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“Expanding to New Zealand” Webinar 24th July

By Chris Dawson July 22, 2014 - 11:23 am

Trade MeWe’ve had a lot of comments about Trade Me, from interested readers, many along the lines of “but they won’t let me sell on Trade Me from the UK” (they will if they like your products….)

To help you get started, ChannelAdvisor are hosting a webinar with Trade Me. The webinar, titled ‘Expanding to New Zealand: A Retailer’s Guide’ will take place on Thursday, 24 July 2014 at 2 p.m. BST. During this presentation Hamish Macdonald, Trade Me’s global development manager, and Lily Hsu, business analyst at ChannelAdvisor, will offer advice on how UK retailers should approach expansion.

Accounting for 70 percent of New Zealand’s domestic webpage impressions, Trade Me has an unprecedented knowledge of the New Zealand market. The webinar will cover:

  • A snapshot of New Zealand’s e-commerce market
  • The opportunity for UK retailers
  • Practicalities of expansion
  • How to get started

If you’d like to attend the webinar and have a chance to have you questions about Trade Me and New Zealand answered, you’ll need to register in advance.

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