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Tech has upended the shopping experience in 2016. We buy groceries from digital shops, pay for our clothes via an app from a store’s dressing room, and will soon visit virtual reality rooms to find the perfect product.
The retail industry has gone through an extraordinary transformation in the past decade, with e-retailers now generating a third of sales in the United States. Join us at Jet’s HQ office for a panel discussion on the future of shopping with leading e-commerce experts.
Thursday, Sept 15, 2016
6:30 – 9:00 PM
221 River Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Doors open at 6:30 PM, make sure to arrive early to guarantee entrance and you must be 21 or older to attend.
Bradford Shellhammer, Head of Curation and Merchandising, eBay
Bradford is one of Fast Company’s ‘100 Most Creative People in Business,’ was coined the ‘King of Quirk’ by Forbes Magazine, and has won three Webby awards. Prior to eBay, he was the founder of Fab and Bezar, was the founding editor of Queerty, and served as the Chief Design Officer at Backcountry.
Chris Maliwat, former Head of Product Management, Warby Parker
Prior to Warby Parker, Chris led commerce and retail partnerships for the Strategic Partnership Development group at Facebook. He also served as VP of Product Management for Gilt Groupe and had senior roles at Netflix and eBay. Chris is currently on the product team at Hillary Clinton for America and the Board of Directors for Out in Tech.
Liza Landsman, Chief Customer Officer, Jet
Liza is responsible for driving growth by engaging potential members through marketing, advertising, smart use of data and ensuring Jet’s end-to-end customer experience is compelling. Prior to joining Jet, she was Chief Marketing Officer at E*TRADE Financial and, before that, Global Head of Digital at BlackRock.
Shelly Banjo, Consumer and Retail Columnist, Bloomberg Gadfly
Shelly Banjo is a seasoned business news reporter, speaks Spanish and Hebrew, and has written stories from five continents. She got her training over eight years at The Wall Street Journal and cut her digital teeth at Quartz. Now, she writes about and making charts on retail and consumer news for Bloomberg Gadfly, the new fast commentary site.