Final Call for the Christmas Online Seller Network meetup

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There’s still time to register for the Christmas Online Seller Network meetup taking place this coming Wednesday, the 6th of December if you’ve not already registered. As it’s Christmas we’re pushing the boat out kicking off with a prosecco reception at 6pm so don’t be late!

Christmas Online Seller Network meetup Schedule

6pm Prosecco Reception

6.15pm ‘How to Develop your Cross-Border Sales Thanks to Marketplaces’

Sébastien Bocahut, VP Sales at Lengow will look at how to develop your cross border sales.

The Chinese ecommerce market is the biggest one in the world, so it makes sense that for many online retailers it represents the last frontier of success. Europe is the third ecommerce market in the world, but is highly complicated considering the 50 countries that make up the whole, and all the languages and customs that go with each one. We show how simple tackling both these markets can be when you start on their marketplaces where globally 39% of the online retail sales will be done by 2020.

6.40pm Discussion Panel on International Commerce

Moderator: Helen Parker CEO – The Wholesale Forums & BidonThis
Panel: Chris Dawson, Editor of Tamebay, Nicky Hall, Account Director, Royal Mail and Lengow COO Nenad Cetkovic

Questions will be taken from the audience!

7.15pm – 9pm Drinks and Networking

Book your place

Numbers at the venue are limited, so if you’d like to kick the Christmas season off in style with our friends at The Wholesale Forums, Lengow and Royal Mail then book your place today, it’s free for all online retailers to attend. The venue is 1 Mercer Street, London.

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