Glen Ridge, New Jersey – November 2, 2017 – Triumvirate Content Consultants (TCC) will be representing its clients at the eCom21 conference in Riga, Latvia on November 16th and 17th. eCom21 hosts recognized international companies and world famous experts who are developing East Europe’s most innovative online projects. In its continuing effort to identify and develop new audiences for its clients, Triumvirate is engaging with East Europe’s burgeoning online communities to uncover valuable content opportunities.
eCom21 is held in Riga for the sixth year in succession, with the support of Latvian bank Rietumu, which has a reputation of the regional leader in servicing all layers of the e-commerce industry. According to the organizers, the main goal is to maximize the forum for creating business relationships. “When preparing the program, we focused on inviting experts of the industry, those who have a strategic vision, but also remember how to actually build a company and who are ready to share their applied experience,” said the Executive Director of eCom21 Ilya Shevchenko.
The cross-cutting theme of the two-day forum is “E-Commerce HD²: Homo Digitalis in High Definition”. The organizers are convinced that an understanding of the needs and wishes of the specific individual, an ability to adapt to them and offer exactly what they need, like and find useful is the key to success for e-commerce of the future. This is where new technologies help us, allowing us to see each individual customer in high resolution
“At the core of understanding the individual is content,” said Paul Gerbino, CEO of Triumvirate Content Consultants. “Our clients have the world’s best business content ranging from finance to agriculture. We can supplement any business with information that can be used for research or marketing. East Europe is virtually untouched by American business content. We’ve been in Western Europe for 3 years, and we just launched in Asia. East Europe is the logical next frontier for our clients.”
In the opinion of Shevchenko, the speech of CEO of Retail Rocket Nikolay Khlebinsky, devoted to trade recommendation personalisation systems, is exemplary of the entire conference. He will consider the tactics and instruments of big data analysis for online retail business, which are used in his service, in detail. It is also an interesting fact that, being a Russian product, Retail Rocket is actively developing in Europe, thus it has succeeded in adapting its service to the conditions and the competent landscapes of different countries.
“Furthermore, the well thought over organization of each day, when guests can communicate with each other, meet experts in person, as well as potential partners, has become the main visiting card for many of our regular participants. And it is one of the chief incentives for making an entry in one’s day planner, that in mid-November, one has to be in Riga at eCom21,” said Shevchenko.
This year about 600 participants are expected to arrive to the Riga forum and a good half of them will, as always, arrive from Eastern Europe.
Further information on the programme of eCom21 is available on the website of the conference ecom21.com. One can register for participation in the forum here.
eCom21 is the largest international conference in the field of e-commerce in the Baltic states. It is held annually under the patronage of Rietumu Bank. It is regularly visited by hundreds of participants from the Baltic states, Central, Eastern and Western Europe, CIS countries, Asia and other regions of the world. Every year organisers of the conference invite heads of internationally recognised companies, e-commerce experts and business sharks. Rietumu eCom21 is a platform for discussions on topical issues of e-commerce and an opportunity to establish useful business ties. It is precisely this practical approach that is the visiting card of the conference.
The chief partner of the eCom21 conference this year is the international processing company DECTA. It provides a high-tech service for internet acquiring, processing and issuing of payment cards. It works with banks, payment service providers and corporate clients all over the world. The basic principle of the business philosophy of DECTA is an individual approach to the needs of every client and offer of the best solutions, which are continuously being improved in accordance with changes in the global payment industry.