eCommerce 101: What is Cross Border and How You Increase Your Products and Brand to Global Buyers?

E-Commerce is becoming an increasingly vital part of the economy. With e-Commerce blowing up in the developing world, it stands to reason that there will be more cross-border shopping. Cross border e-commerce is challenging traditional logistics models as international e-commerce sellers seek direct access to their customers.

Thus, @CAT cordially would like to invite retailers or e-tailers to attend this workshop which it will be about cross-border e-Commerce and its related issues as well as the logistic solution.The objective of having this workshop to create exposure for the local e-tailers/ SME business owners/ retailers about cross border management in terms of marketing platform, channel of distribution, logistics, etc.

Date : 26th Jul 2016 (Tuesday)
Time : 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Venue : @CAT, Event Space, Level 3 of Wisma Yeap Chor Ee
Admission : FREE

1.30pm Registration
2.00pm @CAT introduction
2.10pm "Cross Border Trade" by Bryan Ong, eBay
2.40pm - "Go Global with Fullfillment by Amazon" by Mavis Chiam, Regional Manager of Amazon
3.10pm "Empower your global sales with Cross Border Logistic" by Mr Ng Shern Yau, CIO of LWE
3.40pm Global Market Insight" by Kayel Lee, MooCommerce
4.10pm Photograph, Tea Break & Networking

Who should participate?
  • All online sellers / e-tailers
  • Retailers who wish to reach out to global market
  • Who intend to know more about e-Commerce

MORE INFO will be updated from time to time, please RSVP now as it is LIMITED ADMISSION!

  • Note: Please be serious if you want to attend. Invited Speakers from Amazon, eBay, Paypal, LWE and MooCommerce are here for serious online sellers/ retailers.
  • The event description was updated. Diff#181948 2016-07-25 03:03:07
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@CAT, Level 3 of Wisma Yeap Chor Ee, Penang
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16 Pengkalan Weld, Gat Lebuh Cina, di atas Lot 230, Seksyen 23, 10300, George Town, D.T.L, Penang Malaysia