One of the biggest challenges apparel companies face is the large volume of returns. According to a survey from Body Labs, 23% of all clothing gets returned, and 64% of consumers say incorrect fit is the primary reason they return clothing.

Apparel brands and retailers will never be able to completely eliminate returns, but one of the most effective ways for apparel companies to reduce return rates is to make sure shoppers know exactly what to expect from a product. Your product descriptions and professional photos have their part to play, but consumers can get even richer insights from the reviews of previous customers.

Size and Fit Information Helps Customers Find the Best Product
Shoppers can turn to the size and fit information in reviews to make sure they’re purchasing the size that will work best for them. For example, if a shopper sees that a pair of shoes runs large, he can confidently order the shoe in a size smaller than he typically wears. The shoes will fit correctly and the retailer will avoid an unnecessary return.

Ask your ratings and reviews provider if they offer an easy way to capture size and fit information from your consumers and display it on your product pages to increase buyer confidence and help consumers make the right purchase decision.

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Visual Content Sets Expectations
Photos and videos provide shoppers with an accurate picture of what to expect from a purchase so there are fewer surprises when the item arrives in the mail. The professional photos on your site are a great start, but allowing reviewers to submit their own photos adds a level of authenticity and allows future shoppers to see what a product looks like “in real life.” In fact, many shoppers won’t purchase apparel online without these user generated images. PowerReviews research found that 40% of Centennials (age 13-18) won’t purchase a product if there are no photos of people using the product. Armed with this visual information, the shopper can make a well-informed purchase and be less likely to return the product.

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If you’re not already, start asking your shoppers to submit photos and videos as part of their reviews. Not only will this allow future shoppers to see what your products look like on various body types, it’ll also give them ideas of different ways to accessorize. For example, a shopper might be looking for a dress for an upcoming special event, and she notices that another consumer posted a photo of herself wearing the dress with a cardigan and a necklace. The shopper then adds all three items to her shopping cart.

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The Importance of User-Generated Content for Apparel Businesses

Forrester Research found only 15% of apparel is purchased online. But this number will only grow as more consumers crave convenience and the ability to shop online. Download this report to understand how apparel brands and retailers can leverage reviews to:

  • Attract more shoppers
  • Convert browsers to buyers
  • Reduce return rates
  • Identify opportunities to improve products and services

It’s no secret that customers turn to ratings and reviews when they’re shopping for just about anything — from books and movies to clothing and electronics. In fact, nearly all consumers consult customer reviews, and 86% say reviews are an essential resource when making a purchase decision.

But reviews aren’t just beneficial to consumers as they search for products that best meet their needs, they’re also good for business. Read on to learn about five ways that ratings and reviews benefit brands and retailers.

Reviews Increase Conversion
Today’s information-hungry consumers want to learn everything they can before making a purchase. And if you give shoppers all the information they’re looking for — including the opportunity to hear from previous customers through ratings and reviews — they’re more likely to convert.

Of course, positively impacting conversion for products that have reviews will impact the performance of your entire site. In fact, best in class PowerReviews customers can experience an online sales increase of up to 17% site-wide.  

Reviews Reduce Returns
If you’re like many brands and retailers, one of your biggest challenges is keeping return rates at bay. This is especially true for apparel brands and retailers, where characteristics like size and fit come into play. In fact, according to a recent survey from Body Labs, 23% of all clothing gets returned, and 64% of shoppers cite “incorrect fit” as the reason for the return.

Fortunately, the information from ratings and reviews helps consumers make better purchase decisions. And when consumers make smart purchase decisions, they’re less likely to return the products they purchase. For example, let’s say a consumer is shopping for a pair of shoes that she loves, but notices several reviews that mention the shoes run a size small. Armed with this information, the shopper confidently adds the shoes to her shopping cart in a size larger than she typically wears. The shoes arrive, they fit perfectly, and the brand avoids an unnecessary return.

Reviews Improve Your Presence on Google
Recent PowerReviews research found that 35% of shoppers start their shopping journey on Google or another search engine. That means if you don’t have a strong presence on Google, you’re missing out on more than a third of potential customers.

The good news is, ratings and reviews can play a major role in building a strong presence on search. Ratings and reviews impact Google results in these three ways:

  • Rich Snippets: The star ratings and key descriptions from reviews appear as part of organic search results.
  • Product Listing Ads: Product ratings and reviews can be syndicated to Google and appear as part of Product Listing Ads (PLAs).
  • Seller Ratings: Seller Ratings rate the online seller and are displayed as stars in search results — improving click-through rates for that particular seller.

