Summer Online Seller Network meetup Thursday this week

By Chris Dawson May 21, 2018 - 9:00 am

Come and meet Tamebay at the Summer Online Seller Network meetup taking place on Thursday (24th May) this week in Covent Garden, London. Dan and I will both be there along with some of the Tamebay team from the office, so if there’s something you’ve been wanting to bend our ear about come and see us in person.

The format for the evening will run along the normal lines for the Online Seller Network meetups – neither we nor our joint host, The Wholesale Community are fans of long talks so there won’t be any. Our event sponsor WorldFirst will say hello but not until you’ve had the opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine and then it will be straight into the panel session.

Our guest panelists will be the event sponsors WorldFirst, Ted Hettich – CSO of the Fruugo international marketplace and Chris Dawson from Tamebay – moderated by Helen Parker from The Wholesale Community and of course we’ll be inviting you to ask questions of all the experts – the panel sessions are generally fast paced and it’s all about giving you the opportunity to participate should you wish to.

After the panel session it’s back to the networking with wine, beer and some nibbles in a lovely business meeting room environment. If you didn’t get to ask your question (or were too shy to put your hand up) then the panelists will still be there so you’ll be able to collar them in person.

The event starts at 6.30pm and wraps up around 9pm and, although it’s free to attend, you’ll need to register in advance as places are limited. We hope to see you there!

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