Making Connections at the IRCE 2012


Last week the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE 2012) was held in Chicago and attracted the largest number of attendees at more than 8,000 executives.  This show is the world’s largest e-commerce event where retailers gathered from around the world including the United States, Brazil, Australia, Europe and many more countries.

It was a 4-day event where top level e-retailing executives and their teams gathered to learn the latest practices and tools for connecting with the 21st Century consumer. They

focused on how social media, mobile commerce, e-marketing, web merchandizing improve back-end operations, boost conversions, generate revenue and much more.

This show created a great opportunity to connect with our current partners and customers. We closed new business and established solid, new relationships with

e-retailers that will benefit from Celebros e-Commerce site-search, merchandizing and conversion technologies (available in 7 languages).

Celebros had a big presence at the show with a newly designed 200 square foot booth to showcase our cutting-edge conversion technologies.  This is the first event that we were able to present the new ConversionProV8 suite of Conversion Technologies.  There was an overwhelming response not only from our partners and the attendees but also from our competition.  Conversion ProV8 suite of Conversion Technologies is the ultimate solution for action rich features which dramatically increases conversion rates while providing a boost to the overall shopping experience by 300 – 800% and improving the bottom line.

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