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Ecommerce Club Working Lunch: Taking Retail Brands from Local to Global

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In the dull light of Brexit many retailers are looking to expand their ecommerce sales globally and provide international customers with products and a reliable buying experience which includes appropriate shipping solutions, navigating the regulatory requirements of each country and providing their international customers with the same seamless, experience enjoyed by UK consumers.

Today’s speakers are Ecommerce Club partners Ciaran Bollard, Managing Director, Kooomo and Greig Holbrook, Founder, Oban International alongside our retail speakers Julien Callede, Co-Founder, Made.com and Jonas Almgren, CEO, Artfinder.

Date: Thursday November 30th

Venue: Upstairs at Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen, 3-9 Heddon St, Mayfair, London, W1B 4BE

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12.30pm - 1.00pm Drinks reception & networking

1.00pm – 3.00pm Talks, Lunch and Roundtable Discussion

Chairperson: Luke Flomo, Head of Ecommerce, Trustly

Ciaran Bollard, Managing Director, Kooomo

The key strategies on how to take your brand from local to global

Jonas Almgren, CEO, Artfinder

How to spot a global growth opportunity and jump on it

Greig Holbrook, Founder, Oban International

Going global in 2018 – the 10 hottest tips you need to know

Julien Callede, Co-Founder, Made.com

Taking your brand global

3.00pm Finish

Who should attend: Heads of Ecommerce, Ecommerce Managers, Heads of Digital, Heads of International or equivalent at retailers with revenues of over 5 million, no agencies please.

Places are limited to 25 so please apply soon for your free retail place.

Our participating partners: Oracle+ Bronto, Kooomo, Yieldify, Trustly and Oban International





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