LONDON, ENGLAND, October 12, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- WIRED Retail has become one of the most influential and exciting events in the Retail space. WIRED Retail 2017, brought some of the most successful innovators and biggest retailers together at Kings Place. Topics like future of retail, robotics and warehousing, augmented reality and many more were explored and top executives from Facebook, e-bay, Made.com, Jon Lewis, Amazon Pay presented at the event.
Since launch, WIRED has also showcased some of the world's most exciting disruptors at the start of their journeys in its 'Start-Up Showcase'. The 2017 WIRED Retail line-up was great and on-demand warehousing marketplace Stowga won the coveted 'Startup Showcase'. Stowga is the only marketplace for buying and selling warehousing and logistics services in the UK. They have identified an often overlooked problem that every warehouse on the planet - even when occupied - has under-utilised space in it for large periods of time. And though warehouses are in high demand, the processes within warehousing are opaque, time-consuming, and leave a lot to be desired in terms of pricing. Stowga enables dead space to be monetised. Stowga is successfully working with some of UK's leading retailers since its launch in 2016.
The WIRED Retail Startup Showcase has in the past, showcased companies at their inception stage who have later gone ahead to successfully disrupt the dynamics of traditional business models. Some of the companies previously featured include audio distribution platform SoundCloud, retarget marketing company Criteo, personalised snack subscription Graze, and cloud-based file-sharing WeTransfer (For more information visit http://www.wired.co.uk/article/wired-retail-2017-startups
Stowga is the on-demand marketplace for buying and selling warehousing and logistics services. The worlds most progressive companies use Stowga to radically alter the economics of their supply chains through clever trading of capacity, dynamically scaling their logistics needs in line with their business needs.