Reviews Influence Offline Sales
Sometimes a consumer will conduct research online, and ultimately make a purchase online, too. However, this isn’t always the case. Consumers often do their product research online (including reading ratings and reviews), then visit a brick and mortar store to make the purchase. In this case, the sale is considered web-influenced.

According to Forrester Research, for every dollar spent online that is influenced by web content, there will be four dollars of offline sales influenced by the same content. That means if you have ratings and reviews online, it can also have a big impact on your offline sales. 

Reviews Help Improve Products
Reviews written by customers are chock full of insights and information that can help you improve your products and the customer experience, which will, in turn, positively impact your bottom line.

For example, Room & Board, a modern home furnishings retailer, noticed that they had an average star rating of 3.7 for one of their upholstery products. After digging into the reviews, Room & Board noticed that several shoppers had negative feedback about the cushioning in the upholstery. The company shared this information with their merchant, who then changed the cushioning for the product. As a result, the average star rating for the item rose to 4.3 stars. This is good news for Room & Board, since our research with Northwestern University found that products with an average star rating between 4.2 and 4.5 have the highest probability of purchase.

Ready to get started with reviews? Explore the solutions PowerReviews offers.

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The Internet Retailer Conference and Exposition is by far one of my favorite industry events, based, in large part, because of the fact that it’s right in PowerReviews’ hometown of Chicago.

This year’s agenda was impressive — with a roster of impressive speakers including industry analysts as well as brand, retail and eCommerce thought leaders. I especially enjoyed hearing from some of our own customers including VF Corporation, evo, Advance Auto Parts, Nebraska Furniture Mart, The Step2 Company, and more — on a range of key topics including:

  • Using technology to engage shoppers in-store
  • The importance of a responsive website
  • Planning a successful social media strategy
  • Getting the most ROI from video

For me, the best part of being at IRCE was having the opportunity to catch up with current customers and make new connections. I enjoyed hearing about the successes and challenges of various brands and retailers and how PowerReviews is (or can start) helping them be more successful.

New Product Offerings
PowerReviews also released some exciting new product capabilities at IRCE. We launched Review Your Purchases as well as a new Analytics and Insights solution to help brands and retailers generate more content and mine insights from that content.

Review Your Purchases
More than 60% of purchases in the PowerReviews network contain more than one item. However, until now, ratings and reviews providers have asked for a review on only one of the items in a multi-item purchase. Review Your Purchases is a streamlined experience that allows consumers to quickly review multiple products from one page, which helps brands and retailers increase collection, product coverage, and coverage rates.

Let’s say a customer buys a pair of jeans, a blouse and a belt in one transaction. After receiving her order, the shopper receives a post purchase email with each of these products listed, so she can easily submit multiple reviews in a single step. In addition, as this consumer continues to buy products from your brand, she’ll be able to write reviews for all of the products she’s ever purchased via a dedicated landing page.

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As a result of implementing Review Your Purchases during the product pilot, a major retailer saw some impressive results, including:

  • 93% increase in reviews quarter over quarter
  • 36% increase in product coverage
  • 400% increase in review collection rates

Additionally, a large sports retailer experienced:

  • 75% increase in reviews collected year over year
  • 252% increase in review collection rates quarter over quarter

Analytics and Insights
In addition to driving conversion, ratings and reviews also provide a wealth of information that brands and retailers can use to not only increase conversion, but also improve products, services, and the customer experience.

Our new Analytics and Insights tool compiles and presents review data in an easy-to-use format. That way, brands and retailers can easily understand how ratings and reviews and Q&A increase conversion and better understand the impact of distributing brand content across across the PowerReviews Open Network. In addition, brands and retailers can use the new Analytics and Insights tool to identify products that can benefit most from additional content.

If you’re a current PowerReviews customer and have questions about Review Your Purchases or the new Analytics and Insights tool, feel free to reach out to your Client Success Director or Community Manager.

Did you attend IRCE 2016? Was was your favorite part of the event?

Meet the Team is a recurring series on the PowerReviews blog, allowing you to get to know the people behind our success.

