ZigZag will host the only talk on returns at Deliver 2020

ZigZag will host the only talk on returns at Deliver 2020

The world has moved online. Whether you’re in a work meeting, buying a new shirt, or even having drinks with your friends, there’s a strong chance you are using your home internet to do so. Deliver 2020 will be no different.

ZigZag Global will take “centre screen” at this year’s virtual Deliver 2020 conference on 8th October. Al Gerrie, the Co-Founder and CEO of ZigZag, will provide the event’s only returns discussion as part of a Rapid-Fire Debate that will explore how to get the most out of your post-purchase experience. As an expert within this field, Al will walk retailers through how to reduce the cost, friction, and waste associated with returns, building customer loyalty and satisfaction in the process.

eCommerce is booming. Whether through preference or necessity, consumers have broken the barriers previously preventing them from shopping online and realised the vast benefits available. Understanding how to handle rising return volumes as consumers shift online will prove vital for retailers keen on establishing themselves as a market-leading e-tailer. So, who better to deliver you with the expert insight than an award-winning returns solution in the shape of ZigZag?

Adidas, ASOS, Coca-Cola, H&M, Next, Nike, and Under Armour fill a 600-strong webinar watch list of retail and logistics decision-makers. Accompanying ZigZag on a content-rich agenda will be the eCommerce Director of Moschino, Senior Director of Strategy & Marketplace Insights Europe of Levi Strauss & Co., and Jarkko Havas of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Don’t miss out!

The event is invite only but if you are a retailer and interested in watching the session, please get in touch with us via this form for information on how to sign up >>

Join us online on the 8th & 9th October, with ZigZag speaking at 2pm on the first day!

Al Gerrie Speaking at Retail Without Borders ZigZag

Al Gerrie, Co-Founder and CEO of ZigZag speaking at Retail Without Borders earlier this year, shortly before lockdown.