European event brings together the biggest names in retail and eCommerce, including Sir Charles Dunstone, Sir Stuart Rose and Jonathan Wolske, Culture Evangelist, Zappos

London, UK, 04 December 2014 – The Metapack Group, the leading provider of eCommerce technology for delivery services, confirms that the biggest names in the world of retail will be lining up to speak at the next Delivery Conference, taking place on 3rd February 2015 at the Westminster Park Plaza in London.

Now in its sixth year, the Delivery Conference aims to showcase retail innovation across Europe with Sir Charles Dunstone, Chairman and Co-Founder, Dixons Carphone and Sir Stuart Rose, former CEO and Chairman of Marks & Spencer and Jonathan Wolske, Culture Evangelist of Zappos confirmed as speakers.

They will be joined by a host of leaders from the European eCommerce scene including John Roberts, Founder of, Dino Rocos, Operations Director, John Lewis; Jay Klauminzer, Vice President of Groupon Goods EMEA, Groupon; Michael Kliger, Vice President International at eBay Enterprise and Ian Carrington, Managing Director Performance Solutions and Innovations, Google.

“We’ve been working hard to ensure that this year’s Delivery Conference is the best yet and are thrilled to announce such a high calibre speaker programme. This is a great opportunity for attendees to hear from the very best in the business about their experience in the industry, as well as keeping up to date with the latest in eCommerce innovation,” said Angela O’Connell, Marketing and Strategy Director, Metapack.

The event will showcase how retailers can use delivery to generate repeat purchase and customer loyalty through industry collaboration and investment in providing a better customer experience. Delivering choice in a customer centric world will be the key theme of the 2015 Delivery Conference, with a particular focus on the impact of delivery on key customer loyalty metrics and on the latest developments and trends in delivery services from a pan-European point of view.

Registration is open and remains free for retailers where you can also see a full list of confirmed speakers and exhibitors.