Online Seller Wales event – Newport, 16/7/14

By Dan Wilson June 15, 2014 - 9:52 pm

Online Seller Wales has a number of events coming up, not least one in Newport on 16th July.

It looks like an interesting event with talks on how to revive your eBay sales, trading internationally and a look at Google Shopping Vs. Amazon product ads.

The Newport event will be on 16th of July. For full details and registration stuff check out the page here. All I’m hearing is good stuff about these events.

And don’t take my word for it. Organiser Prabhat Shah has been inviting attendees to share their experiences of the events and it’s clear there are plenty of happy people. Check out some testimonials here.

Online Seller Wales also have two other dates that might be of interest. There’s also a meeting in Bristol on Saturday 28th June.

Of the Bristol event they say: “We’ll be starting this event off with a Brightpearl customer story from ‘Blue Web Retail’ one of Brightpearl’s fastest growing customers. We’ll hear about their day-to-day experience of running an international multi-channel retail business. Impressively Blue Web Retail have grown over 280% in the past three years and they’ll be sharing some actionable advice and insight with you, so come along to find out more. This will follow on with practical topics in Internet Retailing that will help you grow (or start!) your online business. Expect to meet like minded entrepreneurs and industry experts and hear the latest trends in the industry.” Find out more here.

Also, later in July they’re hitting Cardiff again.

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