ECOMMERCE EXPO VIRTUAL: 2-4 March

ECOMMERCE EXPO will bring together the brands and experts that are delivering the strategies for a new era of digital commerce for three virtual days of analysis and discussion on one of the most significant but unpredictable years in retail and marketing, and ask – what next?

With your free ticket, you’ll have access to 25 hours of content, 30+ leading experts discussion and sessions streaming straight to your screen, wherever you are.

UKWA CEO Peter Ward will join panelists on 2nd March at 11.15am to discuss ‘Understanding the Impact of Brexit on eCommerce’ in the Cross Border Sales & International Growth Track. The panel will be looking at the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, recent changes to customs rules and continued COVID-19 disruption, all of which are all having a significant impact on ecommerce and retail businesses looking to trade international.

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