We recently sat down with Andrew Abeto, a member of our Implementation team, to learn about the key role his team plays in getting brands and retailers up and running on the PowerReviews platform, why he loves his job, and why ice cream holds a special place in his heart.

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Where were you before joining PowerReviews?
I’ve been at PowerReviews for a year and a half. Before PowerReviews, I worked in the financial industry for nearly 7 years with my last stint working in JP Morgan’s treasury division. I was an implementation project manager where I worked with a portfolio of multinational Fortune 500 companies managing multiple, complex integrations on our treasury platform solution.

Tell us about your team and your role at PowerReviews
I manage the Chicago implementation group which supports client integrations across the U.S. and in Europe (we have a San Francisco group as well). My team consists of implementation project managers and engineers. They work jointly to support our clients’ integrations by managing the project lifecycle, meeting project milestones, and supporting the technical integration with the goal of getting our clients up and running to quickly begin collecting user-generated content to drive sales.

What’s the best part about working at PowerReviews?
The people, culture, and work environment. As I mentioned before, I came from the world of finance, and well, everything was pretty conservative and quite formal. Since coming here, that work environment took a complete turn. The moment you walk through the door, there is a tremendous amount of energy, passion, and drive for what we do. It’s cliche, but true — we work hard, and play hard. Everyone here does what is needed to make sure our clients are happy and love our product as much as we do. Above that, we know how to take a break, enjoy those that we work with, and do it all over a nice cold beer!

What’s been one of your favorite projects while working at PowerReviews?
One of the coolest projects that I have been a part of was the development of a new implementation approach for our corporate clients. After several months of gathering implementation data, we discovered that getting value to our clients with our core products, quicker, was an implementation approach that needed to evolve. Today, we now offer a ‘Core Value’ implementation approach that focuses on getting our clients collecting and displaying user generated content within 30 days or less.

What’s something people might not know about you?
I was a Navy kid growing up and lived in Keflavik, Iceland for 3 years. Also, my family bleeds ice cream as we’ve been in the Dairy Queen business for over 40 years.

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Veteran Chief Marketing Officer of OfficeMax, Walgreens, and Kimberly-Clark brings extensive retail, brand, and ecommerce experience to support PowerReviews continued growth.

June 8, 2016 – CHICAGO – PowerReviews, the leading provider of ratings, reviews and question-and-answer technology to more than 1,000 brands and retailers, announced today the appointment of Kim Feil to its board of directors. Feil brings more than 25 years of experience with the largest brands and retailers including OfficeMax, Walgreens, Sara Lee, Kimberly-Clark, Information Resources Inc, Dr Pepper/7UP and Frito-Lay.  

“Kim brings a wealth of proven experience as a retail, brand, and ecommerce executive leading marketing, sales and strategy for some of the world’s most recognizable brands,” said Matt Moog, CEO of PowerReviews. “We’re excited that she is joining the PowerReviews board and look forward to the contributions she’ll make as we continue our mission to unify and amplify the voice of the consumer for brands and retailers.”

Feil led marketing and innovation growth strategies as the EVP and Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer for OfficeMax during its merger with Office Depot in 2013. She also served as the first Chief Marketing Officer for Walgreens, where she positioned the company as a leading community health and daily living destination for its six million daily customers.  

Feil also supported the growth of some of the largest brands through her work at Sara Lee, Kimberly-Clark, Dr Pepper/7UP and Frito-Lay.  And as President of Marketing for Information Resources, Inc., Feil worked with U.S. retailers and brands on their strategies, led the IRI global innovation practice, and launched the company’s ecommerce platform.  

In June 2014 she added tech startup to her experiences when she was named CEO of bizHive, a dynamic online marketplace that connects small business owners with best-in-class marketing and operations services suppliers.

“I’m honored to serve on the board of this dynamic, growing company” said Feil. “I look forward to working together with the PowerReviews board and management team as they continue to deliver innovative solutions that increase sales and drive actionable insights for brands and retailers of all sizes.”

Feil is the president of The CMO Club-Chicago, serves on the Global Retail Marketing Association Advisory Board, and has been named a “Woman to Watch” by Ad Age, Crain’s Chicago Business, and Consumer Goods & Technology magazines.

To learn more about PowerReviews, visit www.powerreviews.com.

