Webinar – Selling in France presented by Sixte de Romblay

By Chris Dawson September 30, 2020 - 4:00 pm

RegisterAt 11am this Thursday, the 1st of October you have an opportunity to discover everything you need to know about selling in France from the biggest French domestic marketplace – Cdiscount. Our guest speaker, Sixte de Romblay will walk you through the French ecommerce market and reveal the differences between French and UK consumers.

French consumers have some specific behaviours and shopping habits to take into account and so in the webinar we will discuss their expectations and how you can meet them to be successful selling in France. You’ll also discover what attracts 12,000 international and French marketplace merchants to sell on Cdiscount in France.

Sixte de Romblay is in his third year at Cdiscount, a marketplace which boasts 20 million unique visitors per month offering a wide range of 65 million products. As part of the marketplace executive team at Cdiscount, he manages the business focused on technical product categories.

You’ll also have the opportunity to have your questions answered in our Q&A at the end of the webinar.

Topics in the webinar will include:

  • The business potential of the French market
  • Essential tips to succeed
  • Focus on the French ecommerce leader

Click here to reserve your place and then make sure you’re ready with a cup of tea at 11am on Thursday when the webinar starts!

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