5+6 June 2018 - London - Twickenham Stadium
800 international leaders in e-commerce & logistics
Selected vendors, either multinational leaders or emerging startups, represent the largest variety of e-Logistics services in delivery, packaging, fulfillment and technology ever gathered. Only 150 sponsor passes are available to meet with the 500 retail leaders.
DELIVER gathers an unprecedented league of 500 leaders in e-commerce & logistics (87% at C-Suite, VP or Director level) from world's most iconic retailers (72% above 50 M€). Retailers join upon invitation and benefit from our VIP hospitality package (flight/train tickets up to 300€, 4 star accommodation, transfers and all meals).
At the intersection of technology and commerce, DELIVER is during 2 days the center of the E-logistics ecosystem where business happens with one-to-one meetings between decision makers, and where latest trends in e-Logistics are explored.
The 2 days offer a blend of high level networking and one-to-one meetings, 4 inspiring keynotes about the future of retail and logistics, 10 interactive workshop studios, 5 awards decided by retailers themselves, many startups showcasing their technology as well as a classy cocktail dinner.
World class speakers, ranging from founders of most scrutinized startups to prominent experts in venture capital and consulting, will share their insights on the future of retail and logistics.
With rare speakers coming from all parts of the world, it is the best speakers lineup ever gathered on e-Logistics.
Daniel Laury, based in San Francisco, USA, co-founded udelv in 2016, after identifying a gap between the advancement of autonomous driving technology and the state of the delivery industry. He put together a team of engineers with years of experience in the field and coordinated the world’s first public road autonomous delivery in January 2018, which has been highly commented in the media.
Udelv is the first commercially available public road enabled last-mile autonomous delivery vehicle with already several customers in the San Francisco Bay Area doing deliveries every day.
Mirko Warschun, based in Münich, Germany, is the Managing Director & Head of Retail EMEA for AT Kearney. He is a renown expert in retail and consumer goods, serves on advisory boards of various start-up companies and is frequently interviewed in major business newspapers including the Financial Times, Handelsblatt, Bloomberg, Reuters and TV/radio.
AT Kearney is a leading global management consulting firm advising world’s foremost organizations since 1926, and selected by the World Economic Forum as a Strategic Partner.
Frederik Brantner, based in Münich, Germany, started his first company at the age of 16 and founded Magazino in 2014. He was selected as "Innovator under 35" in 2016.
Magazino develops and builds perception driven, mobile robots for intralogistics. With over 80 employees, Magazino has one of the biggest teams in Europe working on perception driven robotics and has developed mobile picking robots, which run at several customer sites in live operation.
Christopher Steinau focuses at Northzone on SaaS, logistics tech, and marketplaces. Before joining Northzone, Christopher co-founded Uncover, an award-winning app for restaurant booking in London, which has been sold to Velocity.
Northzone is an early-stage European VC fund, investing in entrepreneurs building category leading companies. The fund has been an early of Spotify, Trustpilot, Outfittery and NA-KD among others..
Giordano Sordoni, based in Los Angeles, USA, is the co-founder and COO of Thor Trucks, where he organizes the company’s vision to design and scale viable electric alternatives for the commercial fleet industry.
Thor Trucks is leading the charge to provide fleets with versatile and scalable electric solutions, beginning with the launch of their fully electric class-8 semi truck prototype, the ET-One, in December 2017.
Dave Ferguson, based in San Francisco (USA), is the President and co-founder of Nuro. Dave completed his PhD at Carnegie Mellon University in 2006 and led the computer vision and machine learning teams for Google's self-driving car project up until 2016.
Nuro, who raised in January 2018 $92 Million, produced a fully autonomous, on-road vehicle designed to transport goods — quickly, safely, and affordably, to harness the power of robotics and artificial intelligence at a global scale.
Thomas Rubens joined DN Capital in 2012 and his focus includes marketplaces, logistics and ecommerce and is recognized as one of the experts in LogTech among European VCs.
DN Capital is a global early stage and growth capital investor which has operations in London, Berlin and Silicon Valley. DN Capital’s investments include Shazam (sold to Apple), Endeca (sold to Oracle) and Auto1 (world's largest used-car marketplace).
Lit Fung, General Manager Overseas at Geek+, has been in the automation field over 10 years and is often invited by universities to share his success cases.
Geek+, which remained in stealth mode until recently, develops warehouse robotic solutions powered by AI in order picking, material handling and parcel sorting. Geek+, sometimes dubbed as the 'Kiva killer', has already installed 3,000 robots and is the first Chinese robotics warehousing company going global.