About PowerReviews
PowerReviews works with more than 1,000 global brands and retailers to increase conversion and improve products and the customer experience with ratings and reviews and Q&A software. PowerReviews unifies and amplifies the voice of the consumer throughout their journey, across all channels to help consumers make better purchase decisions and to help businesses drive conversion and improve products and services. Ratings and reviews solutions from PowerReviews are essential for consumers as they search and shop online and in-store, driving traffic on more than 5,000 websites, creating actionable insights to improve products and services, increasing conversion, and growing online site-wide sales up to 17%. The PowerReviews Syndication Network reaches 2,500 retailers and more than 700 million in-market shoppers every month, giving retailers and brands the power to reach shoppers wherever they are. For more information, visit www.powerreviews.com.

For additional information:
Meghan Spork
Walker Sands Communications
312-241-1474
Meghan.spork@walkersands.com

It’s no secret that Amazon has become a destination for consumers searching for a wide variety of products, from books and movies to electronics and toys. In fact, according to a recent PowerReviews report, 38% of online shoppers begin their shopping journey on Amazon, with 79% citing a wide variety of products as a reason they start there.

Now Amazon is making its mark on the apparel sector — in a big way. In addition to featuring online “boutiques” for established, popular apparel brands such as Kate Spade, BCBG, Hugo Boss, and 7 For All Mankind, Amazon has recently launched seven of its own clothing brands for men, women, and children. And the company has no plans to slow down. According to a report from Morgan Stanley, Amazon currently has 7% market share of the apparel industry, but by 2020, that number will climb to 19%. To provide a little more context, Cowen & Co. predicts Amazon will displace Macy’s as the top U.S. apparel retailer by next year.

It’s clear that apparel retailers are taking note of Amazon’s growth in apparel — as they should be. Art Peck, CEO at Gap, Inc. said at the company’s last shareholder meeting, “To not be considering Amazon and others would be in my view delusional.”

But what can apparel retailers do to effectively compete with the eCommerce giant?

It’s no Longer an Option to Compete on Pricing and Product Availability
In addition to a wide selection of products, our recent report on the path to purchase found that pricing considerations, such as free shipping, are another top reason consumers choose to start the purchase journey on Amazon. However, it’s difficult for the majority of retailers to compete against Amazon when it comes to inventory, price, and shipping.

But the good news is, there’s a big opportunity for apparel retailers to leverage user-generated content including ratings and reviews and Q&A to offer a superior shopping experience that wins consumers and cultivates brand advocates. Read on to learn how reviews can help apparel retailers grow sales and effectively compete with Amazon.

Reviews Attract Visitors
A search engine is the second most popular place to begin the online shopping journey, with 35% of shoppers starting their product search there. And with 71% market share, “search” means “Google” for the majority of shoppers.

What’s encouraging for retailers is that after conducting a search on Google or another search engine, shoppers are just as likely to click through to a retailer site as they are Amazon (41% each).

Retailers can effectively compete with Amazon to attract these “search-first” consumers by leveraging ratings and reviews. Ratings and reviews improve a retailer’s visibility in search engine results and improve clickthrough rates with rich snippets that display star ratings and review information in search results.

Reviews Keep Visitors On Your Site to Convert
Some of the top reasons shoppers choose to start the purchase journey on a brand or retailer site is because it’s easier to find what they’re looking for and they can find the best product information there. After you’ve successfully attracted shoppers to your site, make sure to keep them there by providing all of the information they need to make an informed purchase decision, including the opportunity to hear from other consumers through ratings and reviews.

And remember — visual review content is especially important for apparel shoppers, who want to better understand the size and fit of a particular piece of clothing on someone with a body type like them before making a purchase.

If you don’t provide a high volume of valuable reviews, you risk losing shoppers to a site that will. Shoppers we surveyed said they’ll turn to a search engine (45%), Amazon (25%), or another brand or retailer site (20%) if they can’t find any — or enough reviews on a brand or retailer site.

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Reviews Cultivate Loyalty
Of the 21% of consumers that start the purchase journey on a brand or retailer site, 48% say they do so because they’re past customers, loyal to the brand or retailer.

Consider not only purchases when rewarding customers, but also content. If someone contributes a review, award them points in your loyalty program. Then, when they’ve accrued enough points, award them a coupon for free shipping or a percentage off their next purchase. It’s a small investment to cultivate a loyal customer that will go straight to your site the next time they’re in the market for apparel.

