Key trends and technologies in eCommerce, Online Marketing, Hosting and Cloud Computing, Social Media, Mobile and Digtal Signage will all be part of the upcoming second eshow São Paulo, the second edition of the largest fair in the sector, being held at the Transamerica Expo Center, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Scheduled for June 19 and 20, the event will attract national and international participants, including shopkeepers, online retailers, advertisers and other professionals. In all, more than 110 exhibitors, 200 speakers and 100 seminars are planned. A Digital Signage Area will be part of the show.
The fair will be divided into two main environments. The first is the Conference, which will feature big names such as: Gérman Quiroga, CEO of New PontoCom; Flávio Dias, vice- president of Walmart Brazil; William Assumption, senior account executive of LinkedIn, among others, to discuss the future of retail. The other part is the exposition of large brands and technology providers, such as: Ad Dialect, Braspag, Post, Streamline, Extra.com, Powerball, NeoAssist, Precifica, Rakuten, Total, TrustSign, among others.
The eshow São Paulo 2013 will also include several parallel activities such as Words App, which will be a meeting point for application developers, and SEO and Social 2013 mini conferences to deepen the themes. In addition, there will be special forums for Digital Advertising, Affiliate, Collective Purchasing, Maintenance Payments and Online Retail, where the most outstanding players in each area will objectively analyze the situation of each sector.
Special this year will be the Digital Signage Area, a meeting point for business and networking among manufacturers, solution providers and installers, major advertisers and companies from different fields who wish to implement digital signage solutions.
Among several other features will be the Doctor Web space where big names in e-commerce will be available to analyze participants’ stores and give tips; StartUp Day, where some pre-selected startups will present to a group of investors and may receive up to US$1 million to develop the project; and not surprisingly, there will be eAwards.