The Wholesale Forums 8th Birthday Competition

By Chris Dawson July 4, 2012 - 7:18 pm

Our Chums at The Wholesale Forums are celebrating their 8th Anniversary, which I guess in ecommerce terms makes them quite middle aged and established! Huge congratulations from all at Tamebay for their longevity, they have a great site which is perfect for either finding new suppliers or possibly even more importantly the ability to connect with other forum users and check out their experiences with a potential supplier that you’re thinking of using.

To celebrate their 8th anniversary The Wholesale Forums have competition running with prizes of an iPad, Terapeak Memberships, Salehoo packages and Amazon vouchers. To enter the competition you first need to either be a member of The Wholesale Forums, or Like The Wholesale Forums on Facebook. Then the winners will be judged on the best answers to “What is the best business advice you have ever received?”

From all the entries The Wholesale forums will choose the top five answers based on Content, Uniqueness and Creativity. The sponsors of the competition – Brightpearl, Terapeak and Salehoo will then select the winning three entries.

Once again congratulations to The Wholesale Forums on their anniversary – Keep up the good work.

  • 9 years ago

    Thank you so much for the greetings Tamebay, would not have reached 8 years if not for our community members and industry friends like you 🙂



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