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How European Startups are changing the face of Ecommerce

A session at Digital Shoreditch Festival 2012

Monday 28th May, 2012

2:30pm to 3:00pm (GMT)

Can be a stand alone or panel. Would love to discuss how the rise of social discovery tools coupled with subscription models and personalization of ecommerce sites are changing how we discover and purchase items online. From crowd sourcing, to social discovery, gaming, quizes, and subscription services, ecommerce firms across europe are changing the way we discover, interact and purchase items online. Stylist Pick, Graze and Rise Art are some examples of European ecommerce businesses which enable people to discover new products through social discovery, and trial new products and services in a low cost subscription model that encourages sampling of new products or services. I'd be happy to introduce Rise Art and how we are helping people discover, connect with and purchase artwork directly from talented rising artists in a risk-free environment. I'd also be happy to organize a panel with other founders of innovative ecommerce businesses including those listed above. See video below for an introduction to Riseart.com

Questions answered :
1. How subscription businesses are building competitive businesses in crowded spaces. 2. How social discovery and social commerce are changing buyer behaviour online 3. What new models companies are using to build sustainable e-commerce businesses

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Scott Phillips

Founder, Rise Art

Founder of Rise Art

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When

Time 2:30pm3:00pm GMT

Date Mon 28th May 2012

Session types

Talk, Start up, Intermediate

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Official event site

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