Eccomplished & Tech London Advocates present

London: the Retail Technology Capital, in partnership with Like Minds and kindly sponsored by Notion Capital

We are bringing together the brightest minds in Retail Technology, Innovation, Acceleration and Investment to establish London as the world’s leading Digital Retail Economy

Hosted by Powa Technologies at: Heron Tower, 34th-35th floor, 110 Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street, London, EC2N 4AY

Our Speakers

Stephen Millard CEO, Eccomplished

Russ Shaw Founder, Tech London Advocates

Paul Sheedy Founder and CEO, Reward Technology

Julian Burnett CTO at Think, former Head of Innovation at John Lewis

Steve Emecz SVP Business Development, Powa Technologies

Pradeep Raman Investor, Forward Partners

Stuart Marks Chairman, LMarks and Founder of JLabs

Peter Janes Founder and CEO, Shopa

Alex Smith-Bingham Vice President & Head of Digital, Capgemini

Wayne Gibbins Vice President, Notion Capital

More speakers TBA…

The UK leads the world in the adoption of digital retail, with consumers spending double online per capita than the next nearest economy, leading the way in the use of mobile technology in retail and continually pushing the adoption of new technology.

Retailers have long invested in technology to maintain the competitiveness; maximising the value of their brands, now however the impetus to invest is driven by the need keep pace with competition and consumers.

The current retail technology landscape is growing and changing rapidly; new start-ups are emerging rapidly, existing players are investing and re-inventing and start–ups from around the world are re-locating to the UK.

Investors – private and institutional, are increasingly looking to UK retail technology as one of the most vibrant and exciting markets investment markets in the world.

The UK has an incredible opportunity to create value and establish leadership around the world in the delivery of transformational retail technology.

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