Xperience E-Commerce Brands

AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, has secured representatives from six brands and developed nearly 20 general and workshop sessions for E-Commerce Xperience, the comprehensive conference on eCommerce for the packaging industry, to be held February 18- February 20, 2020, at the Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel in Irving, TX.

“AICC’s Education Committee, chaired by Jana Harris, Harris Packaging selected eCommerce as the theme for this year’s Xperience. We created an agenda packed with the information our members need to have make an impact with their customers.  Additionally, several brand owners will be participating and giving you real life case studies on their success and challenges in the eCommerce sector. Attendees will walk away invigorated and challenged to make a mark in the eCommerce world with their customers,” said Taryn Pyle, AICC director of education and leadership development.

AICC is working with eCommerce experts and packaging manufacturers, as well as brand managers to deliver a series of interactive workshops and general sessions to help e-commerce packaging manufacturers and those looking to enter the market gain an in-depth understanding of the brands perspective, designing for eCommerce, and leverage what you have to grow your e-commerce business.

E-Commerce Xperience will immerse attendees in the value, design, and process of e-commerce packaging and offer the knowledge needed to succeed in their own e-commerce experience and strategy. AICC is working with coveted eCommerce brands, successful eCommerce packaging manufacturers, world-class speakers and eCommerce experts to deliver a series of interactive workshops and general sessions to help participants find if, why, and how they can be part of the growth of eCommerce.

Nearly 20 sessions will inform participants of all aspects of eCommerce, including:

  • How to impress an eCommerce brand;
  • How to design for eTail rather than retail;
  • The pros and cons of eCommerce packaging from boxmakers;
  • What Amazon wants; and
  • How to create an eCommerce strategy.

For more information,visit www.aiccbox.org/ecommerce.

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