Huboo, Parcelhub, DNA Payments, and PushON are delighted to invite you to our first eCommerce Brains of Bristol event of 2022. Join us at 5pm on Thursday 17th February at the Huboo HQ on Corn Street. Register for free here!

We’re super excited to be joined by a great selection of leading eCommerce technology providers. During the course of the evening, you’ll get a feel for what should be on your radar this year. You’ll learn about what the latest and greatest looks like in the world of eCommerce, from web apps and payment technologies to shipping and fulfilment.

The confirmed speakers:

  • Simeon Wynn, Partnerships Manager at Huboo: Unlocking the potential of tech-focused fulfilment.
  • Vanessa Norhausen, Senior Customer Success Manager at DNA Payments: Improving conversion through choice – the importance of payment methods in your checkout strategy.
  • James Hayes, Director of Business Development at Parcelhub: Retailer vs consumer expectation gaps.
  • Tim Willis – Head of eCommerce at PushON: Transforming your customer experience with Progressive Web Apps.

A little bit about your hosts:

Huboo are an award-winning order fulfilment company that helps online businesses grow, by taking care of their eCommerce order fulfilment needs.

Parcelhub are a multi-carrier management solution. Flexible and scalable, their services integrate seamlessly with marketplaces, eCommerce platforms and order management systems.

DNA Payments are one of just a few players in UK and Europe with fully cloud-based, omnichannel payment processing capabilities. Providing a variety of SaaS and PaaS solutions to major global acquirers and payment schemes.

PushON are a full-service eCommerce agency, delivering UX driven eCommerce websites, along with paid and organic SEO strategies, and offer support through consultancy services.

The event will start at 5pm and run to approximately 7pm. You will be fed and watered, and the bar will remain open afterwards for a bit of good old-fashioned chinwagging!

See you there!


P.s Your safety is our number one priority, and we will be keeping up-to-date with government guidelines surrounding the Omicron variant. If it is unsafe to meet publicly, we will invite you to join us virtually.