14th Jun 2017

Awin brings together their annual series of vertical events to present, ‘The Science behind Ecommerce’ a one-day affiliate marketing conference debating the science and theory of online marketing, user experience, and website conversion at the iconic venue, The Science Museum.

This event will be attended by leading advertisers, publishers and technology companies in the impressive IMAX Cinema for a day of educational discussions and debates. To compliment a full day of learnings, guests will be treated to a series of networking events, including the opportunity to meet leading brands located in a brand showcase, a delicious buffet lunch and an evening drinks reception to continue a day of networking in an exclusive environment. To be a part of this exciting new event, register for a ticket today.*

The Science Museum

Exhibition Rd, Kensington,
London
SW7 7DD

0870 870 4868

Agenda

NameDescription
08.30-09.30Breakfast and Registration
09.30-10.00Keynote by Nathalie Nahai
10.00-10.15Welcome by Awin
10.15-10.45Meet the tech: Putting customer experience first
10.45-11.15Coffee and networking
11.30-12.15The Data Revolution is Here: Rethinking your Fashion Programme
12.30-13.00Future Gazing in the Affiliate Industry: Travel 2020
13.00-14.30Lunch and networking
14.30-15.00When Global met Local – A Guide to Internationalisation
15.15-15.45Consumer Behaviour in a Telco World
15.45-16.15Coffee and networking
16.15 - 16.45Closing Keynote
17.00Networking Drinks

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Keynote speaker Nathalie Nahai is a web psychologist, international speaker and author of the best-selling book, Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion (Pearson). The foremost expert in web psychology, Nathalie helps businesses apply scientific rigour to their website design, content marketing and products. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies, design agencies and SMEs, including Google, eBay, Unilever and Harvard Business Review, to name a few. Nathalie lectures internationally on the digital application of behavioural sciences, co-hosts the Guardian’s Tech Weekly podcast, and contributes to national publications, TV and radio on the subject of online behaviour.

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