Exabytes to hold annual e-commerce conference on June 27
By Digital News Asia May 14, 2019
- EEC 2019 carries the theme of Grow Global, Grow Fast
- The one-day event will offer presentations and workshops
EXABYTES Network Sdn Bhd on May 13 announced that its annual event of Exabytes eCommerce Conference (EEC) is scheduled to be held on Thursday, June 27 at Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Center (MaGIC) in Cyberjaya.
EEC 2019 carries the theme of Grow Global, Grow Fast and it focuses on four main areas – growing e-commerce business, e-commerce trends, marketing for e-commerce, and e-commerce automation. This year, EEC expects to attract at least 800 attendees of startups and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from various sectors not just from Malaysia but from around the world.
The one-day event will offer presentations and workshops by speakers from various industry backgrounds. There will be at least 20 exhibitors of organisations that will take part in this year’s EEC.
Registrations are now open online at www.exabytes.com/eec.
- Anna Lebereva, head of Growth Marketing, SEMrush;
- ZiKang, founder of Fitgear & Oxwhite;
- Lennise Ng, CEO of Dropee;
- Diego Olivier Fernandez Pons, scientific advisor, Tezos Southeast Asia;
- Roberto Cumaraswamy, CMO-on-Demand, robertocumaraswamy.com;
- Christopher Lowe, senior account manager, Insider;
- Xin-Ci, head of Marketing, StoreHub ; and,
- Nowrid Amin, digital marketing strategist of IQI Global.
More speakers will be announced from time to time.
Exabytes chief executive officer Chan Kee Siak said, “EEC is back for the sixth time and with a bigger goal to inspire startups and SMEs to grow their business beyond Malaysian borders. Since it started, EEC has been gaining momentum as a platform for startup entrepreneurs, C-level executives and other attendees to share, learn and network. We look forward to hosting them on June 27 in Cyberjaya.
“Thriving e-commerce presents opportunities. There is so much to learn about it so we’ve planned to cover a variety of topics such as analytics, big data, e-logistics and mobile payment technologies. We are currently offering early-bird promo tickets and those who are interested can purchase them online at www.exabtyes.com/eec,” Chan explained.
Started in 2014 with 100 attendees, EEC has grown to be a popular e-commerce event in Malaysia attracting participants from around the world. In 2019, EEC targets to more than double its attendees from 396 in 2018 to a minimum of 800 this year.