Yaro Tenzer is an expert in robotic grasping and automation systems, post-doctoral researcher at the Harvard Biorobotics Lab where he was selected by the DARPA Autonomous Robotic Manipulation program.
RightHand Robotics is a global leader in providing end-to-end solutions for automated intralogistics that are adaptable and simple to integrate. They just broke a world record few weeks ago with 131,072 piece-picks in 26 hours during a US trade show.
Charles Letourneur cofounded Alven in 2000, and was previously the Executive Director of Lazard where he participated in a number of transactions (M&A, IPOs) for US and European companies.
Paris-based Alven is an early-stage venture capital firm with over $500 million under management. Alven’s sectors of interest include notably AI, data-driven platforms, Saas, marketplaces and web brands.
Shrenik Sadalgi is a polyglot developer and technology plumber. He drives engineering and software development on Wayfair Next to help create next generation experiences in AR and VR.
Wayfair, headquartered in Boston, is one of the most successful e-commerce companies of the last decade in home improvement and furnishing with $4.7 billion in revenue and a selection of more than 10 million items. Wayfair is reinventing the way people shop for their homes – from product discovery to final delivery.
Yaron is in charge of the grocery e-commerce business from Carrefour in France since 2014 and spearheads its digital transformation, after a long track record in consulting in retail sector.
Carrefour is a world leader in the retail sector. Second largest retailer in the world and largest retailer in Europe, the Group manages 10,000 stores globally. Very often, Carrefour is the premier private employer in the countries in which it operates.
Susanne is a prominent figure from UK e-commerce and has held various senior leadership positions at Harrods, TK Maxx, John Lewis and Super Dry before dedicating her time to steering at board level e-retailers' strategy, mentoring startups and helping charities.
Outfittery, one of the leading international e-commerce players in Europe headquartered in Germany, turns its customers' home into a fitting room and fuels its fast growth with an original business model including a returns ratio of...100%!
Our past speakers included Philippe Hémard (Amazon VP for Logistics in Europe), Maros Sefcovic (Vice President of the European Commission), Tom Allason (Global VP for Shipping at eBay), Xavier Bettel (Prime Minister of Luxembourg), Maxim Romain (General Manager of Wayfair for Europe), Karima Delli (Member of the European Parliament and Chairwoman of its Transport Committee), and many more...
This year's program focuses on RETAIL AUTOMATION and highlights the growing tide of logistics robotization, autonomous delivery and customer experience enhancement through technology.
On June 5th at 11am, a panel of investors from leading VC firms with successful track record in LogTech investments (DN Capital, Northzone, Alven) will share the latest trends they have spotted about e-commerce and logistics, and will share their insights about promising business models for the future.
On June 5th at 7pm, 3 founders of the most promising startups in the delivery space (Nuro, udelv, Thor Trucks), all coming from the US West Coast, will explain how the electric and self driving technology they are developing will massively change the pattern of delivery and transportation.
On June 6th at 9am, a global panel of 3 CEOs (Geek+, Righthand Robotics, Magazino), each of them representing a continent (China, USA, Europe) and a different specialty (goods-to-man robots, robotic picking arm, automated guided vehicle) will explain us how their technology is shaping the warehouse of the future.
On June 6th at 3.30pm, after a keynote of a Partner from a global consultancy firm (AT Kearney) about retail trends, Senior Executives from e-commerce leaders from various industries (Carrefour, Wayfair, Outfittery) will unveil which technology programs they are investing in to enhance the customer experience, bridging the gap between stores and e-commerce from product discovery to final delivery.
The 10 workshop studios are collaborative 45 min discussions involving 50 to 100 participants in a campfire format around an expert animator and an interactive app-based Q&A session. The outcome of the workshop studios are then shared in infographics.
The debate with participating retail leaders around cross-border opportunities in e-commerce has been summarized in this infographic that you can download.
The debate with participating retail leaders around last mile solutions in the form of Shoppers' vs Shippers' perception has been summarized in this infographic you can download.
The debate with participating retail leaders around the strategic role played by packaging in e-commerce has been summarized in this infographic you can download.
The debate with participating retail leaders around the new packaging solutions required in a converging multichannel world has been summarized in this infographic you can download.
The debate with participating retail leaders around the growing convenience in delivery asked by customers has been summarized in this infographic you can download.
The debate with participating retail leaders around the opportunities in the last meter thanks to a new addressing system has been summarized in this infographic you can download.
