Now in its 5th year the Magento Imagine Conference brings together over two thousand, four hundred merchants, partners, developers and commerce experts from over forty countries, to network, share ideas and build relationships.

Magento Imagine is an annual conference that brings together experts from the eCommerce industry.

This year the conference will take place between 20th April and 22nd April 2015 at the Wynn Las Vegas in Nevada. The event, which is attended by everyone from leading merchants and web design agencies to technology innovators, provides the perfect opportunity for individuals to collaborate and share the latest inspirations, technologies and strategies that are transforming eCommerce.

Why attend Imagine Commerce 2015?

If you’re wondering what’s so great about the Magento Imagine Commerce 2015, check out our top reasons for attending below.

Network with industry peers – In the eCommerce industry, it’s not always about what you know, but whom you know. The Magento Imagine conference gives merchants, developers and technology providers the change to get together to network, share ideas and build relationships. It’s a great opportunity for making new contacts that could help you take your business to the next level.

Gain a competitive edge – The Imagine Conference is where the latest eBay Enterprise and Magento Developments are revealed. If you want to be the first to know about critical market updates and strategic directions, Imagine is the place to be. Attend and you’ll be able to find out about the new opportunities available to merchants, partners and developers before any of your competitors!

Learn from the very best – Imagine Commerce attendees benefit from getting to learn from leading merchants sharing their case studies. Throughout the conference you will be privy to best practice presentations and get to learn top tips and tricks from those who have already experienced success using the Magento platform. You will also get to hear talks from some of the industry’s most experienced professionals. This year’s speakers are Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, Craig Hayman, President of eBay Enterprise and Mark Lavelle, Senior Vice President of eBay Enterprise.

Maximise your Magento investment – The Magento Imagine Conference gives you the chance to meet experts from across the global ecosystem. Whether you require Magento Hosting or a particular Magento solution, there will be someone there to help you and provide you with the service you need. Merchants can also benefit from one-on-one consulting and there is even an opportunity for developers to get the certification they need to maximise their business.

The Art of Commerce

A lot can be learned from attending Magento Imagine.

Attend the Breakout Sessions

Whilst the general sessions are great, it is highly recommended you attend the Breakout Sessions taking place at the Magento Imagine Conference. This year, there will be more taking place than ever before and whilst some feel a little like a sales pitch, most of the time they’re all about sharing triumphs, challenges and experiences. You can learn a lot from the merchants running these sessions, who are happy to discuss the obstacles they’ve faced and how they over come them, as well as any ‘nightmares’ they’ve had along the way. Learning about other people’s successes and mistakes can really help you to make better decisions for your own business.

Lots to look forward to!

This year’s conference will be slightly different than its predecessors, as it’s not just a Magento event but an eBay Enterprise one too. It will be interesting to see how this affects the agenda but we can’t imagine it being any less informative, inspiring and educational than previous years and look forward to finding out more.


A lot of the event tickets have sold out but if you’re still keen to attend this year’s Magento Imagine Conference, you can still register online for a Last Minute Rate ticket (until 17th April). After that, if you want to attend you’ll have to pay the on-site rate of $1,695.


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