Join us as we discuss the growing trend of headless ecommerce and how it can benefit your business. In this presentation, you will learn about headless architecture and progressive web apps, as well as get actionable advice about what factors to consider when exploring this architecture and the best practices for success.

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Emma Lockwood, Product Marketing Manager, Adobe

Emma Lockwood is a Product Marketing Manager for Adobe Commerce, whose work is centered around enabling best-in-class shopping experiences. She is focused on headless commerce and progressive web apps as the technologies to deliver engaging storefronts and commerce experiences.

Michael Harvey , Chief Strategy Officer, Corra

Michael Harvey is the Chief Strategy Officer at Corra, a global digital commerce agency headquartered in New York, Los Angeles, and London. Previously, Michael served as Corra’s COO for ten years, and his leadership of all delivery services resulted in significant and sustained growth for the agency. A keen observer of the ecommerce and retail industries, Michael is a frequent speaker and has been quoted in many notable publications on topics as diverse as the future of Amazon to 3D printing for fashion brands. More recently, he has become known as a leading industry evangelist for the benefits of headless commerce and Progressive Web Apps for any merchant looking to unify the customer experience across all devices and touchpoints.

Tom Duggan, VP of Business Development, Digital Commerce 360

As Vice President, Tom leads the DC 360 sales and business development team working with our technology partners on sponsorship and custom research projects that incorporate our media products to deliver integrated marketing and research programs. Tom has been the Vice President with Digital Commerce 360, publisher of Internet Retailer, since 2013 and was on the original team that launched Internet Retailer in 1999. Tom has 25+ years experience in media focused on ecommerce and technology trends.

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