Epic changes are happening in the way people discover, shop and pay for stuff. From in-app purchases and same-day deliveries to digital currencies and mobile payments, technology is transforming commerce — and if you’re not there, your competitors will be.
This March, join Recode’s senior editor Jason Del Rey and executive editor Kara Swisher, who are bringing together leaders from retail, consumer packaged goods and the tech and payments industries to explore broader commerce trends and dive into the weeds on what’s working, what’s not and what’s next.
Following last year’s sold-out inaugural event, the second edition of Code Commerce Series will return to Shoptalk in Las Vegas on March 20, 2017.
You won’t want to miss this evening event offering three hours of unscripted interviews and networking with some of the best minds in commerce. Interested in attending the March event? Register here.
Katrina Lake, Founder and CEO, Stitch Fix
Founded while she was attending Harvard Business School, her rapidly expanding San Francisco-based online personal shopping company mixes data science with a human touch to help style women — and now men — nationwide.
Marc Lore, President and CEO, Walmart eCommerce U.S.
A serial entrepreneur and founder of Jet.com, he now has his sights set on transforming Walmart into a true competitor of Amazon — and turning the retail giant’s brick-and-mortar stores into a digital commerce advantage.
Tristan Walker, Founder and CEO, Walker & Company Brands
One of his top priorities as the CEO of a fast-growing health and beauty startup is opening doors for people of color — and making sure they look good on the way up.
Monday, March 20, 2017
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