Join Lead Forensics at IRX and EDX 2023

Lead Forensics is thrilled to announce our participation at IRX and EDX on May 24th and 25th, 2023, at NEC Birmingham.

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As a leading provider of cutting-edge software, we can’t wait to showcase our advanced tracking technology and comprehensive database to revolutionize your business strategies. Come and find us on Stand C17 to talk to us about Lead Forensics.

IRX and EDX offer a bustling show floor filled with a diverse range of products and services that are vital to drive retail performance to new heights.

This event provides a golden opportunity to network with thousands of senior professionals from the delivery and eCommerce sectors. Whether you’re seeking to connect with industry giants or discover innovative start-ups, IRX and EDX serve as a great platform for forging meaningful connections and valuable collaborations.

IRX features a free conference program, with retail case studies, influential speakers from renowned brands, and exclusive insights from fast-growing companies.

Meanwhile, EDX will shine a spotlight on the challenges and opportunities arising from the pandemic-induced acceleration of eCommerce. Immerse yourself in insightful discussions led by inspirational speakers and entrepreneurs, sharing their expertise on delivery, supply chains, fulfillment, and warehousing.

Mark your calendars and make sure to join Lead Forensics at IRX and EDX 2023 at the NEC Birmingham on May 24th and 25th, 2023. You can register for your tickets here!

Don’t wait to book your demo of Lead Forensics — schedule one now!

See you there!

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