Sign up for the Tamebay International Growth Webinar

By Chris Dawson September 20, 2018 - 8:30 am

On the 17th of October, Tamebay are joining forces with GFS to present an International Growth Webinar which you’re invited to attend. This is no ordinary webinar, it’s based on the findings of a survey of Tamebay readers and we’ll be presenting the results and setting the stage for where real online retailers are finding success and where they are struggling.

We surveyed some of the largest UK online merchants with turnovers ranging from £1M to £10M+, including members of the Tamebay £1m Seller Club, to find out their plans for international growth over the next two years, which markets they plan to target and, what they saw as the biggest barriers to overseas growth. In the webinar we will be presenting anonymised results from the Tamebay International Expansion Survey and reveal where your competitors are seeing the greatest success and what challenges they face in expanding overseas.

With Brexit fast approaching and still no clear indication of what the shape of trading with Europe will be, it’s prudent to consider your options and get a plan in place for alternative countries to target. Of course we’re all hopeful that trading with our European neighbours will continue uninterrupted, but some of the issues retailers face trading around the world could come into play in Europe as well so you’ll want a strategy to deal with this.

This webinar is designed for sellers who want to scale their businesses or are already operating at scale and are serious about accelerating their international revenues. Register today to reserve your place and if you’re unable to attend on the day we’ll make sure you get access to a recording to watch at your leisure.

The webinar takes place at 2pm on the 17th of October.

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