Last call for the Tamebay Editor’s webinar – 2019 update

By Chris Dawson January 22, 2019 - 5:00 pm

This Wednesday afternoon at 2pm, the Tamebay Editor’s webinar will take place where we’ll give you an update of everything you need to know for 2019, what to expect from the year ahead and lessons learned in 2018.

This is a must attend webinar – there are no sponsors, no pitches, just the Tamebay Editors sharing what’s in store for the year ahead.

You can expect to get updates on the UK’s main marketplaces – Amazon, eBay and Etsy, discover the latest on virtual assistants and how they have started and will continue to change the way that we shop as well as delve into artificial intelligence and how big data is changing the way we search and hence what’s important for your product listings on marketplaces and your website. We’ll also look at the threats to your business (with the exception of Brexit where the honest answer is we haven’t got a clue what might happen) and we’ll give you tips to protect your business from the ever increasing competition.

Naturally there will be time at the end of the Webinar for questions and if you already have some advance questions please feel free to drop them in comments below. We will aim to get through as many Tamebay reader questions as time permits during the webinar.

You’ll need to register in advance to attend this webinar – numbers are limited and over 150 Tamebay readers have already signed up to attend. If you can’t make it at 2pm on Wednesday when the webinar starts, if you sign up we can email you a link to re-watch the webinar at a time to suit you as soon as it’s over.

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