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If you are curious about the latest and greatest trends in e-commerce then read on…

If you are interested in learning from some of the most successful directors in e-commerce today, experts from Kenneth Cole and Spencer Gifts, and another e-commerce mastermind that has helped the likes of Epson, L’Oreal, Victoria’s Secret, Dell, Disney, the NFL, Nike, ToysRUs, Under Armour, Yahoo! and Zagat (to name a few) then you must attend the Retail Online Integration’s Free Retail Roundtable Webinar sharing E-Commerce Tips, Tricks and Trends

Where: Online
When: Friday, November 19, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. ET/9:00 a.m. PT


What are the latest and greatest e-commerce trends happening right now? That question, along with many other e-commerce related questions, will be answered during this virtual informal discussion between mobile experts and retailers.

Join ROI magazine and sponsor Gomez as our speakers, Bernardine Wu, the CEO of FitForCommerce,  Jay Greenberg, Director of E-commerce at Spencer Gifts, and Tom Davis, Vice President of E-commerce for Kenneth Cole discuss:

* best practices for choosing an e-commerce provider
* when to upgrade your site (and when not to)
* best practices around launching a new site
* and so much MORE

In this live interactive webinar you will be able to listen to what they have to say, and even ask your own questions as part of the live Q&A session during this 45-minute session.

Here’s the ROI Magazine Free Webinar link to register, again – secure your seat today!

Can’t make it on November 19? No problem. All Retail Roundtable webinars are archived for 90 days after the live event. When you register you get access to this webinar on-demand, as well.

Women in Ecommerce™ scours the web for resources, advice and events of interest to our members and audience. This ecommerce webinar hosted by ROI magazine is sure to be a highly attended, information rich webinar, and best of all it’s free. Register today. Remember you will have access to the on-demand version in case you are unable to attend all or part of the event.