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Tamebay Oceania Survey – 1st voucher winner

By Chris Dawson July 4, 2019 - 10:00 am

This summer we are commissioning a number of research pieces each of which will focus on different areas of your business to better direct editorial. The first of these is the Tamebay Oceania survey and thank you if you’ve already completed it. If you haven’t you can take the survey here.

The Tamebay Oceania Survey is in partnership with Asendia & wnDirect who are supplying £100 of Amazon vouchers and we are doing a draw for the next four weeks with everyone that completes the Tamebay Oceania Survey included in the draw. The winner of the first draw is Richard from Redditch who will be receiving his £100 Amazon vouchers shortly.

With eBay having ruled the roost down under for many years, the ecommerce landscape has been disrupted by the arrival of Amazon a couple of years ago. Then there are established marketplaces such as Catch in Australia and Trade Me in New Zealand as well as of course, Alibaba’s offerings including Lazada which they now own.

In the Tamebay Oceania Survey, we’re interested to find out which marketplaces you already sell on, how you fulfil orders and just as importantly if you don’t tell to territories down under what’s deterring you. Is it the time it takes for deliveries to arrive, the cost, regulations, taxes and tariffs, or language barriers?

The Tamebay Oceania Survey is just 14 questions long and shouldn’t take more than a few minutes of your time to complete. Click here to start the survey

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