Ever wondered how the brightest minds in the eCommerce space work? How they stay inspired and foster creativity among their teams? How they stay ahead of the competition while focusing on their customers’ needs?
On Friday, November 15 you can gain an insight into this ever-changing industry at the third-annual Online and Digital Grocery Summit 2019 taking place at the Four Seasons in Downtown Toronto.
For one day only, the event will bring leaders from top retailers and CPG brands together so attendees can learn and understand what it takes to build their own brands, and ultimately boost their online sales.
Whether you run a software or consumer goods business online, the event provides a unique opportunity to hear tips and tricks from leaders of the fastest-growing sector of the grocery industry.
Curious to know who the speakers are? Brace yourselves — the lineup is pretty darn impressive.
It includes Daryl Porter, VP of omnichannel and customer experience at Walmart Canada, Kurtis Wong, senior customer development leader, digital commerce at Mars Canada, Matthew Maruscak, eCommerce business development manager at Pfizer, and Dale Calvert, partner, director of creative services at Mont Clairity.
But it doesn’t end there. Kelly Miller, eCommerce and digital marketing lead at Conagra Foods, Jessica Armstrong, VP eCommerce at Maple Leaf Foods, and Erin McCeever, senior manager, eCommerce at Nestlé Purina PetCare will also be there sharing their expert knowledge.
Day of the event
The full-day event kicks off at 8:30 am with breakfast and networking before the industry talks begin, finishing at 4:25 pm.
Before then, here’s a look at some of the key topics which will be addressed during the event:
- Building your eCommerce Business: The Internal Sell with Jessica Armstrong
- Online Grocery 201 – Winning with Grocery Retailers with Daryl Porter
- How to enhance Retailer-Supplier relationship for eCommerce success with Erin McCeeve
- Enhancing CPG brand content in the online grocery store with Kelly Miller
- Content Creation and Syndication with Dale Calvert
A number of talks have yet to be announced, so you can expect even more from this event, as well as networking opportunities during lunch and coffee breaks.
Roundtable discussions will also be taking place, during which you can learn about measuring the ROI of digital campaigns, how to build and optimize end-to-end content, and discuss the latest trends and innovations.
The focus is on connecting people in the eCommerce space, be they big brands or small, suppliers or retailers. Who knows? You may just meet your next business partner or potential investor.
All passes include full access to conference sessions and network area, full access to all PDF presentations and event recordings, as well as meals throughout the day. This includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and networking drinks post-event.
For more information and to register, visit digitalgrocerysummit.ca.
When: Friday, November 15
Where: Four Seasons — 60 Yorkville Avenue, Downtown Toronto
Price: $750 for a Summit Pass — Register via digitalgrocerysummit.ca