June 27, 2017
Before MagentoLive UK kicks off today, we wanted to offer a few tips to help you get the most out of the event. We’re excited to welcome so many Magento clients, partners and developers to London for two days of great sessions, networking, and collaboration. There’s still time to register on site, at the event!
One of our favorite things about MagentoLive events is the opportunity make meaningful connections across our community. We’ve carved out time for networking lunches and catered breaks between sessions which are perfect opportunities to meet old friends and make new ones, and over 100 of our partners and sponsors who work within in the EMEA region will be available in our marketplace to answer just about any question you might have about modern commerce. It’s the perfect time to take advantage of having everyone in one place.
Share on Social Media
In addition to making in-person connections, don’t forget to share your experiences on social media throughout the conference. We see a big uptick in our social media traffic around every event, so sharing your experience on social media is a great way to get involved with our community. When tweeting, be sure to use #MLUK17.
3 Migration Sessions
As merchants look to upgrade to our next generation platform, we have three sessions offering practical tips on making the move as well as technical and business considerations that should be taken into account. Be sure to check them out:
Understanding the Total Cost to Upgrade on Magento – Tuesday, June 27, 12:30 – 13:45
Craig Peasley, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Magento Commerce
Alex Barbier, Director of Digital Marketing, Oliver Sweeney
Moeed Ahmed, Deputy Manager - Digital Business, Sana Safinaz
Managing Your Magento Migration Expectations – Tuesday, June 27, 15:30 – 16:00
Brent Peterson Chief Magento Evangelist, Wagento
Reflections on Upgrading From Magento 1 to Magento 2: A Merchant Panel Discussion – Wednesday, June 28, 11:30 – 12:00
Shannon Hane, Product Marketing Director, Magento Commerce
Stephen King, Head of Technology, Kurt Geiger
Mark Purdy, Global Head of Digital, Tom Dixon