Wednesday, March 10th | 2 PM ET

2021 Ecommerce Trends With Insights From Google:

10 Predictions for Moving Beyond the Unexpected

Ecommerce sales are projected to reach a record $843 billion this year, surpassing levels that weren’t expected until 2025 due to the pandemic. Due to the rapid acceleration, the future of marketing and advertising isn’t as crystal clear as it once was.

2021 will be about finding ways to reach wary consumers and filling your marketing toolbox with innovative strategies to stand out. Join us on March 10th at 2:00 PM ET for a joint webinar with Google that will tackle the 10 ecommerce predictions your brand needs to focus on this year.

Walk away with a deeper understanding of: 

  • How your brand can use behavioral targeting to earn trust in the midst of rapidly shifting consumer mindsets.
  • How to survive and thrive in a cookieless advertising future.
  • The latest innovations in AI, automation, & machine learning that are revolutionizing the way brands like yours do business.
  • Expert full-funnel advertising strategies on Google, Facebook, Amazon, & more in a post-pandemic world.

You’ll also have a chance to ask Google & ROI your most pressing questions during a live Q&A session. Claim your spot to uncover strategies & insights straight from Google & ROI that will propel your brand forward in 2021.

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Event Details

Date: March 10th, 2020

Time: 2:00 pm ET

Cost: Free!

Who Should Attend: This event is intended for brands and retailers with $10M+ in annual revenue. 

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NOTE: This event is intended specifically for brand, retail and ecommerce executives with $10M+ in annual revenue. ROI Revolution reviews and confirms registered attendees; we reserve the right to cancel any registration, including but not limited to registrants that cannot be verified as meeting the requirements above or that are competitors to ROI. All data collected during event registration will be shared with the Sponsor(s) of the event. When shared, this data is governed by the individual Sponsor’s privacy policy and may be used by the Sponsor for follow-up purposes.