Do you wish to get your hands on the secret recipe of successful online sellers?
Well, make your wish come true at the launch of the first Online Seller Cellar, World First’s local meetup for online and marketplace sellers, on March 28 at The Living Room in Manchester.
International money transfer company World First conceived the idea of bringing together online entrepreneurs from the North West region, as they are relentlessly taking control of global marketplaces like Amazon and eBay.
Don’t miss the chance to meet the people behind your local stores, such as Swifty Scooters and Wake Drinks, who have turned into global players; their trade secrets are very valuable you’ll want to bring a notepad.
What’s in the Cellar?
To be participated in by online sellers, specifically those in the rag trade, the Online Seller Cellar aims to inspire online businesses that want to expand internationally.
For the most part, it’s going to focus on Manchester-based businesses whose products are increasingly becoming a favourite in the overseas market.
Listen to the industry bigwigs, which include the World First online selling team, the Department of International Trade as well as marketplace and online selling experts, as they tip you off about what markets you should focus on in order to grow internationally.
Other topics to be covered in the event are:
- Why Manchester is seeing its online economy boom
- What can online sellers do to grow internationally
- Where are we seeing demand for products ‘Made in Britain’
- What can online sellers do to make their products stand out from the crowd
- What other marketplaces apart from Amazon and eBay should online sellers consider
- Tips for selling on international marketplaces
Getting consumers to embrace your brand in the cutthroat world of eCommerce may be a backbreaker, but with the knowledge and strategy that you’re about to learn from the industry experts, it’s no doubt achievable.
Register here to attend the Online Seller Cellar for free, I (Dave) will be there so if you want to come make sure to come and say hi.
As always, to your continued success,
Dave & Matt