Meet Magento Leipzig 2016 – A worthwhile experience for Magento communityAnna Sawicka
11 July 2016
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The tenth edition of Meet Magento Leipzig took place in Pentahotel at June 4-5th, 2016. The key topics of the conference were, of course, Magento 2, internationalisation, integration with ERP and PIM, B2B, eCommerce marketing in fast pacing digital world.
Meet Magento Leipzig gathered over 600 attendees eager to learn about the novelties from Magento world.
Strengthening collaboration by partnership between Meet Magento Association and Magento
Opening keynote touched two topics. Dr Thomas Feist talked about a need of digitalization. Thomas Goletz emphasised the importance of a collaboration between Meet Magento Association and Magento. The collaboration means that Magento started paying more attention to its bigger power - vivid community.
Going global in eCommerce
I gave a presentation entitled Cross border and Magento. Take off, aviate, navigate! to share with Magento community my experience of building international online stores on Magento.
You can find the slides to my presentation here.
— Thomas Goletz (@gibson944) July 4, 2016
Learning from mistakes of others
A great idea during Meet Magento Leipzig was a session FuckUp Nights@MM16DE which goal was to share the experience with failed projects.
Long-awaited after party attracted many until late hours at Moritzbastei ... 🙂
It was a great occasion to chat about eCommerce related topics.
— Anna (@goldannamaria) July 4, 2016
Quo vadis Magento?
The second day was started by opening keynote by Magento evangelist Ben Marks. It was about the future of Magento. The rest of a day was packed with many interesting presentations about Magento security, content marketing, personalised digital content.
Networking experience during a break in the digital world sometimes looked like this 🙂
All the presentations are constantly being added by Meet Magento Association team here.
Meet Magento Leipzig 2016 was definitely a successful event and a source of inspiration.
I'd like to give special thanks to Thomas Goletz and Anna-Maria Müller who made me feel home at Leipzig.
Until next time Meet Magento Leipzig! 🙂
— Ania Sawicka (@yovvanka) July 5, 2016