Event description

After the success of our first event in Bristol, we have another event at Hamilton House, Bristol.  During this event Iain from Vdepot  will be talking about how to fulfil eCommerce orders effectively followed by Ed’s interesting talk about sourcing profitable products to sell on Amazon using Profitsourcery.

This event is Free for online sellers and retailers and we also have refreshment throughout the evening.

How to fulfil eCommerce orders effectively?

Many eCommerce companies struggle with effectively fulfilling their eCommerce orders. Keeping the customer happy and keeping fulfilment and delivery costs down can be a tough balancing act, especially if you’re doing everything by yourself.

During this session we will look at (among others) the fulfilment market, meeting customer expectations, trends, courier/carrier issues, the fulfilment of large items, outsourcing fulfilment, Fulfilment by Amazon, key questions to ask fulfilment companies, integrating sales channels and more generally how to do this all effectively.

How to source profitable products to sell on Amazon?

Finding items that will sell for a profit after fees is an area that many sellers indicate is a pain point for their businesses.

In this talk, Ed Brooks, founder of ProfitSourcery will show you how to utilise regular online stores to find items that you can trade on Amazon (and eBay) successfully. ProfitSourcery is the UK’s first online arbitrage tool, analysing millions of retailer records each month and surfacing a product feed to their customers of items in the Top 1% fastest selling items on Amazon.

Justin, Director, Sacredapparel

“Another interesting OSW meeting. Received best practice advice from an experienced eBay seller and then learnt about a exciting opportunity selling on Amazon. These sessions are really useful if you are thinking of or currently selling online.”

John Townsend, Owner, Lotnabox

“What a good idea to hold a meeting at Brightpearl, and give us an insight to how the marketplace management companies work. Thanks very much for a most interesting evening – I saw a number of delegates soaking up information as quickly as it was poured out!”

Jon Gibbs, Director, 24sports.tv

“I attended the online selling event to get some practical advice and idea’s. The information received was really useful and easy to put into immediate effect. A well organised and enjoyable event. Many thanks”


Iain Hill

Iain Hill

  • Vdepot
  • Iain is General Manager at Vdepot and is extremely passionate about eCommerce. Having first hand experience of selling online, Iain is well aware of the problems of a small start up business and aims to help every online business that he comes across.
Ed Brooks - Founder of Profitsourcery

Ed Brooks

  • Profitsourcery
  • Ed has worked in product innovation for some of the worlds’ biggest tech companies. His last company won “Startup of the Year” from ESTNET, the Electronic and Software Technologies Network for Wales.
Are there parking spaces for event organisers & participants?

Hamilton House car park, situated at the back of the building on City Road, offers all day parking for £5. There are only 5 spaces available and on a first come, first serve basis.

  • On street pay and display car parking can be found throughout Stokes Croft and St Pauls. Additionally there are two car parks within 10 minutes walk; NCP on Bond Street and Cabot Circus on Newfoundland Circus BS2 9AB

Getting Here by Train

Montpelier station is around 10 minutes walk from Hamilton House. Trains run regularly towards both Temple Meads and Severn Beach.

If you’re arriving at Bristol Temple Meads you can get here by bus or train. Click here for help planning a route, or it is around a30 minute walk. There is also a large taxi rank just outside the station.
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