Top 50 People in E-Commerce launch

Top 50 for IROInside Retail’s sister site, Internet Retailing, and General Assembly are hosting two events to mark the launch of 2016 Top 50 People in E-Commerce report, powered by StarTrack.

The free launch events are taking place in Sydney on April 26 and Melbourne on April 28, from 6pm to 8pm.

An opportunity to network with friends and peers in the e-commerce sector, the events will feature a panel discussion and Q&A moderated by Internet Retailing editor, Tess Bennett, in Sydney and Internet Retailing founder, Mark Freidin, in Melbourne.

Speakers include Mon Purse founder, Lana Hopkins; AMP IT director, Tzipi Avioz; Bras N Things chief digital officer, Sven Lindell; Speedmaster CEO, Jason Kencevski; Greencross CIO, Paul Kennedy; Costumes.com.au co-founder, Nathan Huppatz; Tinyme founder, Mike Wilson; head of e-commerce for Mecca brands, Louisa Simpson; and Catch Group co-founder, Gabby Leibovich.

Click here to register for Sydney (26 April, Ultimo near the CBD)

Click here to register for Melbourne (28 April, William Street in the CBD)

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