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Register for Tamebay Live – Day 2 speakers

By Chris Dawson April 12, 2021 - 8:00 am

If you’ve not yet registered for Tamebay Live, sponsored by eBay then it’s time to do so to reserve your place. Tamebay Live will take place from the 17th to 21st of May and is a major Tamebay educational programme designed to help you accelerate your marketplace business in 2021. Registration is free and today we are announcing Tamebay live Day 2 speakers, so sign up to reserve your place today.

In one week, there will be 30 workshops and masterclasses delivered by some of the most experienced people in ecommerce. On day 2, cohosted by ecommotors, will look at the growing your business and achieving rapid expansion. Today we reveal new speakers who will include ChannelAdvisor, eBay, ecommotors, Volo, ShipStation, ParcelHub and Intentwise.

Enter £75 Amazon voucher draw for completing a survey

SurveyBefore we dive into the Tamebay live Day 2 speakers, we need your help – Volo are running a survey looking at the the barriers to long term ecommerce growth, the results of which will be presented at Tamebay Live. Please take five minutes to complete the survey and you could win one of two £75 Amazon vouchers for taking part! Start the survey here.

Tamebay Live Day 2

ChannelAdvisor

The hugely knowledgeable Izabela Catiru will unveil secrets to successful advertising on eBay and Amazon. Izabela will walk through the blind-spots and how to “manage” them, common ad spend wasters and how to prevent them, advanced tips to successfully advertise on Amazon and eBay, how to safely expand your investment for the best return and how to harness advertising data to optimise listing organic performance.

ecommotors

Andrew Rowson of ecommotors will lead a panel discussion exploring why data is the foundation for embracing the customer journey, what the main marketplaces require, the tools at your disposal to optimise marketplaces search and what you should be doing next.

eBay

Harmony Murphy and Sylvie Walker will look at how the death of the cookie and an even greater focus on brands and sellers has reinvigorated advertising solutions on eBay. From richer targeting solutions and access to more powerful insights to advertising placements reserved solely for sellers, eBay reveals what’s coming next.

ShipStation

Claire Milligan from ShipStation will take to the stage to examine how to scale your business with seamless fulfilment and shipping.

Parcelhub

James Hayes wil examine best practice for retailers investing in customer service. If you want to learn how to turn delivery issues into 5-star reviews, what are the different types of delivery problems, what do consumers want from delivery and learnings from proactive vs reactive customer service then this is the session for you.

Intentwise

Sreenath K. Reddy will be looking at Amazon Sponsored Products and Sponsored Brands with best practices, dos and don’ts.

ecommotors

This interview between Chris Dawson of Tamebay and Tony Kyberd of ecommotors and Volo, will present very recent research into the barriers to long term ecommerce growth during what is an increasingly uncertain and turbulent era. We’ll talk about ecommerce priorities, what we’ve seen work well and what a success plan looks like.

Tamebay Live RegistrationRegister for Tamebay Live

We’ll be announcing more speakers and marketplaces that who be presenting soon, so to ensure you don’t miss out, register today!

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