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Fulfilment & e.logistics and m.logistics magazines bought by InternetRetailing Media

by on April 17, 2015

InternetRetailing Media has bought two specialist logistics magazines to boost a publishing portfolio that focuses on multichannel retailing and related industries.


Events : UK Top 500 Multichannel Retailers at the UK’s biggest multichannel trade event

by on August 5, 2014


All about the logistical challenges faced by retailers selling through online marketplaces / IRX 2014

by on February 5, 2014

The Operations and Logistics Conference at IRX 2014 takes place on Thursday March 27, from 10.30am to 3pm.

It is one of six conferences that form part of IRX 2014, which runs at the NEC in Birmingham on March 26 and 27. Find out about the other conferences and other highlights of the event at

The logistical challenges faced by retailers selling through online marketplaces is the subject for an interview with Louis Agabani, co-founder of MyHigh.St at 11.10am. In 'How can retail and online marketplaces collaborate efficiently from an operations and logistics perspective?' Agabani will tackle questions such as what are the key operational factors for retailers to focus on when trading through online marketplaces, what the pitfalls are, and where the opportunities lie.


IRX 2013 / 13 for 13 / Leaders and practitioners debate how to formulate 13 predictions into current strategies

by on February 25, 2013

Leading figures from the industry have already announced their predictions for 2013 multichannel retailing - here's your chance to hear them.

A unique panel session at IRX 2013, chaired by Internet Retailing Editor-in-Chief, Ian Jindal, will bring together these leaders and practitioners to debate how to formulate 13 predictions into your current strategy and where last year’s predictions succeeded or failed. [more…]

Social Local Mobile – SoLoMo comes to life at IRX 2013

by on February 23, 2013

IRX 2013 : SoLoMo is a current acronym for 'Social Local Mobile', reflecting the maturity of mobile from a technology and device into a full part of the customer's expectation and experience.

"Social" is important since not only do people speak to other people via their mobile phones, but the use of social media is far greater via mobile devices than via the desktop. "Local" reflects the 'grounding' of the mobile experience in current or chosen locale (via maps, GPS and directories) while "mobile" reflects the everywhere, anytime aspect of customer experience. [more…]