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E-Commerce IRL: Join us for Headless Commerce Summit 2022!
The future of e-commerce is headless. And the future of Headless Commerce Summit is…. Hybrid!
After two years of hosting Headless Commerce Summit virtually, we’re bringing one of our most popular events to London. Not able to make it IRL? Don’t worry, we’re still planning to livestream the event to a screen near you :)
Join us for Headless Commerce Summit 2022: a two day hybrid event in London on May 23 and 24, 2022.
Who’s this event for?
If you’re helping build the future of e-commerce, or using these tools to build a best-in-class shopping experience, this event’s for you. This includes digital marketing leaders, individual technologists, and digital agencies, and more.
In short: if you’re working to build performant e-commerce experiences with a decoupled approach, you’ll find your people at Headless Commerce Summit.
What can I expect to learn?
This year’s agenda takes a deep dive into the ever-growing headless commerce ecosystem. You’ll leave with a better understanding of what’s new in headless commerce, what functionality teams are building vs. what they’re buying, and get tactical advice.
Talks will cover the strategic business case for going headless, and what some companies have seen in their experience. Our speakers come from all kinds of e-commerce backgrounds, including:
- Digital native D2C retail
- Subscription services
- Traditional brick-and-mortar retail companies who went headless
While each company speaking at Headless Commerce Summit will bring unique challenges and experiences to the table, they’ll also talk about shared key metrics that matter to anyone in the field, like how their headless approach has improved Core Web Vitals, conversions, and time to market.
For a better sense of the kinds of content you’ll hear, check out our wrap-up of talks from last year’s Headless Commerce Summit, or watch the videos for free.
And remember, this is a hybrid event. We’d love to see you in London, but if you can’t make it, you can still sign up to see all the talks virtually (for free).