It’s been called the “Davos for logistics in e-commerce”, and Robotics and Automation News is very pleased to be an official media partner for the event.
Davos is, of course, the mountainous place in Switzerland where every year the world’s most powerful and influential leaders from politics, business and other sectors meet and discuss the future of the world.
Similarly, the e-logistics event Deliver gathers together global leaders from the world of logistics and e-commerce.
It’s certainly regarded as Europe’s premium conference about the future of logistics, where major technological developments revealed.
The third edition of the Deliver elite series takes place on 5th and 6th of June 2018 in London at Twickenham Stadium, home of the England rugby team.
After two successful editions in Luxembourg and Berlin, Deliver pursues its fast growth with 800 high-level delegates, including 500 decision makers in retail, 150 logistics vendors, 50 journalists, 50 associations as well as 50 speakers and disruptive tech startups.
Deliver gathers an international League of Leaders belonging to the most iconic retailers from 50 countries, 87 per cent of them being C-level executives or directors, and 72 per cent of them coming from companies above €50 million in sales.
The thousands of one-to-one meetings taking place between the selected leaders represent the largest powerhouse in e-Logistics ever gathered.
As an innovation hub in retail and logistics, Deliver focuses this year on retail automation through its keynotes and showcased startups.
Specifically, it will look more closely at:
- automatization in logistics and delivery;
- new retail concepts around self-checkout; and
- the latest investments trends by venture capitalists.
By compensating all its CO2 emissions through a reforestation program in Amazonia, Deliver is carbon neutral.
This edition will also be the opportunity to take stock of the progress of www.DeliverinEurope.eu, the European e-Logistics listing co-funded by the EU and inaugurated at previous Deliver edition by Commissioner Maros Sefcovic and MEP Karima Delli.