Who we are

Commerce Futures is an events & media brand that engages with business leaders & industry practitioners across various sectors throughout Europe and the US.

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We run an ever-popular series of events across a variety of topics and sectors, including: eCommerce, Digital, Technology and more...

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We have collated all of our research & content surrounding our events into a Knowledge Library. Find out more by clicking below.

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There are many ways you can work with Commerce Futures. Contact us about sponsorship, speaking opportunities or event collaboration.

Content & Commerce North Whitepaper

Whitepaper

Content & Commerce North Whitepaper

In a world where eCommerce is considered the norm and the majority of seasonal shopping is now likely to be done online, how do you get people to buy from you rather than your competitors? Whether it’s capturing the one-off impulse or high-value purchase, or encouraging brand loyalty to boost repeat sales, the content you deliver…

Content & Commerce North 2018

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Content & Commerce North 2018

At our second edition of Content & Commerce conference this September, 2018 in Manchester we asked over 50 industry professionals within eCommerce the following questions within a survey, and here are their responses.

Interview - Rebecca Scott, Founder & Owner - NEUapparel

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Interview - Rebecca Scott, Founder & Owner - NEUapparel

Rebecca explains the importance of being relatable and engaging with their audience is the key to their Instagram strategy, and how all the team are aware of the brand voice! She then goes on to explain NEUapparel has no desire to have a physical store and will continue to build CX throughout their website but have plans to be physically present using pop ups in the future.

Interview - Stephanie Nash and Paul Martin, UX Lead and Head of IT - Graham & Brown

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Interview - Stephanie Nash and Paul Martin, UX Lead and Head of IT - Graham & Brown

Steph explains the transition Graham & Brown went through from a traditional bricks-and-mortar store to creating an eCommerce team, breaking the boundaries. Paul explains the fundamental changes they had to go through to grow as a business by implementing systems and having a ‘Can Ban’ approach.