Make your views known in our International Expansion Survey

By Chris Dawson August 23, 2018 - 4:00 pm

We are currently running a Tamebay International Expansion Survey and are particularly interested in the views of sellers who turn over £1m a year or more. The survey was commissioned with GFS, specialist in enterprise carrier management, to discover more about how you currently manage you carriers and the challenges you face in shipping not just in the UK but around the world.

If you are a seller scaling your business and selling overseas we want to hear from you and will be focussing on three particular areas:

  • The challenges to international growth, and where delivery sits within that
  • How retailers plan to overcome these challenges
  • What you consider to be most important international overseas territories now that we have Brexit

We will be collating the anonymised submissions to the survey with a view to presenting the results in a webinar in early Autumn to discuss the challenges that Brexit may bring and how retailers can prepare, and of course taking a look at the upcoming Black Friday peak selling season and how carrier management can ensure a trouble free Q4.

£100 Amazon Voucher winners

As a thank you for taking part in the survey, we will be holding a weekly prize draw with £100 Amazon gift card up for grabs. The draw will take place once a week for four weeks with everyone who has completed the survey entered, so the sooner you enter the more chances you’ll have to win.

The names drawn for the first two weeks are Morten from Onogo and James from XS Items and they will soon be receiving their £100 gift cards. To be in with a chance of winning in the next two draws, you can complete the Tamebay International Expansion Survey here, and thanks in advance for your input which as always we really appreciate.

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