We’ve been planning The BIG eCommerce Conference since before Christmas and I can hardly contain my excitement now that we’re just two weeks away!
The idea behind the day was to provide a comprehensive overview of all issues surrounding eCommerce and selling online. Initially targeted at on-line merchants but the content we’ve created reaches further than this and would be very very suitable to any business with services or product to sell and in need of more customers.
I speak with businesses everyday, some new and some established but with the same issue. Technology and the internet is shaping how we do business at an ever increasing rate. It’s hard for business owners to keep up and to know where to turn for help. Online marketing companies have popped up all over the place and don’t all sing from the same hym sheet!
On the 29th May we’re covering a huge range of topics, legal, social media, search, analytics, cookie law, SMS marketing, email marketing, planning a website, writing copy, blogging and so much more.
I run a web agency and I’m not a specialist in all of these area’s so my own team with be there on the day and are looking forward to learning.
Our speakers are not coaches, these guys make a living from practicing the skills they preach. It was important that we filled the day with practical and relevant content on par with that provided on a technical training session (but far cheaper) and a day that not just left you inspired, but also equipped with the skills needed to take action.
We’ve… 5 seminars and 9 workshops and 12 speaker trainers.
Thomas Power, a social media and internet specialist. Thomas has over 80 thousand followers on twitter, has tried and tested over 700 social media networks and is the chairman of social network eCademy. Thomas poses a unique insight into this ever expanding phenomenon and will be sharing insights into the future, current trends and the risks of not being engaged right now.
Phil Rothwell, with a background in developing eCommerce software for eCommerce giant Actinic and the PostcodeAnywhere products. Phil will be sharing 25 years of user experience knowledge to make sure that your website does not include some obvious and simple errors costing you customers.
Matt McNeil is the founder of email, mobile and social campaign platform Sign-Up.to Matt’s team also plan and manage campaigns for their customers so they are very much at the “coal end” of this industry.
Suzanne Dibble is a highly regarded internet law specialist who’ll be delivering lots of legal advice including clarification of the recent cookie law.
These trainers would usually be charging in excess of £1000 (even 10k!) per day for their time. A training course covering this level of up to date content would easily cost in the region of £600 per day.. The BIG eCommerce Conference is incredibly good value at just £185+vat.
If you’re available on 29th May we’d love to see you there. Checkout the website to secure your place.
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