Tamebay Event Calendar for Sept/Oct 2013

The next couple of months are pretty busy as we come into the Autumn conference season. Dan and I will be doing a lot of criss crossing the country meeting up with sellers whenever possible and look forward to catching up with a lot of old friends at the same time. Just so you know where we’ll be and don’t miss out on any events you’d like to attend here’s the dates for the next two months:

ECMOD Direct Commerce Live, London – September 17th – 18th

ECMODFor 23 years the organisers of ECMOD have delivered a show which combines the sharing of knowledge from inspirational speakers in the two day conference, with an exhibition which brings together the systems, services, technology and expertise to address the ever changing needs of the multi-channel retailer.

Taking place at London Olympia Conference Centre & East Hall, entrance to the exhibition is free of charge although the conference is chargeable.

eSellerPro Seller Update Manchester, Bristol and London – September 17th, 18th, 19th

eSellerProeSellerPro are getting on the road this year, expanding their reach to Manchester, Bristol and London making it easier for even more sellers to attend the eSellerPro Seller Update event.

They aim to deliver more granular information to you, and filling the day with measurable ways on how to improve your business and your bottom line. Primarily aimed at eSellerPro users, free tickets are limited to one attendee per company, although you can purchase additional places at £50 per head if spots are available. Although the events start tomorrow it’s not too late to book if you’re quick.

Invest NI Selling through Online Marketplaces workshop – September 24th – 26th

PrintI’m heading over to Northern Ireland this week to speak at the Invest NI Selling through Online Marketplaces workshops. There are two workshops a day, one for beginners in morning and an advanced session in the afternoons. I’m hoping to open the eyes of local retailers to why they should consider selling on marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon and give some practical tips on how to get started.

I had a great time meeting businesses earlier in the year when I was in Northern Ireland and looking forward to more of the same.

Ecommerce Expo, London – October 2nd – 3rd

Ecommerce ExpoEcommerce Expo runs over two days at the beginning of October. Taking place at London’s Olympia, over 180 suppliers including market leaders in ecommerce, mcommerce, social commerce, digital marketing, mobile, fulfilment, delivery, payments, security will be exhibiting. And best of all, you can source all these solutions under one roof!

There will also be 50+ seminar sessions across four theatres, in topic specific streams making this one of the annual events really worth attending.

Online Seller Meetup, London – October 2nd

iwoca MeetupThe next Online Seller Meetup will take place in the Blue Anchor in Hammersmith on the evening of Ecommerce Expo.

If you’re in London anyway make sure that you don’t miss the last London Meetup before Christmas. As usual there will be some interesting talks by industry experts as well as some complimentary beers and nibbles provided by our friends at iwoca.

Internet Retailing Conference, London – October 16th

Internet RetailingWith 3 streams, 8 free workshops and a packed exhibition hall, the Internet Retailing Conference is one of the must attend events of the year. The four key topics that those attending the conference sessions are: TouchPoints, Customer Behaviour & Expectations, Requirements and The Future.

Whilst the conference is chargeable, the workshops are free for retailers, as is the exhibition and networking.

Online Seller Meetup, Edinburgh – October 24th

iwoca MeetupThis will be the first the Online Seller Meetup travels to the Scottish Capital, Edinburgh!

Shaf Rasul (the Online Dragon) will be talking and if you’re in Scotland and have always complained that all of the events are down South, here’s an event just for you. I’ve already booked my flight so I’ll be there and I’m looking forward to meeting up with some Scottish online sellers.