Home Delivery World USA

2016-03-30 - 2016-03-31
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Home Delivery World USA is the only event to bring together retailers to learn about innovations across home delivery, click and collect, retail technology and eCommerce. While there are many retail conferences in the US, this event uniquely covers the entire delivery cycle, from warehousing to customer doorstep, gathering perspectives from big box retailers to innovative subscription service companies, and best in class carriers, 3PL, fulfilment and other delivery solution providers. Home Delivery World USA started out as a small conference back in 2013 with the goal of helping retailers get their products to their consumers. eCommerce, however, is an industry exploding with growth and as testament to this industry now so has our once-modest conference. 2014 marked a move to Atlanta – the US hub for service providers working in home delivery. In 2015, this event once again grew. By adding two conferences, a massive expo, our attendees tackled all parts of the online shopping experience, from initial online purchase to delivery or collection. With out of the box speakers from The Home Depot, Costco, Sears, Polyvore, Office Depot, and Alibaba, on-floor seminars led by Home Delivery experts Cagney Global Logistics, ProStar Logistics, SprintShip and Doorman, an innovation showcase for start-ups to pitch their retail idea to retail entrepreneurs and VCs, networking lunches and interactive roundtables, the event created a truly inspiring environment to help the industry further their business. Even the Mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, joined the conference in support of the industry. Home Delivery World USA 2016 will once again be the place where retailers, etailers, grocers and solution providers gather to discuss delivery operations challenges and trends. Held in Atlanta-GA for the 3rd consecutive year, the event gathers big box and mid-size retailers and their delivery providers from the all the US. Event Promotion by @evvnt - http://bit.ly/septPROMOTE

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