iwoca to host panel of commercial eBay sellers at Catalyst

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There are only a couple of weeks left until the biggest marketplaces/ecommerce conference in the UK this year. ChannelAdvisor Catalyst is on the 28th – 29th May in London and news is just in of a panel discussion where some of the fastest growing eBay businesses will share the secrets of their success.

John Pemberton, founder & CEO of GMDC Global, a leading online seller of designer clothes; Alistair White, founder & CEO of Ultimate Styling, a leading car parts internet retailer; and Maksim Burdilov, founder & CEO of Smart Parts, a leading online seller of electronics in the UK who are all eBay Top Rated Sellers will provide an insight into how they have built their businesses and how they are positioning them going forwards in order to capture the enormous future growth in the e-commerce sector.

The panel is in partnership with iwoca, and the ecommerce experts shed light on the role access to finance plays in expanding their businesses. Industry specialist Anthony Trollope, founder & CEO of The Wholesale Forum, the UK’s leading wholesale community will also be on the panel so if you want to discover how to accelerate your business this is one session not to miss at Catalyst.

7 Responses

  1. still cant grasp why any one would want to tell others how to compete and become a potential challenge to their business

  2. “leading online seller of designer clothes” You are having a complete laugh here aren’t you?

  3. What? DM’s aren’t designer clothes? Argh…I’ve been misled all these years! :-s

    Sorry, a bit of a screwup on our side there.

  4. We’re really excited to be part of iwoca’s panel and expect to learn a lot from this year’s event.

    Thanks for mentioning TWF Chris (Tamebay) ๐Ÿ™‚

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