So much is involved in planning for a trade show. Among the many decisions show producers and exhibit planners must make is whether to rent or purchase the technology required for a successful show or exhibit booth. When weighing these options, it’s important to consider not only the expense involved in procuring this equipment, but also the time, freight, logistics, and staffing required to set up and break down your own technology.
eDelivery Expo 2016
eDelivery Expo (EDX) is Europe's only retail logistics dedicated show, for retailers to discover the future of your multichannel operations. EDX explores the delivery side of the multichannel performance and is for director and senior managers looking after logistics, operations and supply chain in multichannel and ecommerce. Co-located with the successful, Internet Retailing Expo (IRX), EDX will provide networking opportunities, thought-provoking content and discussion and insight by industry leading suppliers and retailers. The show will comprise of a content rich education programme covering key themes: Home Delivery, Warehousing, Click and Collect and Supply Chain which are essential to delivery, 2 specialist conferences: Multichannel Fulfilment and Operations in Multichannel, 15 Clinics, 20 workshops and suppliers showcasing the latest and cutting edge technologies in multichannel retail. EDX is an experience that is profitable, enjoyable and a worthwhile day out of the office!
John Munnelly, Head of Operations - Magna Park, John Lewis; Ian Towell, Senior Manager Multi-Channel GM Operations & Returns, Tesco; Professor Jan Godsell, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Strategy WMG, University of Warwick, Dave Crellin, Head of Online Operations Development, Sainsbury's