IRCE

The One-Stop-Shop for E-Retailers IRCE is your one-stop-shop for all your e-commerce needs. This conference and trade show offers you everything your business needs to stay ahead of your competition, in one simple location. IRCE 2019 @ RetailX will take place in the world-class city of Chicago, June 25-28, at McCormick Place. A Conference Like None Other IRCE’s conference offers strategic educational sessions on the topics that matter to you most. With over 130 sessions covering various topics and trends, your needs are met at IRCE.

What makes our content unique is that it is curated, which means our speakers are not only knowledgeable but prepared with helpful, actionable presentations for you to learn from. Our agenda is created in part with the editorial experts from Internet Retailer magazine, so you know all the latest and greatest in the e-commerce industry will be covered here. With multiple tracks and in-depth workshops covering topics that matter to you, your perfect agenda yet is waiting.

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Laura Linck de Romero • AB Tasty

I attended IRCE last year in order to analyze the event and check if it's worth investing as a sponsor (with a booth) this year. Attendees were really qualified (large retailers mostly from the U.S., but sometimes from Europe and other countries as well). Conferences were really interesting and were always about topics related to e-commerce (how to internationalize your e-commerce business, how to create and implement a content marketing strategy, etc.). So if you offer e-commerce services/platforms or if you work in this space, this is a great trade fair. However, if you wish to go as a sponsor, get ready to spend money. American companies usually invest heavily in events, handing out food and gifts to attendees, and sometimes even offering games and distractions (such as a robot that people can take pictures with, even when they don't specialize in robotics). Bottom line: lots of interesting prospects, lots of competition, and to make money with this event you need to spend money.

Tino Dietrich • Ella Paradis

Fantastic fair. Great discussions and productive meetings. 1 3/4 days is not a lot if you plan to cover a bit more detailed discussions and discover new opportunities. Might be worth while to review overall structure to allow people to spend the time necessary to fully learn about any new opportunities. Just a thought... !

Ryan Kulp • Fomo

This is the best conference I've ever sponsored, from an ROI and organization perspective. Our booth was around $5,500 and we were 10 feet away from a huge Walmart installation and other similar but non-competitive startups. Exhibit hall was flooded with people throughout the day and it was not uncommon for myself and 3 team members to simultaneously be talking with potential customers or partners. In addition to selling, we also networked with a handful of other vendors which turned into solid partnerships a few months later.