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eBay and Khaos to speak at
Online Seller Network 8th March

By Chris Dawson February 26, 2018 - 5:19 pm

We’re thrilled to announce that both eBay and Khaos Control will be on the panel at the Online Seller Network 8th March, the first event for 2018.

Taking place in London (1 Mercer Street, WC2H 9QJ) on the evening of March the 8th, Charlotte Davies from eBay‘s Marketing Lab, who led the Mashable pilot, will be sharing some insights around innovation and how eBay are extending their reach from the eBay website to other platforms.

Charlotte will be joined by Jason Thickpenny from the all-in-one multichannel solution Khaos Control and myself, Chris Dawson from Tamebay, to talk about how online sellers can best adapt to profit from new technologies. Helen Parker from The Wholesale Forums will moderate the panel and of course we’ll be inviting you to ask questions.

The Online Seller Network is the best free networking and learning event for UK Online Sellers. It is your opportunity to learn how to improve your online sales from industry leaders followed by discussion and relaxed networking over food and a couple of free drinks.

There is no cost to attend, but the venue has limited capacity so to reserve your place you’ll need to sign up on the Online Seller network website.

The event starts at 6pm so we look forward to seeing you on the 8th!

  • 12 months ago

    Booked!

    See you there!

  • Paul S
    12 months ago

    Ebay and Khaos? Makes a change from the usual ebay and chaos.

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