Future-proofing your international ecommerce business

Global ecommerce business is set to skyrocket in 2021. Join us and prepare now for greater international growth opportunties.

DATE
Thursday
14 Oct 2020

TIME
15:00 BST
16:00 CEST

Future-proofing your international ecommerce business

Global ecommerce business is set to skyrocket in 2021. Join us and prepare now for greater international growth opportunties

DATE
Thursday
14 Oct 2020

TIME
15:00 BST
16:00 CEST

According to research conducted by Statista, international ecommerce sales will skyrocket to $4.5 trillion by 2021; an increase of over 246%. If you want your company to participate in that kind of growth, it's crucial to anticipate what's coming.

Many businesses are seeing an increase in the number of customers from outside their ‘home market’ and are looking to tap into an expanding list of lucrative new markets. However, entering a new market and then maintaining a strong presence for continued growth can bring its own challenges. These can range from logistical issues when moving goods through customs, navigating various payment solutions, language barriers and local tax nuances, all of which can lead to businesses struggling to keep pace with more established competitors.

In this webinar we will cover a range of topics to help your business future proof itself, ready for the coming surge of international ecommerce sales that we expect to see over the next few years.

We will cover:

  • How to decode customs following Brexit
  • Customs clearance, returns and shipping options
  • How to build a payment solution that scales
  • Why you should stay on top of your tax obligations
  • Which marketing tactics can be used to help your business

Speakers

Colin Stansbury

Strategic Alliances - EMEA, Avalara

Colin is an Alliance Manager for Avalara Europe. He has spent the last 5 years working in the Software as a Service space and over three years at Avalara. He has a passion for making indirect tax understandable and breaking down the barriers to comprehending the subtle nuances of international compliance requirements. 

Brian Mapley

Head of Mid-Market Sales UK

Brian has over 15 years’ experience in the Payments industry, seven of those with Adyen. Brian starting Adyen’s mid-market presence in the UK and his continued success saw Adyen launch its mid-market presence throughout Europe and beyond.

Brian received a Payments Award in 2016 in recognition of his work in helping many iconic British brands go international or omni-channel with Adyen. Now leading a team of seven sales managers, Brian enjoys passing on all of his knowledge and experience to the new generation of payment specialists.

James Hayes

Director of Business Development

James joined Parcelhub from Parcel Station, a parcel delivery management company he co-founded in 2010, where he built up a deep familiarity and knowledge within the ecommerce industry. James began his career at TNT UK where he spent eight years in various sales positions.

Simon Wharton

Business Strategy Director

Simon is co-fouder, director and business strategist for PushON. 

PushOn is an award-winning full service ecommerce agency that provides a complete range of web development and marketing services

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