Webwinkel Vakdagen the eCommerce event of the Benelux
29 & 30 June, Jaarbeurs Utrecht
The Webwinkel Vakdagen has been the meeting platform for the e-commerce sector for 15 years. The fair in Utrecht attracts about 13,000 visitors each year. The aim is to bring together various professionals from the industry. For two days, you can gain new insights and inspiration and expand your network. There are 250 e-commerce suppliers and more than 200 speakers ready to advise you.
From web development to user experience
Every year, the trade fair attracts big names such as Amazon, Marktplaats and bol.com. All e-commerce topics are covered: from web software to digital marketing and fulfilment to packaging. Buckaroo is returning to the Webwinkel Vakdagen this year. At stand 332 the Buckaroo payment specialists will advise you on smart checkouts and the right payment strategy for your business.
Challenge for cycling fans
This edition of the WWVD, the Buckaroo stand is dedicated to the sponsorship of BEAT Cycling. The cycling club is building the sports team of tomorrow. Together we beat the ordinary! We like to do that with as many cycling fans as possible. At our stand you will find an original BEAT Cycling bike on which you can set a speed record on a virtual route. Participants can win great BEAT prizes. Including a cycling shirt or a BEAT membership. Do you want to participate in a cycling challenge?
You will find Buckaroo at stand number 322 in front of the large Keynote room.
Will we see you at the Webwinkel Vakdagen, 29 & 30 June, Jaarbeurs in Utrecht?
Entry is free after registration.
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