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Adria Summit 2023

Future of Digital Commerce

3rd-7th May 2023

Kempinski Adriatic Umag / Kempinski Palace Portorož

Adria Summit 2023

Future of Digital Commerce

3rd-7th May 2023

Kempinski Adriatic Umag / Kempinski Palace Portorož

We have the pleasure to announce the dates and agenda for Adria Summit 2023 – The Future of Digital Commerce. The second instance of this first-of-a-kind genuine Adriatic region event, while covering the future trends shaping traditional omni-channel eCommerce, will move further towards the technologies and models that enable exchange of purely digital goods and services and future of digital money. 

The Adria Summit 2023 will be held from May 3 to May 7, 2023 at two locations, two countries, the Kempinski Adriatic in Umag, Croatia and the Kempinski Palace in Portorož, Slovenia. Croatia has joined the Schengen area and adopted the European currency, the euro, so it will be a challenge to organize the Adria Summit in two countries. Transportation will be organized and there will be some nice surprises. We will gather on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are conference days. The format will be panels, lectures, workshops, and case studies. Case studies are actually pitches for investors for those who need investment for development. The conference will be followed by a VIP networking weekend (6th and 7th May), rich with activities such as a golf, tennis, biking, hiking and local wine and food tasting. VIP networking weekend is planned as a perfect follow-up to the conference, as it will provide ample time to share common interests and socialize with speakers and fellow participants.

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“A pace of changes in today’s world becomes dramatic. In less than a year time, pandemic was pushed aside by Ukraine-Russia conflict, and suddenly energy crisis, high inflation and supply chain disruptions emerged as key topics and took place of health concerns on the headlines. And while Covid-19 pandemic has certainly had a huge impact on growth of digital commerce globally, as it has resulted in sharp increase of demand for home deliveries, and changed the patterns of how we work, these days global markets, technology developments and commerce are shifting to energy and climate control. 

At the same time, web3 is re-shaping the digital universe, and we are witnessing diminishing difference between traditional brick-and-mortar and digital commerce, having digital companies and their in-app internal economies exceeding most of the sovereign GDPs in value. Businesses today are struggling to remain relevant and capture the continual changes in consumer behaviour and expectations on how we engage, communicate and shop in the digital world, and to deliver the best-in-class customer experience across channels, market segments and even generations.

The Summit will gather regional and international business leaders to share their views and expectations on the following subjects: digital stores and marketplaces, supply chain management and last mile delivery, communication platforms and digital marketing, digital content and gaming, customer experience, CRM, analytics and big data, cloud services, AI and robotics, EVs, autonomous devices, financial services, future banking and future money (CBDCs), blockchain, crypto currencies and tokens, digital IDs and online security, and their economic impact.

Finally, the Summit will set the stage for the regional entrepreneurs and innovative start-ups to present their works to the investor community, from business angels to private equities, venture capital and large financial institutions.” – Dejan Tešić

“AI (Artificial Intelligence) has become increasingly important in the field of digital commerce, as it can help businesses automate and optimize various tasks and processes. Some examples of how AI is being used in digital commerce include:

Personalization: AI can help businesses personalize their online store or platform based on customer preferences, behavior, and previous purchases. This can include personalized recommendations, targeted ads, and personalized emails.

Customer service: AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants can help businesses provide fast and efficient customer service by answering customer questions and handling routine tasks.

If you would like to participate in the program, if you would like your company to be a conference partner, or if you would like to be a participant, please contact us by email. Adria Summit 2022 participants and you will receive a 50% discount on the registration fee and will receive an invitation by email and the possibility to secure accommodation at the best prices.

Inventory management: AI can help businesses optimize their inventory management by predicting demand for products, identifying slow-moving items, and suggesting reordering points.

Fraud detection: AI can help businesses detect and prevent fraud by analyzing patterns and behavior that may indicate fraudulent activity.

Marketing and advertising: AI can help businesses target their marketing and advertising efforts more effectively by analyzing customer data and identifying potential customers.

Overall, AI has the potential to significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of digital commerce operations, helping businesses to better serve their customers and drive growth.”ChatGPT

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