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Learn from B2C and B2B logistics experts, listen to how industry-leading companies and transformational disrupters are changing the way cross-border supply chains operate and networking with like-minded eCommerce operators – opening up new and valuable opportunities for your business.

Understand who’s who in this rapidly-evolving sector and open direct discussions with strategic partners that can provide value-added services to keep your business competitive, forward thinking and at the cutting-edge.

Engage with eRetailers, understand their needs and create solutions that can be replicated across the online cross-border retail sector.

Learn about new technologies within the industry and the key drivers that are disrupting traditional logistics methods, while taking time to absorb the experience and knowledge of expert individuals that are on hand to share their experiences and help guide you to eCommerce growth.

With the UK being the home of #BREXIT, you’ll also hear first-hand how the impact of Brexit will affect UK/EU eCommerce logistics and supply chains. Get to know VAT, duties & taxes and compliance professionals that will be on hand to discuss general issues or your more specific needs.

Rudee Bertie, Director of CCL will speaking on Brexit, read his blog post on the subject; Link below.

It is much more than a conference with networking. It’s an eCommerce experience, with an ambition to keep you constantly engaged, allow you the best possible opportunities to take advantage of global eCommerce growth and engage in cross-border solutions within the WCA ecommerce network.

If you already operate in this space, be there. If you are thinking about being in this space, come along. If you have value-add solutions, make a contribution. Or if you simply just want to come along and network with the fastest growing group of independent, neutral, like-minded individuals, get involved. Make a difference to your business, see you at the Heathrow Renaissance London 4-6th June 2018.

Our 2018 BREXIT Update (Part 1)

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