“Retail Without Borders” in London 23/3/2016

By Chris Dawson March 3, 2016 - 10:08 am

Pentagon’s Fashion without Borders show is expanding to include a “Retail Without Borders” conference running alongside Fashion Without Borders, which takes places on the 23rd March this year.

Retail Without Borders has grown out of the Fashion Without Borders brand, in the aim to help retailers of all product verticals discover how to accelerate their global sales and brand awareness. Marketplaces presenting will including Trade Me, eBay, Ozon, Flipkart, Allegro, Amazon India and Modnakasta.

As well as a session on marketplaces from across the globe, there is a session specifically on French Retail where you can meet leading French Marketplaces CDiscount, Priceminister and Fnac.

For retailers who are only looking to dip their toe in the water, there will be an eBay Masterclass that will provide an overview of the latest eBay updates, best practices, how to implement GTINs and the eBay cross-border trade programme.

If you were put off attending Fashion Without Borders because you’re not a fashion retailer, in truth you would have still benefited from the event. Now with a specific stream focusing on general retail around the world there no reason not to book your ticket for the 23rd. Retail Without Borders is being held at the QEII Centre in Westminster, London.

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