Typical Month: February
Typical Location: Palm Springs, CA
Estimated Number of Booths: 150-200
Conference Hashtag: #etailwest
One of the top trade shows for eCommerce and multi-channel retailers is coming back to Palm Springs from February 19 – 22, 2019. eTail West will be held at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa, and the event will feature insights and tips from some of the world’s biggest retailers.
The ultimate goals of eTail West are to inspire attendees, share new industry innovations, provide tips to help businesses increase their profits, and help professionals develop new connections within the retail industry.
Here’s a preview of the 2019 speaker line-up:
With over 2,500 anticipated attendees, 1,200 retailers, 200 speakers, and 22 hours of networking, the 2019 eTail West is sure to be a hot industry event. Also, don’t forget that eTail West is the perfect opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors to connect with eCommerce leads. List Genius is an ideal tool to use to prepare for trade shows.
eTail West will be taking place at the picturesque JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. Staying at this luxurious resort will allow you to be right in the middle of all of the action. But fair warning – these rooms full up quickly! If you need to find other accommodations, or you simply want to check out some other options, here are a few nearby hotels for you to consider.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Palm Desert (1.8 mi) – Just 11 miles from the Palm Springs International Airport and a four minute drive away from the eTail West event, these suites will provide convenience and a relaxing environment during your stay.
Hampton Inn & Suites Palm Desert (2.2 mi) – Offering affordable rates and a five minute drive to the trade show venue, this is the hotel for you if you are looking for a budget-friendly and convenient option.
Omni Ranchos Las Palmas Resort & Spa (4 mi) – Less than 10 minutes away from the trade show venue, this resort is convenient, luxurious, and full of amenities.
Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa (4.6 mi) – The rooms, suites, and luxury villas at this resort are the perfect place to unwind after a day at the trade show. You can sip a margarita by the pool, head on over to the tennis courts, or treat yourself to a relaxing treatment at the spa.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort Palm Springs (11 mi) – Located at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains, this resort provides stunning views and a peaceful environment. Once the trade show is over, you can relax at the pool, treat yourself to a spa treatment, or play a round of golf.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort Palm Springs – Not only does this resort feature luxurious accommodations, but it also has 23,000 square feet of event space available. Whether you want to host an intimate networking event in one of the hospitality suites or a formal dinner outside, the team can fulfill all of your requests.
Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa – If you are hosting 20 guests or less, private dining at this Palms Spring resort is an excellent option. With vibrant food and refreshing cocktails, you can even create a custom menu for all of your guests to enjoy.
Morton’s The Steakhouse – Whether you want to treat 20 or 80 of your business prospects or colleagues to a private dining experience, Morton’s can make it happen. With great food, great service, and great company, your event is sure to be a success.
Pacifica Seafood Restaurant – Offering some of the freshest seafood in the Palm Springs area, this casual restaurant features innovative dishes, an award-winning wine list, and an international vodka menu.
In mid-February, the temperatures in Palm Springs tend to be pretty mild. The average high is typically right around 77 degrees, while the average low falls to around 50 degrees. With sunshine, low humidity, and slim chances of rain, this is a great time to visit the Palm Springs area.
You have several options when it comes to getting around in the Palm Springs area. The New SunLine public bus system is an easy and inexpensive option for visitors, with adult fares only being $1.00. There are also plenty of cab services in the area, or you can rent your own vehicle. One fun option is available from Via Green Cars. These low-speed vehicles provide you with a unique, open air experience as you cruise through Palm Springs. And yes, they are street legal.
El Paseo Shopping District – This shopping center truly has it all. You can visit unique art galleries, add a few new pieces to your wardrobe from some of the chic boutiques, treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry, and enjoy a gourmet meal.
Living Desert Zoo and Gardens – This attraction and conservation allows you to explore the various deserts of the world. You can feed the giraffes, view a spectacular butterfly exhibit, observe a mountain lion, watch golden eagles, and more.
Palm Spring Aerial Tramway – While you are in the Palm Springs area, you have to experience the world’s largest rotating tram car. This will take you over 2 ½ miles along the Chino Canyon cliffs, with a final destination at the Mt. San Jacinto State Park.
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