E-commerce in India is entering the next phase and the leaders in each vertical are now established to a certain extent. However, the industry is still in its early days and the players are figuring out the best way to do business. Profitability is still a big challenge, and most players are caught between revenue growth and maintaining profitability. Also, the flow of venture capital dollars has slowed down.
In this context, Techcircle.in is coming up with the 5th edition of its prestigious E-commerce Forum, to be held on February 27, 2013, at Hotel Taj President, Mumbai.
Listen to the founders of all top e-commerce firms in India including Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal of Flipkart, Kunal Bahl of Snapdeal and Mukesh Bansal of Myntra besides key industry personnel such as Muralikrishnan B, country manager at eBay India, and Nitin Bawankule, director (e-commerce, local & media) at Google India, as they share insights into scaling up, consolidation and emerging trends.
More eminent speakers and thought leaders will be joining as well.
The forum will discuss and debate key trends in Indian e-commerce, challenges in building sustainable businesses, changing consumer behaviour and buying patterns, consolidation, fundraising challenges, emerging consumption verticals, e-commerce ecosystem and services, opportunities/scope for diversification, state of customer acquisition today, marketplace versus inventory-led models, and efficient adoption of social media and mobile for faster penetration, among others.
Registration for the conference is open and the early bird discount will be over soon.
To block your seat today, write to Kanika/Sandeep at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0120-4171111.