"This is buzzing, this place, and im quite excited by the entrepreneurial talent that’s coming out of Stockholm."
David Rowan, Wired Magazine

"The reason I came back – this was one of the two or three best conferences I went to last year."
Gary Vaynerchuk, VaynerMedia

"What a show it was. Everyone was so impressed by the quality and level of knowledge. Fantastic."
Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO and founder of Klarna

"We invited our whole staff to give them a boost. It was a success and it felt great to go back to work and execute."
Linn Tagesson, founder of Babyshop.com

"It's like seeing my family being here and I feel a little sad now when the conference is over and everyone is going home."
Arne Andersson, PostNord

"This is as far from traditional conferences as you can get and that inspires me a lot. There are big opportunities to network and share interests in ecommerce."
Johan Holgersson, Bring

"This is buzzing, this place, and im quite excited by the entrepreneurial talent that’s coming out of Stockholm."
David Rowan, Wired Magazine

"The reason I came back – this was one of the two or three best conferences I went to last year."
Gary Vaynerchuk, VaynerMedia

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Nordic eCommerce Summit

Date: November 5-6, 2014
Place: Malmö Arena

Nordic eCommerce Summit is the leading international conference for e-commerce retailers and suppliers in the Nordic countries.

At Nordic eCommerce Summit Malmö, you will…

  • visit a conference where international keynote speakers share their knowledge on e-commerce
  • get an inside look at the technology behind e-commerce
  • experience services and products in an interactive way
  • meet 2000 e-retailers and suppliers

Order tickets
Become a partner/exhibitor

malmo14-skyline

Nordic eCommerce Summit

Date: November 5-6, 2014
Place: Malmö Arena

Nordic eCommerce Summit is the leading international conference for e-commerce retailers and suppliers in the Nordic countries.

At Nordic eCommerce Summit Malmö, you will…

  • visit a conference where international keynote speakers share their knowledge on e-commerce
  • get an inside look at the technology behind e-commerce
  • experience services and products in an interactive way
  • meet 2000 e-retailers and suppliers

Order tickets
Become a partner/exhibitor

MALMÖ SPEAKERS

  • John Lewis

    Andrew Murphy

    John Lewis started their first brick and mortar store in 1864, and their first webshop in 2001, so it’s safe to say that they know omni-channel. Andrew Murphy, Retail Director at John Lewis will share some insights on their £1 billion e-commerce business.

  • Jabong

    Praveen Sinha

    India is one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets, and Jabong is one of the country’s leading online fashion retailer. Praveen Sinha, co-founder and Managing Director of Jabong, will tell us about the future of e-commerce in India and how they are preparing for international competition.

  • eDreams ODIGEO

    Pablo De Porcioles

    eDreams ODIGEO is one of the world leaders in the travel business. Pablo De Porcioles, Group Director Business Development, will tell us about the struggle to be on top in the most competitive business of all.

  • 3Doodler

    Daniel Cowen

    How do you grow your business after capital investments without losing focus on the product development and sales? Daniel Cowen, co-founder of The 3Doodler, is coming all the way from Hong Kong to talk about life after Kickstarter.

  • Airbnb

    Even Heggernes

    Airbnb is a company within ”The Sharing Economy” and has changed the way many people travel and live. Even Heggernes, Country Manager in the UK, Ireland and the Nordics, will present their ways of building digital trust and how it feels to sell experiences.

  • CarTrawler

    Bobby Healy

    After a much appreciated presentation at the Summit in Stockholm, Bobby Healy is back to talk about A/B-testing and mobile shopping.

  • Tailor Store

    Jan Höjman

    An online tailor seemed like a good idea to the founders of Tailor Store, and their results and growth has proved them right. Jan Höjman, CEO, will tell us about the production in Sri Lanka and their engagement in the local community.

  • More speakers will be presented shortly ...

