Gen Z, the payments sector is in overdrive. Learn how payments companies are developing tech to stay ahead of consumer shopping expectations.
Jason Del Rey and Kara Swisher will sit down with the executives leading these trends to ask what’s next — and what they’ll mean for you.
We’ll be bringing back On-Location Experiences so you can engage firsthand with how the most innovative retailers, payments businesses, and delivery hubs in New York operate.
We’ll also be integrating small group networking opportunities around niche topics so you can network with peers from top retailers, digital-native brands, and payments firms.
Monday, September 9, 2019
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
547 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
To apply for a media credential for Code Commerce, please complete the application here. There are only a small number of press passes given out and an application/submission does not guarantee a pass.
Media, Recording & Photography Policy
The Code Commerce stage is on the record for journalistic and editorial purposes. Journalists may quote anything the speakers and Executive Producers say onstage in stories or blog posts. Interviews that occur offstage in the hallways or at social gatherings are subject to whatever ground rules are agreed upon between parties at the time of the interview.
Still photos, taken from your seats, are OK. We ask that you do not use flash so as not to distract or annoy the speakers or others in attendance. Do not stand or crouch in the aisles or near the stage, as this interferes with our official show photographer, whose photos will be posted online for use by members of the media.
Finally, video and audio recordings are strictly prohibited, as we consider the audio and video content of our stage to be copyrighted. Similarly, while we respect fair-use reprinting of short text quotes, we do consider full transcripts of the conference to be our intellectual property.
This policy applies to all conference attendees.
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