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Future of ecommerce from a retailer and industry insiders perspective

By Chris Dawson September 8, 2021 - 8:30 am

If you missed today’s webinar on the future of ecommerce, selling when it’s not on your own website, then it’s now available to rewatch at your leisure.

The future of ecommerce is pretty exciting, but you’ll be pleased to know that the webinar kept to practicalities with a healthy dose of realism. Whilst there are exciting new channels such as social media, messaging services, and search engines all promising a new world of places to transact, it comes down to the old question of marketplaces and which you should be selling on. Yes, of course, the answer is all of them, but the reality is that it’s hard work and where should you be putting your efforts first?

And as well as the desire to sell on new channels, we also discuss what technology and processes you need to put in place to engage with both new and existing channels. Are the solutions ready today to embrace not just marketplaces but other platforms and what do you need to make a success of these new opportunities?

Industry experts Andrew Norman the Managing Director of ShipStation International, Callum Campbell the CEO of Linnworks, and Håkan Thyr the Chief Revenue Officer at Fruugo were able to give a perspective from the solution provider and marketplace side, whilst David Brackin who is Managing Director of Stuff U Sell and provided pragmatic insights from a retailer’s perspective.

You can rewatch the webinar below, or on TamebayTV on YouTube:

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

Fruugo

Fruugo is a global marketplace with dedicated websites for 46 countries including the UK, most of Europe, parts of Asia and also Australia and New Zealand.

ShipStation

ShipStation, the leading web-based shipping software.

Stuff U Sell

Stuff U Sell is the UK’s leading eBay Trading Assistant, offering an end-to-end selling service for businesses and individuals.

Linnworks

Linnworks is an eCommerce platform that enables online sellers to automate key processes, reduce costs, and grow their revenue. Order and inventory management software with 150+ marketplace and courier integrations

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