Direct-to-consumer selling and social platforms will be put in the spotlight in a series of masterclasses this September, as ChannelX brings together marketplace experts for a virtual conference.
In 30 days time, Amazon Shipping, Channel Advisor, ChannelEngine, Moot and Webinterpret will provide insight into global selling, machine vision and avoiding wasted advertising spend.
On 13 September 2023, Webinterpret will open the virtual conference with a webinar on the compelling reasons for expanding into global marketplaces, giving strategies to overcome operational challenges and achieve success.
This will be followed by a dive deep into the intricacies of Amazon advertising, providing viewers with invaluable insights and strategies to optimise product listings, boost visibility, and even increase sales.
Ross Beagrie, COO MOOT Group and Nik Southworth, CPO at MOOT, will present a masterclass on how leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence, explaining how this will enable retailers to deliver faster, gain more accurate insights and unlock new growth. They will share practical examples from clients already harnessing this new technology and reveal how they leverage forecast-smashing growth in a highly competitive vertical.
Day two of the virtual conference will see Chris Dawson, ChannelX editor, joined by ChannelEngine to unpack the top marketplaces you need to know about. They will discuss the success that retailer led marketplaces have seen in the past year, as well as some of the more niche marketplaces that excel in various verticals.
The event will close with an exclusive preview of the ChannelX Amazon Top 100 Report, which reveals the Amazon sellers with the greatest traction on the marketplace. Plus, it will cover some of the latest Amazon UK statistics.
Registration is now open, with more information available here.
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