The secrets to succeeding in B2B eCommerce are to be unveiled to marketers at this year’s B2B Marketing Expo 2019.
The annual event in London will see Simon Wharton, business strategy director at leading full-service e-commerce agency, PushON, reveal his top tips for maximising online B2B sales, with a key focus on what can be learned from B2C strategies.
With more than two decades of digital experience under his belt, Simon will be taking to London ExCels’ stage at 11am on Wednesday 27th March to share his expert insight and recommendations for how B2B businesses can gain a competitive advantage, satisfy client needs and ultimately generate more revenue.
In addition to the coveted speaker slot, PushON will also be exhibiting at stand 2310 over the course of the two-day event (27th -28th March). The agency’s digital specialists will be on hand to meet, great and inform visiting delegates of the work they do in the B2B sphere, adding value and overall improving their client’s eCommerce platforms.
Simon Wharton, business strategy director at PushON, commented: “In a year of uncertainty, working smarter to achieve competitive advantage will differentiate the ‘at risk’ from the successful.
“B2C eCommerce in the UK is world leading, and much that is commonplace in B2C strategies can ultimately help B2B businesses. So I am delighted to be sharing these insights - in a straight forward format - at this year’s B2B Marketing Expo.”
B2B Marketing Expo is Europe’s leading marketing event, connecting the most proactive marketing professionals with the tools, techniques and innovations they need to be at the forefront of the ever-evolving world of marketing.
For more information on PushON, visit: https://www.pushon.co.uk/
"B2C eCommerce in the UK is world leading, and much that is commonplace in B2C strategies can ultimately help B2B businesses. So I am delighted to be sharing these insights."
Simon Wharton, PushON business strategy director
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