Please contact Miss Lau at (852) 2863 9716
or services@gs1hk.org for further enquiry.

Some major headaches for most cross-border e-commerce owners are international logistic arrangement, payment settlement and localising the marketing / operation strategies in different markets. As such, GS1 HK, eBay and SoldEazy are going to organize a half-day seminar on  cross-border e-commerce to provide practical tips and best practices.

The seminar will see various cross border trade know-hows on major e-commerce platforms, such as the most popular items in different markets, e-marketplace requirements on product listing standards, marketing strategies and logistic arrangement, and how to leverage one-stop e-commerce management solution for success.

eBay, one of the largest e-commerce platforms, will have representatives on-site to help new merchants to master their online business, specifically on the ways to start cross-border trade on eBay, understanding its policies, logistic solutions, marketing strategies and introducing some free selling tools.

Part 1
– GS1 HK as the all-round e-commerce business enablement partner for brand protection
 

Part 2
– How to sell globally on eBay? (Delivered by eBay’s representative Mr. Jun Lam)

  1. How to start cross-border trade business on eBay
  2. eBay policies
  3. Logistic solutions
  4. Marketing strategies – the best practices and free selling tools
     

Part 3
– Running cross border trade on major e-commerce platforms
(Delivered by SoldEazy’s Strategic Sales Manager Mr. Matt Yeung)

  1. How to develop a competitive global sales model
  2. E-marketplace requirements for sellers and barcode standards
  3. Attractive content curation for products
  4. Delivery Logistics
  5. One-stop e-commerce management solution

Part 4
- Q&A

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12 Jun

09:15

【Event Announcement】

In light of the latest development of coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong, the Conference (originally scheduled on 12 Jun) will be blended in GS1 Hong Kong Summit to be held on 19 Nov 2020. 

We will announce details for the Summit later.  Let's stay healthy and thank you again for your staunch support.

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