After the last DigiBix and Digital Garden Party in February, we're busy planning in our next events - here's what we're up to.


Digital Garden Party

It'll be 3 years in May since we ran the first Digital Garden Party in Chester. This event is a chance for people who work in digital to have a chat over a drink and share contacts, ideas and maybe the odd project or two. 

The next event is on Thursday 22nd June, from 6.30pm until around 8.30pm at the wonderful, if not slightly bonkers, Oddfellows in the centre of Chester.

As with previous events, there will be a debate - we will share details of the topic and the speakers nearer the time, it's bound to be a good one!

If you can't make the next event but would like to be kept in the loop with future Digital Garden Parties then email Sarah and she’ll let you know when future ones are. She'd also love to hear if you'd like to take part in the debate!


DigiBix

DigiBix is our invite-only, brands-only, breakfast event for ecommerce professionals. It takes place at the Soho Hotel in London and each event has a couple of speakers discussing a topic relevant to the world of retail.

Previous themes have included:

  • Social & Shopping Behaviour
  • Preparing For The Peak
  • Creating Customers Experiences Online
  • Mobile Ecommerce
  • Customer Retention & Growth
  • The Future of Ecommerce
  • User Experience
  • International Ecommerce
  • The Omni Channel Experience
  • Content & Commerce

We're very grateful to our speakers at previous events, from the likes of Tesco, Booker Group PLC, Bluebella, BBC Worldwide, Missguided, Moss Bros, Whistles, John Lewis and New Look, to name just a few.

Previously we have run the DigiBix events every 3 months but we appreciate how busy everyone is so have therefore decided to do 2 events each year, in February and September. The date for the next event will be confirmed shortly - keep an eye on the website for further info. And if there's a topic you'd like to see discussed, or you'd like to speak at a future event drop Sarah a line - she'd love to hear from you.

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