Nordic eCommerce Summit Malmö – new perspectives on ecommerce

Our conferences should give you the knowledge and the contacts that will grow your business. We want to show you a new way of thinking and give you useful tools to work with.

At Nordic eCommerce Summit in Malmö, we will take a closer look at different ways to succeed online. We have invited speakers and representatives from the travel industry, upstart companies, computer game developers and technical suppliers.

Why? Quite simply because your customers – whoever they are – are likely to be active in one or more of these business segments. The companies there have successfully attracted and retained customers in a digital environment. We believe that you will be able to sell more online by learning about how these companies do business.


Travel

Many travel companies were online pioneers. They have transformed their business, making it completely natural to book travel arrangements online, constantly testing and evaluating how to inspire, guide and track online purchases. Their loyalty programs are appreciated and increase sales. The travel industry overcomes their aged technology – sometimes using legacy systems from the sixties – by adding new and improved functionality.

Online retailers can learn a lot about using existing customer data as an asset for a mobile expansion plan.

A red dot indicates content from the travel industry.


Gaming

Online retailers face a demanding challenge: how to get customers to find their way in the web store. How should it be designed in order to help people find buttons and links – and make purchases? We are convinced that there is much to be learned from the gaming industry.

Game designers and developers face similar challenges. They need to make people understand functions and gameplay, using visual cues and interactive design elements to create a rich and engaging experience.

They can give online retailers many, many valuable hints on how to handle anticipation, communication and marketing of upcoming releases. How to choose a global payment system? How to counteract negative comments on online forums? The gaming industry knows it all!

A yellow dot indicates content from the gaming industry.


Upstart

All companies start out small – but as they get bigger, they often forget the things that made them successful to begin with.

Upstart companies are eager to get a share of the market and have an international outlook early on.

Upstarts move swiftly. They develop, launch and change at a high pace – something that larger companies can learn from.

Upstarts are usually financially challenged, making it necessary to find ways to advertise and sell products and services effectively. They create smart ways to work in smaller teams that make them more creative.

…but sometimes they have a lot of resources. What do they do with the investors’ money? They try out new and exciting things – that you can learn from.

Large companies can get inspired by the passion of startups. Revenue is not always the end goal, but rather the desire to work for something they believe in.

A blue dot indicates content from startup companies.

Travel

Many travel companies were online pioneers. They have transformed their business, making it completely natural to book travel arrangements online, constantly testing and evaluating how to inspire, guide and track online purchases. Their loyalty programs are appreciated and increase sales. The travel industry overcomes their aged technology – sometimes using legacy systems from the sixties – by adding new and improved functionality.

Online retailers can learn a lot about using existing customer data as an asset for a mobile expansion plan.

A red dot indicates content from the travel industry.


Gaming

Online retailers face a demanding challenge: how to get customers to find their way in the web store. How should it be designed in order to help people find buttons and links – and make purchases? We are convinced that there is much to be learned from the gaming industry.

Game designers and developers face similar challenges. They need to make people understand functions and gameplay, using visual cues and interactive design elements to create a rich and engaging experience.

They can give online retailers many, many valuable hints on how to handle anticipation, communication and marketing of upcoming releases. How to choose a global payment system? How to counteract negative comments on online forums? The gaming industry knows it all!

A yellow dot indicates content from the gaming industry.


Upstart

All companies start out small – but as they get bigger, they often forget the things that made them successful to begin with.

Upstart companies are eager to get a share of the market and have an international outlook early on.

Upstarts move swiftly. They develop, launch and change at a high pace – something that larger companies can learn from.

Upstarts are usually financially challenged, making it necessary to find ways to advertise and sell products and services effectively. They create smart ways to work in smaller teams that make them more creative.

…but sometimes they have a lot of resources. What do they do with the investors’ money? They try out new and exciting things – that you can learn from.

Large companies can get inspired by the passion of startups. Revenue is not always the end goal, but rather the desire to work for something they believe in.

A blue dot indicates content from startup companies.


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