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Fashion Without Borders 23rd March 2016

By Chris Dawson January 20, 2016 - 12:26 pm

Fashion Without Borders 23rd March 2016We Are Pentagon‘s superb Fashion Without Borders event is returning to London this Spring. Every retailer, especially fashion retailers, who are interested in selling overseas must attend this event.

This free full day event at the QEII Conference Centre in London introduces speakers from some of the world’s leading online marketplaces, who will discuss the ecommerce landscape in their respective markets and explore how you can fast track your international growth through their platforms

Commenting on the last Fashion Without Borders event, regular Tamebay reader Stuart said “It was a total eye opener on just what opportunities are out there for quick EU and worldwide expansion through marketplaces“.

We’re in full agreement with Stuart and are already looking forward to being introduced to a raft of marketplaces around the world, many of which are new opportunities for UK retailers.

As well as the presentation from senior marketplace execs, there’s plenty of time of networking and one of the most gratifying aspects of the Fashion Without Borders events is that the speakers stay to mingle and are more than happy to talk to you during the coffee breaks.

Book your tickets now before they all sell out. It’s free for retailers to attend and if you’ve the slightest interest in selling overseas this is one event you will definitely find worth taking time out of your business to attend.

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