As a business, are you selling online? Do you want to? Less than one-third of Irish firms can take orders online. It’s time to change the situation.
The 3XE Digital Conversion conference on February 8, 2018, in Croke Park in Dublin, aims to address the fact that more Irish businesses need to sell goods and services online.
Some of the biggest names in the online conversion sector (helping businesses optimise their online sales) will gather in Dublin to share the latest trends and best practices.
“I am completely astounded that Irish businesses cannot see what is right in front of them.”
With Ireland lagging well behind international online-buying trends, the conference will address the skills gap that currently exists within the business community in Ireland.
According to the latest IEDR report, only 40% of SMEs and corporate firms in Ireland can take orders for their products and services online.
The same report also found that one-fifth of Irish businesses have no digital assets whatsoever – no Twitter account, Facebook profile or even a website. This comes despite the fact that over 70% of Irish consumers are more likely to purchase from a company with a website.
“I am completely astounded that Irish businesses cannot see what is right in front of them – that they could make a killing if they were to simply make an effort going digital,” says Adrian Hopkins, 3XE Digital conference director. “We are running this conference to help mobilise the business community in Ireland to take advantage of the massive, untapped opportunity that currently exists in the online space”.
Over 500 professionals are expected at the conference.
Speakers come from some of the top eCommerce providers, including:
● Pinterest (speaking in Ireland for the first time)
● Booking.com (also speaking in Ireland for the first time)
● Wolfgang Digital
● AWA Digital
● Aer Lingus
There are a limited number of tickets available. ThinkBusiness readers can use the code BOI3XE and save 25% of the ticket price. Book here.