MoreVisibility to Exhibit at Upcoming 2014 IRCE Focus Shows
MoreVisibility is proudly presenting at both IRCE’s February Web Design & Mobile Commerce show and the new May B2B Marketing show
For many years MoreVisibility has been a frequent speaker at and contributor to Internet Retailer’s in-person events and written publications. As an expansion of this long-term relationship, MoreVisibility announces its exhibition at two upcoming IRCE Focus 2014 shows.
The Internet Retailer Focus Web Design & Mobile Commerce conference takes place in Orlando, Florida, from February 10-12, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency. MoreVisibility will be exhibiting in booth #305 and looks forward to meeting attendees concentrated on the critical topics of design and mobility – especially as they relate to developing solid strategies for SEO and user experience, as well as leveraging web intelligence and analytics data. In addition to the interaction and dialogue that will take place at the conference, members of MoreVisibility’s executive team will be providing individual 30-minute consultations on February 10 and 11 to attendees who register.
The new Internet Retailer Focus B2B Marketers’ show is an exciting first that will concentrate solely on business-to-business etailers, an often under-serviced sector of the ecommerce world. The show will take place in New York, New York, from May 18-20, 2014 at the Jacob K. Javits Center. MoreVisibility will be exhibiting in booth #212. The agency’s vast experience working with B2B ecommerce websites, is sure to lend value to those in attendance. MoreVisibility will be offering consultation for the length of the show.
With over 14 years’ experience working with both B2B and B2C clients across diverse industries, MoreVisibility is excited to partner with IRCE Focus on these two unique shows, which highlight significant areas – design, mobile, B2B, of online marketing. The participating MoreVisibility staff will be available to provide those attending with feedback and insights on best practices for SEO, analytics and big data, user experience, and more.