Who are we?

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

Our events

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

Knowledge Library

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

Work with us

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

Content & Commerce

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Content & Commerce

In a world of marginal gains, content is the last battleground. Yet people are consuming content in an ever more complicated fashion, with entertainment mixed with consumerism, and media effectiveness becoming less predictable. Challenges also come from the shift to consuming content on mobiles, when users may be in a different mindset to when they search on their PC or Mac

Content & Commerce

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Content & Commerce

At our most recent annual Content & Commerce conference we asked our audience a series of questions around their online content strategy, the rise of social media as a channel, and where to improve the customer journey.

Future Commerce

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Future Commerce

Persuading someone to buy from you is harder than it’s ever been. At a time when there are so many ways available to reach out to potential customers, that may seem an odd thing to say, but it is the broad range that is the problem. Where do you focus your efforts and what kind of content do you employ in order to persuade people to buy something – and buy it from you, not someone else?

Cross-Atlantic Commerce

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Cross-Atlantic Commerce

In the UK, retail has reached a plateau – indeed, by some measures it is declining. So if you want your retail business to grow, looking beyond the confines of your national market is a must. And the most obvious place to start is the largest retail market in the world – the United States, where online sales are growing at around 15% year-on-year