Submit your presentation proposal for E-commerce Berlin Expo stage.
Deadline for Submissions: October 29, 2017, EOD !

Submit your presentation!

Once the submissions have been closed, the Internet Users will vote online to choose the presentations that will be included in the E-commerce Berlin agenda.

Call for Papers Schedule

1st September - 29th October 2017 → Submission of the presentation proposals

2nd November - 19th November 2017 → Online voting

Until 21th November 2017 → Call For Papers winners’ announcement

Terms and Conditions of Participation in the Call for Papers Contest

  • There are 8 main categories – the presentation that receives the highest number of votes in a given category will be accepted to the Agenda;
  • The results of the Call for Papers are dependent upon the votes of the online users – each user has 8 votes to cast, one per each category;
  • To cast a vote, a user has to have a Facebook account;
  • Once the Call for Papers submissions have been closed, the organisers can cancel down a given category or / and create a new one if the number or quality of the presentation submissions requires any of these actions;
  • Each company can submit only one presentation proposal in a given category;
  • Each company can give the maximum of one presentation – if a company wins in more than one category, it has to pick one presentation to deliver. The decision has to be made within a deadline set by the organisers. In this event, in the other category, another company with the second highest number of votes becomes the winner;
  • Submissions can be edited until the deadline, i.e. until the 29th October, 11:59 PM
  • By submitting the presentation, the applicant accepts that in the event of winning the Call For Papers contest, they will have to sign a relevant agreement with the organisers to be able to give the presentation;
  • Participation in the Call for Papers and delivering a presentation are FREE OF CHARGE

SearchBrothers.com

Google Manual Penalties Explained by ex-Googler Kaspar Szymanski

Former senior Google Search Quality team member Kaspar Szymanski explains all Google penalties, their impact on your website and how to deal with them swiftly and successfully. The presentation is followed by an open Q&A with and for the audience. Any Google Search and SEO audience questions are answered live! Key Take-Aways: What types of penalties exist? How do they impact my website? How to successfully remove any penalty?

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Billbee

Game of Channels / Amazon is here!?

Although more and more marketplaces pop up, Amazon seems to be unstoppable (as the "white walkers" in GoT). Looking at shop systems it's more like Stark, Lannister and Targaryen, nobody really rocks them all. In this presentation I will do a quick recap on all relevant marketplaces and shop systems out there and show some good insights and numbers about them (based on data of more then 10k multichannel retailers which use our platform).

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Performics (Noblego Online Shop)

Die Zukunft von SEO im E-Commerce – Eine Case Study vom Zigarren-Shop Noblego

In der stark regulierten Zigarrenindustrie sind nahezu alle Online Marketing Aktivitäten ausgeschlossen – umso wichtiger ist es, mit der richtigen Strategie die organische Sichtbarkeit der eigenen Seite zu erhöhen. Mit Noblego haben wir von Anfang an auf hochwertige Inhalte gesetzt – die Grundlage für alle Aktivitäten. In diesem Vortrag erfahren Sie, wie Sie auch mit Ihrem Shop für die Zukunft gut aufgestellt sind.

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Akeneo

Ability to Use: Wie man Mitarbeitern und Geschäftseinheiten ein PIM schmackhaft macht.

Warum die Ability to Use das wichtigste Kriterium bei der Systemauswahl ist: Häufig ist zu beobachten, dass bei der Systemauswahl über das Thema Usability, oder besser: Ability to Use, so gut wie gar nicht gesprochen wird. Dabei ist die Ability to Use DIE entscheidende Qualität, die ein gutes von einem sehr guten Software-Produkt unterscheidet. Warum sollte sich ein Mitarbeiter von einer Software begeistern lassen, wenn die Software ihn nicht begeistert?

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Yandex.Money

E-commerce landscape in Russia

What's happening in e-commerce in Russia? (by Yandex.Money, Russia's leading online payment tool) - market size - preferred payment methods - what do people buy online? - where do they shop? - industry potential

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SEMrush

Growth hacking: Market intelligence for new business

Achieving immediate goals in highly competitive markets where some of the players have the advantage of having huge budgets is hard and risky. In this session, I´ll expose how to compete with rivals, even on a small budget and go through some of best Growth Hacking technics used by fast-growing companies to outperform competition.

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Addressy

New Study: How much does dirty data cost your business?

This presentation will highlight key findings from a new study from Addressy and Octopus Group which reveals the impact data quality can have on the retail industry. Preliminary results show how a staggering 48% of online shoppers have experienced address-related issues in the past, and 3 in 5 consumers have experienced late or failed deliveries due to inaccurate data.

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Spreadshirt

Why saying NO is an essential skill in optimizing your conversion rate. Subtitle: How never ending sales requests can almost kill your product.

Saying “NO” is an essential skill of every product owner and should be practiced. Spreadshirt learned this while replacing its partner shop system. During the presentation we want to show why we reduced the set of features from the old to the new version by ~50% while increasing the CVR on mobile and desktop by 25%. We want to talk about why saying NO saves your product and give advice on how to optimize your current product by doing less with our “Kill a feature every week” approach.

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Stilnest

People are the next brands.

Influencer marketing is probably the fastest spreading buzzword in marketing today. Indeed, it represents the hope of a whole industry to finally construct a meaningful brand relationship with its customers by nurturing our — the millennial’s — never-ending search for authenticity. However, the spearhead of “cool”, the influencer, is already two steps ahead of the brands that spend dramatically increasing budgets for a ticket into the cool kids club. Read more below the link.

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Otto Group

Blockchain for E-Commerce- everything retailers could do and what they really should do

You heard it all before: blockchain was THE hype in 2016. Potentially disrupting every industry and letting heartbeats skip at boards and management circles. Now let me show you Use Cases we developped in the Otto Group, including everything retailers could do and what they really should do.

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Luca Senatore - "E-commerce Services" Winner 2017

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