Amazon for Professional Sellers Training - London

A session at Amazon for Professional Sellers Training - London

Amazon is a growing marketplace and this intensive course is designed to bring new sales opportunity to your business. This course is comprehensive and will concentrate on equipping delegates with proven skills and techniques that they can implement immediately in their own business.
Supply chain is important to succeed on Amazon Marketplace. We will discuss how to establish a successful supply chain within the UK. We have now partnered with trusted Chinese suppliers and we are happy to share this information with you. This can be a profitable alternative to Alibaba.
This is a perfect workshop for start-up and growing on-line business. It is tailored to suit your business needs and there will be opportunity to discuss your individual company specific examples. We are expecting you to go with a prepared action plan to start and grow your business with Amazon.

Who is this workshop suited to?
Junier Employees, Digital Marketers, Directors, Managers
What will you learn ?
Product Sourcing within the UK
Product Sourcing from China
Arbitrage software - Is it really useful ?
Dropshipping - Is this a viable business model ?
Setting up an Amazon Store
Listing new products and existing products
Understanding Amazon policies
Keeping Good Amazon Performance
Maximising the use of the Amazon Keywords
Analyse sales, traffic, listings and Seller Report for strategic decision making
Re-marketing Amazon customers to maximise profit
Is it good to create a Unique Product Listings for existing products ?
How Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) benefit your business ?
Expanding to European Market and beyond.

Early Bird Price: GBP 95.00
Regular Price: GBP 120.00

Category: Conferences | Business and Economics

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Date Sat 11th June 2016

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