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BigCommerce GROWs Key Connections in New York

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In the heat of the summer season, BigCommerce was excited to head back to the Big Apple to bask in all things retail growth marketing during this year’s GROW NY event conference in Queens, New York on July 19-20. 

GROW NY returned to Knockdown Center — an urban arts center — to unite hundreds of trendsetting founders, marketers and online experts to share their experiences in creating and scaling multi-million dollar brands.

BigCommerce joined the two-day event to connect with other ecommerce enthusiasts to establish key connections and offer insightful ecommerce knowledge from our turnkey kiosk. 

In the post-pandemic world, GROW NY wanted to reinvent the traditional conference, steering away from the traditional retail trade show format and fostering an experience that allowed for genuine connection, legitimate takeaways and leaned into the unique thread connecting the attendees: creativity.

The ecommerce conference featured two days of growth talks, workshops and panels that all aim to answer these key questions: What is working and not working across your online sales channels, and what tactics are you deploying to drastically improve marketing campaign ROI? 

Through careful selection of industry thought leaders, new approaches were shared to answer these questions through topics like Scaling Your Brand, Paid Advertising and Ecommerce Future.

If you missed BigCommerce at GROW NY 2022, you can catch us at eTail East in Boston on August 8–10. Come say hi at our table, No. T9!

Kelsey Daubner avatar

Kelsey Daubner is a Content Marketing Specialist at BigCommerce, where she specializes in thought leadership content. She holds a B.S. in Journalism and Media Studies from Texas State University and, prior to joining BigCommerce, worked in marketing roles in various industries spanning from food and beverage to nonprofit.