Tamebay Live – The week and how to watch again

By Chris Dawson May 21, 2021 - 4:52 pm

With around 1,200 retailers, brands and merchants registering for Tamebay Live – the week saw 35 sessions over 5 days, 54 speakers, 6 co-hosts from Hurricane, ecommotors, GFS and ShipStation, and 1 title sponsor – eBay, this has been an amazing week of learning and education. We hope you not only enjoyed the week but took away actionable insights with which you can make a real difference to your business for the future.

With so many masterclasses, workshops and discussions, we know it wasn’t possible for you to attend every session and so in the very near future we’ll be making recordings of all the presentations available to rewatch at If you’ve not yet registered, it’s not too late – so register here to be informed as soon as the recordings become available.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our presenting partners, our co hosts and our title sponsor eBay for making this week possible. So many have given their time to create content and then present and without exception there was something to learn in every session. We’d especially like to thank all of the Tamebay Live presenting partners for making themselves available to answer live questions from attendees at the end of each session.

I’d also like to extend a personal thanks to the teams from our parent organisation InternetRetailing and RetailX who have been working behind the scenes to ensure smooth running of the week with a special thank you to Mark who oversaw the event and Fiona who as Operations Director of Tamebay Live has worked tirelessly on the minutiae of timings and ensuring everyone was in the right place at the right time. Our presenting partners will also have met our tech partners from the Totem team who’s platform we used so thank you to Gail and Nathan for greeting presenters and ensuring the smooth running of the event.

So what’s next for Tamebay? Well from Monday, Lauren and I will be back at our desks writing editorial so please do keep the tips and article ideas coming in. We’ll be focusing on the future on selling on marketplaces, social media, messaging platforms and search engine selling opportunities. Then, as more normal times return, we’d love to welcome you back with our presenting partners in the future – hopefully with an in-person event where we can meet up to learn and network together.

We hope you’ve enjoyed the week, and once again thank you to you for showing up, our presenting partners for their vast knowledge, our co-hosts who have helped to run the week and finally to the amazing speakers from our title sponsor eBay.

Tamebay Live is closing, but we’ll see you back here on first thing Monday morning.

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Featured in this article from the Tamebay Guide – companies that can help you grow and manage your business.

Hurricane Modular Commerce

Hurricane offers a suite of API solutions to aid global shipping export and import costs, as well as staying compliant in an ever changing customs regulatory market


ShipStation, the leading web-based shipping software.


eBay’s mission is to be the world’s favourite destination for discovering great value and unique selection


GFS powers delivery from checkout to doorstep – anywhere in the world.


ecommotors is the only provider of integrated ecommerce services and software systems for brands, manufacturers, distributors and resellers of automotive parts, tools and accessories who want sustainable online sales growth.

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