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PowerReviews User-Generated Content solutions boost online sales 17% site-wide
Review Your Purchases increases content collection rates by up to 400%

June 7, 2016 – CHICAGO – PowerReviews, a leading provider of ratings, reviews and question-and-answer technology to more than 1,000 global brands and retailers, today introduced two new product capabilities: Review Your Purchases, which helps brands and retailers generate up to four times more conversion-driving content and a new Review Analytics and Insights solution that helps businesses mine deeper insights from that content. PowerReviews will showcase these new capabilities and its full range of offerings at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE) in Chicago, June 7-10, 2016.

“Because ratings and reviews continue to drive more traffic and conversion than any other type of user-generated content, we’re focused on continually delivering new capabilities to generate more content, deliver new insights, and make the user experience as easy as possible,” said Matt Moog, CEO of PowerReviews. “Using PowerReviews technology and best practices, our best-in-class customers see an average online sales increase of 17 percent sitewide. With Review Your Purchases and the new Analytics and Insights capabilities, we’re confident this sales increase will grow even larger.”

Review Your Purchases
Until now ratings and reviews providers have asked for a review on only one of the items in a multi-item purchase. Review Your Purchases enables consumers to quickly review all purchases within a single page, increasing content collection rates by as much as 400 percent.

Nearly three-quarters of reviews are generated in response to a post-purchase email. And more than 60 percent of purchases in the PowerReviews network contain more than one item. By asking for reviews for several items at once, clients get higher response rates, more content, and higher conversion rates.

Product Review Analytics and Insights
While ratings and reviews have become an essential part of the path to purchase, they also provide a wealth of information for brands and retailers not only to optimize conversion but also to improve products, services, and user experience.

PowerReviews Analytics and Insights compiles and presents review data in an easy-to-use format, helping retailers and brands understand how ratings and reviews and questions and answers increase conversion. Reports also show the impact of distributing brand reviews across the PowerReviews Open Network, which reaches 1 billion in-market shoppers every month, giving brands and retailers the power to reach shoppers wherever they are. Brands and retailers can also easily identify products that can most benefit from additional content to drive SEO, conversion, and network-wide sales.

Members of the PowerReviews team will showcase these new capabilities at IRCE, booth #328.

To learn more about PowerReviews, visit www.powerreviews.com.

About PowerReviews
PowerReviews works with more than 1,000 global brands and retailers to increase conversion and improve products and the customer experience with ratings and reviews and Q&A software. PowerReviews unifies and amplifies the voice of the consumer throughout their journey, across all channels to help consumers make better purchase decisions and to help businesses drive conversion and improve products and services. Ratings and reviews solutions from PowerReviews are essential for consumers as they search and shop online and in-store, driving traffic on more than 5,000 websites, creating actionable insights to improve products and services, increasing conversion, and growing online site-wide sales up to 17%. The PowerReviews Syndication Network reaches 2,500 retailers and more than 700 million in-market shoppers every month, giving retailers and brands the power to reach shoppers wherever they are. For more information, visit www.powerreviews.com.

For additional information:
Meghan Spork
Walker Sands Communications
312-241-1474
meghan.spork@walkersands.com

New research finds that shoppers will turn to a search engine (45%), Amazon (40%) or another brand or retailer (20%) if there aren’t enough reviews.

June 6, 2016 – CHICAGO – Today’s shoppers have a myriad of options when it comes to researching and purchasing products. To better understand how retailers can compete with e-commerce giants like Amazon, PowerReviews, a leading provider of ratings, reviews and question-and-answer technology to more than 1,000 global brands and retailers, surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. consumers to release Mapping the Path to Purchase: How Today’s Consumers Navigate the Shopping Journey.

“The better brands and retailers understand the path to purchase, the better equipped they are to attract shoppers and deliver a user experience that drives conversion,” said Matt Moog, CEO of PowerReviews. “In this study, we found that while many consumers choose Amazon because of its variety of products, low prices and free shipping, retailers and brands can effectively leverage user-generated content, including ratings and reviews and Q&A, to offer a superior shopping experience that wins consumers and grows advocacy.”

Key findings of the study include:

Where Shoppers Start The Purchase Journey

Amazon has wide appeal for today’s information-hungry consumers. Thirty-eight percent of surveyed consumers reported starting their shopping journey on Amazon, citing variety of products (79 percent), free shipping (64 percent), and better deals (62 percent) as key factors.

