Retail has moved well beyond location, location, location. Today’s retail is so much more than brick & mortar stores and product access. The transformation of the retail sector is inherently linked with the evolution of technology and how it changed the marketing and retail industries. DX3 is rooted at the intersection of Retail, Marketing, and Technology. These three elements define retail of today and the future and are the building blocks with which successful retailers will build their growth story. We at DX3 recognize that and have built an event that brings together people from each of those groups to help you unlock learning, understand new strategies, and discover new tools.
Technology in a single representative event of this nexus. Retail has transformed rapidly, both by design and by circumstance, in production, warehousing, distribution, payment, customer service, and merchandising. Marketing and Technology are two key components of this transformation and are critical to the survival and growth of retail businesses. DX3 is the only event that focuses on the relationship and role that marketing and technology play in the growth and survival of retail businesses. Our focus is
DX3 has successfully completed 11 years in Canada, and that experience has taught us a thing or two about bringing together the right audience. We believe that now, post-COVID-19, is the right time for DX3 to expand into the US to share our passion and success. We have been talking about the intersection of retail, marketing, and tech for 11 years, but now, post-pandemic, this intersection has become a milestone internationally in the evolution of the retail industry.
DX3 alumni include established and larger corporations from the Fortune 500 like Walmart, McDonalds, and Starbucks, as well as young new start-ups that have gone on to greater successes, including Shopify. We have seen some of our alumni brands shoot to the stars while others have continued adapting and evolving. We have seen the rapid growth of small brands, the stumbling of giants, and everything in between. The DX3 sweet spot is for growing mid-sized retail businesses that range from $50 million – $500 million in revenue.