IRX 2013 call for papers from retail industry shakers & movers

Rating: Mobile is, of course, currently the key area for retailers

Internet Retailing, which organises the Internet Retailing Expo (IRX) 2013, has issued a Call For Papers – offering a platform to retail industry leaders who want to share their innovative solutions that will change strategy for retailers. As we all know here at GoMobile News, mobile is now the key area for retailers. IRX claims to be the UK’s leading B2B exhibition for online and multi-channel retailers and the event is due to take place next year on March 20th-21st 2013 at the NEC in Birmingham, England. However, the deadline for papers is actually 14th December 2012, so you haven’t got much time. Additionally, GoMobile News strongly suspects the organisers are still looking for good speakers.

IRX 2013, should pull in some 150 key suppliers in the retail sector and hopes to attract over 5000 delegates from Europe’s leading retailers. On the mobile side there is a segment on ‘SoLoMo’.

SoLoMo [social-local-mobile] aims to reveal to retailers how they can take advantage of mobile location technology.

Also at the show is IRIS: (Internet Retailing In-Store) which will demonstrate the opportunities in the digital store renaissance coming to the High Street and new approaches to selling in an ecommerce age.

“IRIS brings together the many of the technologies at IRX into one experience to give the retail sector a unique opportunity to tie together their bricks and clicks channels,” claimed Ian Jindal, editor-in-chief with Internet Retailing.

You can register your interest in speaking at IRX by emailing

Free registration Available from here.

About Hans Cett

Hans Cett is an established freelance author and consultant specialising in the mobile communications industry. He also writes for Countdown2MWC -
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