DELIVER is an innovation hub in e-Logistics where sponsors launch and demo their latest products and where world's most innovative startups showcase their disruptive technology in robotics, automation and AI.
Tesla's goal is to accelerate the global transition to sustainable energy and to further reduce the costs of electric cars by means of a completely new model generation.
Delft Robotics, a deep tech company, is the pioneer in Artificial Intelligence and 3D Vision applied to robots, to handle items that vary in size or shape. Delft Robotics is the double winner of the prestigious Amazon Picking Challenge.
Effidence is a pioneer of "follow-me" robots applied to the assistance of order pickers in their daily work. Effidence is the winner of the DHL robotics challenge in 2016.
Twinswheel is an autonomous parcel delivery droid that is self-driving in cities in order to succeed in most goods delivery situations. Twinswheel is a smart, flexible and efficient droid for all year round delivery.
Eiratech has developed a goods-to-man robotics system that enhances warehouse picking operations through the use of a fleet of Eirabots.
TeleRetail automates regional logistics to save millions of users billions of hours while minimizing the ecological footprint of transportation. Its activities include the development of automated on-demand couriers as well as intra-logistics robotics for industrial clients.
Shelfie uses computer vision to understand the shelf environment and alert staff about anything that needs help. Shelfie knows what the 'perfect shelf' looks like and lets you and your store staff know in very simple terms, what needs fixing.
Picavi is the first company in the world to have developed order picking with smart glasses (pick by vision) into a market-ready solution.
Ehang 184 AAV is the safest, smartest and eco-friendly low altitude autonomous aerial vehicle, aiming on providing medium-short distance transportation solution.
SeaBubbles believes that the future of mobility will rise from the water, a natural and historic path in cities. SeaBubbles opens waterways all around the world by creating a new way to move people and goods around, with no impact on the environment nor on the cities' infrastructures. It is the only zero-impact transportation ecosystem ready for now.
Based on the votes of hundreds of retailers on our app, the 5 awards distributed to e-Logistics vendors offer the best possible recognition : the one coming from customers.
This year's winners will be announced during DELIVER and here below are the 2017 winners.
WHAT3WORDS won in 2017 the Game Changer award, which rewards the company whose innovation has the potential to disrupt the industry.
DS SMITH won in 2017 the Sustainability award, which rewards the company with highest environmental achievements.
DPDgroup won in 2017 the Customer Experience award, which rewards the company delivering the best executed service.
WHAT3WORDS won in 2017 the Cool Vendor award, which rewards the company with the most respected brand and inspiring services.
URBANTZ won in 2017 the Rising Star award, which rewards the most promising startup.
DELIVER, the largest powerhouse in e-Logistics ever gathered, brings together the international elite in e-commerce and operations from world's largest and most iconic retailers to foster meaningful relationships.
Our concept relies on the organisation of one-to-one meetings between our sponsors and selected decision makers in retail whose travel expenses are covered by DELIVER, as well as the presentation of latest trends in e-Logistics through keynotes and product demonstrations.
Since our first edition, we eco-conceive our events and compensate 100% of all CO2 emitted, including the almost one million kilometers travelled by our attendees from all continents. The support provided to a reforestation program in Amazonia makes DELIVER carbon neutral. See here our compensation certificate and here the program place.
The 2018 edition takes place at Twickenham Stadium, home of the England national rugby team and UK second largest stadium with more than 80,000 seats. After the European Convention Center in Luxembourg in 2016 and the Funkhaus former factory in Berlin in 2017, the Twickenham Stadium in London in 2018 inherits our tradition of exclusive and original venues.
Our traditional open bar cocktail dinner is the most friendly moment of the event, when all guests network in a relaxed setting with a mix of gourmet food, flowing fine bubbles and music, as well as an exciting surprise in store this year...
All DELIVER participants are hosted in one of the hundreds of 4* hotel rooms reserved nearby Twickenham Stadium at Sheraton, Hyatt, Marriott and Renaissance luxury hotels.
DELIVER is led by Stephane Tomczak, a 10+ year veteran in European e-Logistics who held various management positions for a large retailer and e-commerce associations. DELIVER is an international team of 20 talented people (one third in Tech and two thirds in Operations) whose ambition is to connect e-Logistics in Europe.
Co-funded by the European Commission (COSME Project 710557), Deliver in Europe is a marketplace for e-Logistics developed by Deliver where vendors can list their services for free to get contacted by e-retailers looking for solutions in delivery, fulfillment and logistics technology. More information on www.deliverineurope.eu