ChannelAdvisor Corporation (NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that enable retailers and manufacturers to increase global sales, today announced that eBay will present at Catalyst Americas, taking place March 10-12, 2014 at the Wynn Las Vegas. Christopher Payne, senior vice president, eBay marketplaces, North America will sit down with David Spitz, ChannelAdvisor president and chief operating officer, for a fireside chat about eBay’s latest initiatives on Wednesday, March 12 at 12:30 p.m. PDT.
“EBay is an essential piece of the e-commerce puzzle, so we’re pleased to have them back on stage this year,” said Spitz. “Catalyst is designed to give retailers access to the industry’s best and brightest in order to optimize their online strategies. EBay is constantly evolving its programs and initiatives to help retailers make the most of the marketplace, so it will be exciting to hear what they’re working on in 2014.”
“E-Commerce. Accelerated.” is the theme of the 2014 Catalyst Americas conference, which will focus on topics such as rapid access to new sources of demand, global expansion, performance-based analytics and much more. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of current and upcoming trends, best practices and new products and innovations in the e-commerce industry.
In addition to the eBay keynote, the 2014 Catalyst Americas agenda includes sessions such as:
- Marketplaces Madness: Your Next Steps for Amazon, eBay & Emerging Marketplaces
- Branding Basics: How to Manage Your Online Identity
- Inside the Mind of the Consumer
- 20/20 Hindsight: Sharing Lessons Learned the Hard Way
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