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Re: Live From eTail: E-Commerce Looks to a More Social, Virtual Future
Posted by Rachelle Crum on 2008-03-11 22:08:22
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I couldn't help but feel a bit of deja vu this morning as I entered the Desert Springs resort in Palm Desert, Calif., to attend eTail 2008. After all, I reported on the event last year in the same venue, and the hotel's atmosphere is as oasis-like as I remember it. This year's event is indeed similar to the 2007 gathering: The setup looks familiar, and the crowd is once again comprised of exhibitors eager to pitch their products, as well as e-tail shop representatives antsy to learn a ton in the sessions.





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Re: Live From eTail: E-Commerce Looks to a More Social, Virtual Future  Rachelle Crum  2008-03-11 22:08:22
Re: Live From eTail: E-Commerce Looks to a More Social, Virtual Future  sophiya  2008-03-11 22:09:21
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