Industry leaders to discuss tips on enhancing virtual shopping experience in new normal

The panel will go live on 29 September at 11.30 am


NEW DELHI: It’s no new news that the impact of Covid2019 has been massive on digitisation and virtual properties. With people stuck at home, everything from studies to work, to shopping has moved online and this has given the e-commerce industry a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get new consumers on board and hook them to their apps and websites.  

To discuss how the e-commerce industry is dealing with the overwhelming growth and interest in their business from all stakeholders, what are the best practices they are incorporating, how are they modifying their sales strategies, and how are they working to enhance customer experience, an excellent panel of industry experts will be getting live on Indiantelevision.com on Tuesday morning at 11:30 am, in a virtual roundtable discussion on “Enhancing the Virtual shopping experience in the New Normal” with our founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief Anil Wanvari.  

The roundtable is organised by AnimationXpress.com in association with Autodesk.

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The speakers for the roundtable are: Jio VP - advertising and innovations Mohit Kapoor; Future Group group CMO (marketing, digital, and e-commerce) Pawan Sarda; CarDekho, Gaadi & Zigwheels CMO Gaurav Mehta; Vedant Fashions (Manyavar) head - global e-commerce Prateek Kumar; mirrAR byStyleDotMe co-founder and CEO Meghna Saraogi; Prorigo Software (Jewelfie) founder-CEO Surendra Karandikar, and Autodesk India sr.technical sales specialist, M&E Samit Shetty.  

The webinar will be simulcast live on our website and social media handles on Tuesday, 29 September, 11.30 am.  

You can register here.

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