5 November, Sofia Event Center
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The event

The year 2020 turns out to be challenging for the whole world and the retail sector is not an exception.  What will be the “new normal”? Can we expect a long-term e-commerce shift? How to reconnect and communicate with our customers and adapt to their new tastes and expectations? Can we use this crisis to gain loyal clients and discover new business models? How to optimise and reinvent the supply chain? What lessons can we learn? How the use of technologies can be beneficial not only in crisis situations?

Capital is organizing the Ecommerce and Retail Summit, carrying the tradition of the previous successful formats of the Retail in Detail and the Strategies for Ecommerce Success conferences . We are following our mission to share quality content for the business community and create space for exchanging ideas and peer to peer networking. 

The subtitle “Restart, Reconnect, Rechain” shows the main focus of the event on how the retail sector needs to adapt and change not only to face the new realities but to go up to the next level.  

TOPICS
- How to thrive – not just survive – in a post-pandemic  world
- Ecommerce and Physical stores -  what are the expected long-term shifts in the market shares
- Consumers preferences and shopping habits. What has changed and is there a space for new brand loyalty and ethical retailing
- Reinventing the supply chain.
- New marketing strategies: Low-risk, revenue-boosting campaigns to maintain and gain market share
- Big data: The importance of collecting data for strategic planning in the new realities
- How retail technologies emerged and boosted from the crisis  
- Online payments and security issues
- How to react to the expected delayed rebound of traffic in reopened stores and the changes to store operating models and procedures

WHEN AND WHERE
5th November 2020
Sofia Event Center

REGISTRATION
Earlybird registration till 30th of September 2020, 160 BGN excl. VAT
Registration till 29th of October 2020, 200 BGN excl. VAT
Late registration after 29th of October 2020, 240 BGN excl. VAT

Speakers

  • Prof. Jorij Abraham

    Prof. Jorij Abraham Managing Director Ecommerce Foundation

    Jorij Abraham has been part of the international eCommerce community since 1997. He has been manager e-commerce at Bijenkorf (an upmarket department store chain), TUI (Europe’s largest travel organization), online publisher at Sanoma Media (the largest media company in the Benelux) and Director of Consulting at Unic (an Europe wide e-commerce strategy & implementation firm). In parallel to these activities he (fellow) founded two companies, eVentures Europe and vZine. From 2013 & 2017 he has been Director of Research & Advise at Thuiswinkel.org (the Dutch Ecommerce Association) and Ecommerce Europe (the European Ecommerce Association with 25.000+ members in 20 countries). He now is Managing Director of the Ecommerce Foundation, whose mission is to foster global digital trade. He is also e-commerce professor at the University of Applied Sciences, TIO.
  • Chryssa Asmatzi

    Chryssa Asmatzi Category Management Leader East Europe at Nielsen

    Chryssa Asmatzi is currently Nielsen’s Category Management Leader and Regional Trainer for Eastern Europe, delivering a series of training workshops with an integrated perspective that combines manufacturing, retail, e-commerce and analytics . She has more than 25 years of experience in Retail, with expertise in all facets of marketing, branding, communications, business development, E-commerce and Financial Services, 7 of which in Category Management for key retailers in Greece, i.e. Carrefour Marinopoulos, Makro Cash & Carry, etc. She has served as CEO in Carrefour Credit, E-commerce and Digital Marketing Director for Bazaar S.A. Greece and Category Management and Marketing Director for Metro Cash & Carry Greece and the Mart Cash & Carry Greece. She is specialized in strategic planning and analysis, shopper marketing, customer insights, digital marketing and has a passion for e-business and innovative communications strategy development. Chryssa holds a BSc in Computer Information Systems, an MBA in International Finance (University of Stirling Scotland), a MSc in Digital Marketing (Digital Marketing Institute Ireland and CIM) and various Degrees in Business (ALBA and Metro AG House of Learning), Marketing (Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK) and Digital Marketing (Athens University)
  • Milena Dragijska

    Milena Dragijska CEO, Lidl Bulgaria

    Milena Dragijska is in charge of the management of Lidl Bulgaria since its establishment in 2007. She started her career at Lidl in 2002 as regional sales manager for the regions of Stuttgart and Karlsruhe. She continued her career in the Lild headquarter working in different international projects for Lidl International. She is a board member of the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
  • Stefan Chorbanov

    Stefan Chorbanov Founder, Stenik

    Stefan Chorbanov is the founder of the leading e-commerce company in Bulgaria - Stenik and is Certified Magento 2 Solution Specialist. He has participated in the development of dozens of online stores of large Bulgarian brands, and up to this day, besides managing Stenik, he works on projects to keep up with the new trends in online commerce.
  • Dimitar Dimitrov

    Dimitar Dimitrov Partner and e-commerce consultant, Stenik

    Dimitar Dimitrov is an e-commerce consultant and partner at Stenik, as well as he is Facebook Certified Media Buying Professional. He has advised dozens of major offline and online retailers on how to make their first steps in online commerce or how to improve it in order to be successful.
  • Svetlozar Dimitrov

    Svetlozar Dimitrov Managing partner, InOut Trade

    Svetlozar Dimitrov has over 10 years of experience in the sphere of sales and courier services.  In 2012 Mr. Dimitrov created InOut Trade – probably the only Bulgarian company that is specialized in providing courier and fulfillment services for online stores. Today the company is growing its activities under the new brand euShipments.com and provides its clients with courier road deliveries from and to 9 EU countries, as well as Pick, Pack and Ship services, or so called Fulfillment. InOut provides this service from 8 different fulfillment hubs in the EU and the number of countries to which they can perform the last-mile delivery has grown to above 15.

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