Future-Proof Your Ecommerce Operations Business

April 14-16, 2020 | Marriott Orlando World Center | Orlando, FL

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Willis Weirich

SVP, Supply Chain & Operations


Join Us in Orlando

Join over 800 ecommerce professionals as they dive into the innovation, strategies, and tactics essential for today’s ecommerce environment. From increasing customers satisfaction to boosting productivity and cutting costs, you’ll leave with answers to your top questions.

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It!

“Real and actionable ideas”

Ecommerce Operations Summit 2019 brought together an awesome variety of professionals from all aspects of the industry. The various tracks and seminars offer real and actionable ideas that can be implemented immediately.

Joe Bobko
Vice President of Operations, Boxed

“A Standard Tool in My Arsenal”

The material, networking and general experience has continued to be the “here and now” and “what is to come,” making it all the more relevant in today’s landscape. The network of colleagues, through the relationships I had the opportunity to build while attending, provides that one collaborative tool you need to be a leading disruptor in the ecommerce space.

Johnathon Koweck, Director,
Supply Chain Operations, Bloomscape


“Very informative”

This was my first time attending and I found the Ecommerce Operations Summit to be very informative. The breakout sessions covered a thorough range of topics and … the networking opportunities and local events were also a great compliment to the conference.

Glenn Griesser
Director of Operations
Vermont Teddy Bear


Highly recommended






TikTok Testing Addition of Social Commerce URLs

Short-form mobile video app TikTok is expanding its ecommerce footprint by testing a new feature allowing users to add a shoppable URL to their bios or videos, creating an online store where consumers can shop without leaving the app. The move is seen as a strategy to compete with Instagram and Facebook shopping.

Study Finds 80% of Consumers Shop on Smartphones, M-Commerce Gains

A study commissioned by PayPal, conducted by the global market research and consulting firm Ipsos, shows consumers are shopping on smartphones more than ever but remain concerned about mobile commerce security. The global study of 22,000 consumers across age groups found 80% of consumers have shopped via smartphone, but only 63% of ecommerce businesses are optimized to accept mobile payments

Assessing the Impact of 2020 Rate Increases from UPS

Effective Dec. 29, UPS ground, air and international rates will increase by an average of 4.9%. Keep in mind that there is often a discrepancy between the announced increase and the effect on individual shippers. Our team at Shipware will perform a detailed analysis of the announced increases over the next week, but in the interim, here are some areas which will likely provide the most impact on merchant shippers.


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