Newegg Global Seller Summit returns this June for its fourth year

By Sasha Fedorenko April 3, 2019 - 10:00 am

Newegg Global Seller Summit is returning on 11th of June for its fourth year with a focus on globally positioned marketplaces. It’s inviting UK and EU companies wanting to sell into the US and beyond to attend practical, interactive and educational opportunity at Kings Place, London.

The event aims to give online sellers the applicable knowledge and tools necessary to expand their businesses to the North & Latin American, European, Middle Eastern, Asian and Oceania markets. The Summit will feature keynote sessions, panel discussions, practical workshops, and one-on-one time with key industry leaders and the Newegg team.

Sellers will get a chance to connect with more than 400 like-minded individuals who face similar challenges and goals when it comes to ecommerce. They can also expect direct access to ecommerce experts and Newegg partners for a full–day of knowledge sharing and networking.

Selling internationally is an important goal for many e-commerce companies, but expanding into new geographies can be daunting. Our Seller Summit presents a great opportunity for sellers with global aspirations to learn about selling cross-border and network with vendors that remove barriers and open new markets.”
– Danny Lee, CEO, Newegg

Merchants are welcomed to register to for free and take advantage of insightful keynotes and hands-on workshops.

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