Event Date: 4:30pm, 13th October 2021
Ticket Price: €10
Many food businesses set up an online shop in 2020, and others were in the online selling space previously . The consumer was well motivated during this early period to seek out new food offers online and sales were typically good for most. Now, as the wider market opens up and distractions abound for consumers its time to look at the tools to ensure your online food shop remains buoyant, and that you understand the array of simple but effective ways of operating. If growing your online food sales is part of your strategy this short online session is for you.
Understanding your First-Party data : How it can maintain and grow your online business.
Why First-Party data must be at the core to drive revenue and customer experience. How other eCommerce brands collect and unify First-Party data. Xtremepush https://xtremepush.com/about-us/ is a global Multi-Channel Experience and Engagement Marketing Platform. They enable hundreds of leading enterprise brands to drive engagement and increase revenue
Case Study: How Dublin Meat Company Cracked The Online Food Shopping Formula
Owner Brian O Leary will share his staggering journey to creating one of Irelands largest online food shops in the meat sector. He has kept to a simple formula over the years which has helped build customer loyalty, and more importantly exceptional sales. (https://www.dublinmeatcompany.com/)
Case Study: Seamus Tighe, Everest Snacks and Moving to Online Sales
We are delighted to announce that Everest Snacks will be joining the line up on the attached PDF at tomorrow’s DFC Online event. Owner, Seamus Tighe will join the two other world class speakers for this amazing event. Everest have just embarked on an ambitious strategy to turn their online shop into a significant part of their business. (www.everestsnacks.ie)
A Zoom link will be emailed to participants the day before the event.
Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.