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BORN & Magento To Speak As Subject Matter Experts For Econsultancy Roundtable


2 years ago

By Ramesh Patel

BORN is honored to be speaking alongside Magento as ecommerce subject matter experts (SMEs) at the upcoming Econsultancy roundtable “The Future of Ecommerce: Engaging Today’s Channel-less Customer.”

The roundtable is a traveling series that explores how to best capture and maintain customers using advanced omnichannel strategies. The content will have a specific focus on conversion optimization and experience-driven commerce, leveraging the combined expertise of all SMEs to explore groundbreaking methods of brand to customer interaction.

Prakash Gurumoorthy, Partner & Managing Director, APJ, and Mark Allardice, Chief Creative Officer, will be BORN’s SMEs, participating first at the roundtable in Bangkok, Thailand, on July 10th, followed by the roundtable in Mumbai, India, on July 12th.

In Bangkok they will be joined by keynote speaker Saseetharan V, VP of Digital Enterprise at Valiram, a luxury and lifestyle conglomerate with more than 150 brands and 250 store locations across Southeast Asia, where onboarding international brand initiatives in the digital space is among Sasee’s core responsibilities.

In Mumbai the keynote speaker will be Ashutosh Pandey, Chief Executive Officer of Mahindra First Choice Wheels, India’s number one multi-brand certified used car company with a network of 364 franchise outlets across 208 locations. Prior to his current role, Mr. Pandey was instrumental in the founding and scaling up of Tata CLiQ, where he developed a differentiated approach to ecommerce that privileged long term value creation and business sustainability.
BORN is a Global Elite Magento partner with a diverse portfolio of successful implementations on the platform for brands including Big Bus Tours, Tag Heuer, AB InBev and Pur.

Admission to the roundtables are by invitation or approved request only. For more information or to request a seat please click here for Bangkok and here for Mumbai.


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