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Enter the eBay for Business Awards UK

By Chris Dawson July 13, 2017 - 9:12 am

With the news that there are more eBay Millionaires in the UK than ever before, the first ever eBay for Business Awards UK launch today sparking the hunt for the next generation of eBay successes.

Are you an eBay business with a great story to tell? Or are you an entrepreneur or small business with a great product or idea, keen to get online and sell to the world (even if you don’t yet sell on eBay)? Is so eBay want to hear from you before the 13th of August 2017.

Small businesses are at the heart of what eBay do, the soul of communities across the UK and they are the backbone of the economy. eBay are looking for the best of the best for a series of unique awards that will recognise the top talent on eBay – and the businesses yet to get online too.

Prizes on offer for the best entries include up to £5,000 cash and a trip to visit the USA to meet eBay’s top team in the United States. All winners will win development prizes that will help them to get online, and supercharge their presence online.

You can enter the eBay for Business Awards UK here.

“The businesses trading on eBay make us who we are, and I’m delighted that we are helping even more of them hit the million pound mark. Now we want to meet the next generation. Through the eBay for Business Awards, we want to hear from the best and the brightest businesses up and down the country. Whether they are just getting started with a new invention or already an established trader, we want to recognise UK talent and boost the online presence of even more of this country’s entrepreneurs.”
– Rob Hattrell, Vice President of eBay UK

  • Ian
    1 week ago

    I get the joke. When you click on the link it takes you to a 404 error!

    • 1 week ago

      Sorry Ian, a typo, I’ve corrected the link :-)

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