Webinar: Why and when to expand abroad

By Chris Dawson October 17, 2018 - 4:37 pm

If you’ve not yet registered for our webinar Understanding the international selling trigger – why and when to expand abroad, it’s time to do so to reserve your place. Taking place next Wednesday the 24th of October at 11am, this webinar will look at how to recognise the triggers that indicate you are ready for explosive overseas sales and how to get started.

The webinar is based on the findings presented in a white paper How to master International success, published in partnership with WorldFirst. The white paper is packed with real life experiences from successful Tamebay readers and we’ll be sharing their insights in the webinar.

This will be the first webinar in a series of three:
24th October – Understanding the international selling trigger – why and when to expand abroad
14th November – Making the right choice on where to trade abroad
5th December – How to use Marketplaces to best effect

In this first ‘How To Master International Success’ webinar, we will show you:

  • The size of the opportunity selling overseas compared to the UK market
  • The telltale signs your business could be prime for international growth
  • The various methods of researching and entering overseas markets
  • The anatomy of a successful international launch

The webinar will be presented by Craig Agutter. Having spent over a decade working closely with online retailers and marketplace sellers, Craig now heads up the Corporate Online and Ecommerce client teams at WorldFirst, the international payments experts.

Reserve your place

Reserve your place for the first when to expand abroad webinar, which will take place on Wednesday the 24th of October at 11am. If you can’t make the date then still register and as soon as the webinar is over we’ll send you a link to watch at your leisure.

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