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6 steps to getting started in ecommerce
How retailers can take advantage of technology to survive COVID-19 closures
To contain the spread of COVID-19, most state and local governments have enacted stay-at-home orders, including the closure of non-essential businesses. Many brick-and-mortar stores have adapted by transitioning their focus to online commerce – some for the first time.
If your company is making the switch from storefront to online sales, you won’t want to miss our webinar on the 6 steps to getting started in ecommerce. We’ll reveal key considerations to keep in mind before launching your online store, and steps to quickly establish your ecommerce presence and continue attracting customers.
- How to select the right online platform to host your store
- The key functions every online store must offer, including shipping and returns
- The importance of an online marketing strategy to drive sales
- Sales tax implications of online sales and how your business can be prepared
This is must-know information for any business with an online presence, so save your seat today! Even if you can’t make the live presentation, register anyway to unlock access to the on-demand recording so you can listen at your convenience.
Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020
Time: 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 30 minutes + live Q&A
About the speaker
Megan Higgins, General Manager of Ecommerce and Marketplaces, Avalara
Megan Higgins has been helping businesses navigate ecommerce for more than 15 years. As General Manager at Avalara, she specializes in helping ecommerce platforms and marketplaces manage their sales tax obligations. Prior to Avalara, she worked at Pitney Bowes, where she co-founded Global Ecommerce, which solves cross-border complexities for the world’s largest retailers and marketplaces. Megan graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in Management Information Systems, and is an avid lover of sports, travel, and all things fun.