Chance to attend eBay Seller Council 26th July

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If you’re interested in meeting with eBay and letting them know how you’d like the site to develop then there’s an opportunity to do so at the next Seller Council.

eBay would like to know more about what changes sellers would most like to see on eBay in 2013 (and beyond). The next eBay Seller Council meeting is asking sellers about their ideas of what the future could look like. As there are some spaces available for the next session, eBay would love to hear from sellers who are interested in taking part.

eBay Seller Council is a new way of consulting with sellers on changes to the platform and how these changes are communicated. The Council has representation across different business types. The main purpose of the Council is to give eBay honest and open feedback on changes so that eBay can test and refine ideas, and shape future thinking. Meetings also include on a seller knowledge session on a topic suggested in previous meetings.

The next Seller Council session is on the morning of Thursday 26th July in London.

If you’re interested in being a part of the eBay Seller Council and are free on the 26th July then let us know your Name, eBay User ID, Your main trading category, Telephone number and Email address through the TameBay Contact Form and we’ll forward your details to eBay.

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  1. There may have been a glitch with Tamebay’s contact page earlier. We believe it’s been fixed so if you had trouble emailing us please do try again and sorry if you couldn’t get your message sent 🙂


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