October Online Seller Network on Thursday this week

By Chris Dawson October 24, 2017 - 9:01 am

If you’ve not registered for the October Online Seller Network taking place this Thursday, 26th October then it’s not too late to reserve your spot.

We’ve two fantastic speakers in the shape of Rob Bassett, an eight year eBay veteran and now eBay Sales Director, who will be joined by Lorna Beament – Marketplace Engagement Manager at GS1 UK who brings real world marketplace experience from her time at Mothercare, Boohoo and Dune.

There will be plenty of time for socialising over a few drinks and nibbles (we’ve put the wine and beer order in!) and it’s a fantastic opportunity to mingle with your industry peers and friends in a relaxed environment before the weekend.

After you’ve had time to settle in and refresh your glass, Ted Wigzell from Your Business Community will open the event and Helen from The Wholesale forums will join Rob and Laura on the panel to answer your questions and I’ll be there as the moderator.

The Online Seller Network starts at 6pm and will run through to 9pm giving plenty of time to get home at the end of the evening… or of course to migrate to a Covent Garden pub to continue the evening.

Sign up to attend the October Online Seller Network

You do need to sign up to attend, but it’s totally free for retailers – we just need to know who’s coming to make sure we can accommodate everyone so sign up today.

  • Really sorry I can’t make this – any plans to come to Newcastle soon? Come and have a pint of Newcastle Brown Ale in the Toon? 🙂

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