Webinar: Using overseas marketplaces to best effect

By Chris Dawson January 3, 2019 - 2:21 pm

With the busy fourth quarter and Christmas out of the way, it’s time to start planning for 2019 and where the best opportunities to grow sales are. With Brexit still full of uncertainty, there is still the rest of the world to consider where trading opportunities will remain relatively stable and overseas marketplaces are ripe for exploitation.

On Wednesday the 15th of January, we’ll be joined by WorldFirst in a webinar to present cross border trade opportunities and how to use overseas marketplaces to best effect. The webinar will use real world examples based on territories where online sellers are already seeing success and the overseas marketplaces which they are trading on. The aim is to give you insight into marketplaces you can make a move on today and start selling immediately.

The webinar will also feature a case study of a real online retailer – Price Right Home. Their cross border marketplace sales broke the £1m barrier very shortly after beginning to sell on European and US platforms a few years ago and they’ve enjoyed considerable success selling on various global non-Amazon marketplaces and into Australia and New Zealand in the last couple of years.

You’ll need to register to attend the webinar which will also enable us to send you a reminder alert on the day that the webinar takes place. If you can’t attend in person on the 15th of January at 11am, register to receive a recording of the webinar to watch later.

The webinar is based on the findings of a White Paper – How to master International success – which is free to download.

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