Join Us at eTail Canada & Sailthru’s Marketology Event
May 1, 2014
It’s no coincidence that some of our favorite industry conferences are all of the regional eTail events — they are always inspiring, always educational and always tackling the top issues challenging today’s leading and most transformative retailers.
As the omnichannel solution provider to 20% of Internet Retailer’s top 10 fastest growing web merchants, Sailthru is a proud sponsor of eTail Canada 2014.
To share the customer-obsessed omnichannel gospel, Sailthru Founder & CEO Neil Capel will be giving a keynote address on how personalization can optimize engagement and conversion, and hosting a cocktail party at this year’s eTail Canada on May 5-7! We will also be joining Sailthru client Frank and Oak at the show, so don’t miss their Co-Founder & COO Hicham Ratnani speak on driving customer loyalty through personal connections.
If you’re a retail executive looking to: transform consumer experiences; drastically improve conversion & retention rates; increase customer lifetime value; access real-time and historical data; become the hero of your organization…come see us.
Where you can find Sailthru:
• Chat with us and demo our solution at BOOTH #14 all three days of the event!
• Catch Founder & CEO, Neil Capel, for his keynote address, “Transform Your User Experience By Delivering Real Omnichannel Relevance To Optimize Engagement And Conversion” on Day 3 at 11:15 AM.
• Sit on a roundtable discussion after the address with Capel and senior Sailthru staff on creating true omnichannel experiences.
• RSVP for our eTail Canada Cocktail Party, Sailthru’s Marketology — cocktails and good conversation are on us.
We can’t wait to see all of the amazing things leading Canadian brands and e-commerce retailers are up this year. Please stop by to share strategies, swap retail war stories or just geek out about how technology is changing the face of retail.
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