More than half of shoppers (55 percent) who started their purchase journey on Amazon cited the presence of a large volume of reviews as a key factor for doing so. Almost all (99 percent) of these shoppers consult reviews on Amazon, confirming that ratings and reviews have become an expected part of the purchase process.

Search Engines Even The Odds

Thirty-five percent of shoppers choose to begin their purchase journey at a search engine and more than half of these shoppers (52 percent) click through to Google Shopping results. The study also found that after conducting a search, shoppers go to a retail site or Amazon in equal numbers (41 percent each).

With these search-first consumers, retailers can effectively compete with Amazon by leveraging ratings and reviews to improve visibility in search engine results and improve click-through rates with rich snippets that display star ratings and review information in search results.

How Brands and Retailers Differentiate Online and In-Store

Twenty-one percent of shoppers start their online purchase journey on a brand or a retailer’s website and do so because of loyalty (48 percent) and a superior user experience (56 percent). And of those shoppers, 65 percent make their final purchase at the brand or retailer site.

While brands and retailers can’t compete with Amazon on product variety or free shipping, they can leverage user-generated content, including ratings and reviews and Q&A, to offer a superior experience to shoppers. Ratings and reviews are a crucial component of that experience, with shoppers saying they’ll turn to a search engine (45 percent), Amazon (40 percent) or another brand or retailer (20 percent) if there aren’t enough reviews.

And while online retail sales continue to grow, many consumers still want to purchase in-store. Of the shoppers who don’t buy on a retailer’s site, 48 percent will make their purchase in-store.

“From the data, it’s clear that shoppers are already turning to retail sites in pursuit of a better user experience and are proving loyal to those that can deliver,” said Moog. “Consumers want to make informed decisions and are turning to sources that provide rich user-generated content like ratings and reviews. Retailers can improve the shopping journey across channels by making ratings and reviews easily and equally accessible to online and in-store shoppers. For brands, these findings echo the importance of making your product information such as ratings and reviews accessible throughout the entire path to purchase, including Amazon, Google and retailer sites.”

To learn more about PowerReviews, visit www.powerreviews.com

About PowerReviews

PowerReviews works with more than 1,000 global brands and retailers to increase conversion and improve products and the customer experience with ratings and reviews and Q&A software. PowerReviews unifies and amplifies the voice of the consumer throughout their journey, across all channels to help consumers make better purchase decisions and to help businesses drive conversion and improve products and services. Ratings and reviews solutions from PowerReviews are essential for consumers as they search and shop online and in-store, driving traffic on more than 5,000 websites, creating actionable insights to improve products and services, increasing conversion, and growing online site-wide sales up to 17%. The PowerReviews Syndication Network reaches 2,500 retailers and more than 700 million in-market shoppers every month, giving retailers and brands the power to reach shoppers wherever they are. For more information, visit www.powerreviews.com.

For additional information:

Meghan Spork
Walker Sands Communications
312-241-1474
Meghan.spork@walkersands.com

Next week, the PowerReviews will be headed to the 2016 Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE) right here in our hometown of Chicago. The world of eCommerce is constantly changing and evolving, and this event provides a great opportunity to hear from industry experts and network with likeminded professionals.

IRCE is an event I look forward to all year, and this year is certainly no exception. The agenda for the 2016 event includes more than 100 different sessions on topics ranging from personalization and advertising to pricing strategy and user experience.Attendees are sure to walk away with lots of new connections and ideas to improve their business.

I’m especially eager to hear more about how some of our own customers have been successful, including speakers from VF Corporation, evo, Advance Auto Parts, and more.

Stop By Our Booth
If you’re attending IRCE, be sure to stop by booth #328 in the Exhibit Hall to catch up with PowerReviews. We’d love the opportunity to discuss your business’ unique challenges, why brands and retailers are choosing PowerReviews, and how you can increase online site-wide sales as much as 17% with PowerReviews. We’ll also be launching some exciting new product offerings at IRCE that we can’t wait to tell you more about.

But it won’t be all business at the booth. Visitors will also have the opportunity to spin the wheel to win great prizes from some PowerReviews clients, including LUSH, Toys R Us, and Stance.

The exhibit hall will be open:

  • Tuesday, June 7: 4:00pm – 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, June 8: 9am – 6:30pm
  • Thursday, June 9: 9am – 4pm

We hope to see you next week in Chicago!

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