Monthly Archives: September 2017

London Online Seller Meetup

London Online Seller Meetup Sponsored by Vdepot

It was another fantastic meetup here at GS1UK’s office in London. This meetup was sponsored by Vdepot, a fulfilment company based in Norwich. It is encouraging to see support from the online seller’s community and we will see you again in October. During this evening event, we had four useful talks including eCommerce Platforms, Consumer

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Manchester Google Analytics Training

It was another fantastic day in Manchester delivering Google Analytics Training. Held at Innospace, Chester Street, the training was aimed at digital marketers who are looking to understand a bit more about website visitors and understand customer journey throughout the purchase cycle.  We had attendees from Mamas and Papas, JISC and Shelton Associates.   It

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Content Marketing Training in Manchester

Content Marketing is the creation and sharing of content for the purpose of promoting a product or service. Content plays an important role in your marketing strategies. You need it for lead nurturing and demonstrating thought leadership in your space. As it is the foundation of your lead generation efforts, marketers rely on content to

Sell on Amazon – training for businesses in Israel 

  Amazon is an attractive marketplace for sellers around the globe. Amazon sell all types and categories of products. The FBA model is very attractive, which lots of Amazon sellers around the world appreciate. I have personally worked with sellers from Finland, Germany, South Africa and India. Earlier last month I had an opportunity to

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Amazon Onsite Vendor and Seller Central Consulting

August is normally a month to reflect on the past and make improvements. We get bookings when we least expect them. Recently we had an exceptionally busy week with businesses seeking Amazon consultancy. The week started with a brand with 40 years of history of producing kitchen and home-ware. Traditionally their customers were generated via