Two upcoming events: eBay Fee Changes Webinar (Customers only) and Catalyst show

February 23, 2010

Marketplaces ChannelAdvisor By ChannelAdvisor

We have two (well three technically) events coming up I wanted to alert everyone to:

  1. eBay Webinar – Tomorrow, Wednesday Feb 24th we are holding a customer-only webinar on some different strategies around the eBay changes that are rolling out in late March / April.  We’ll spend the most time on the fee changes and that they mean, but also hit on eBay Motors topics (fitment!!!) as well as the much discussed eTRS program / DSRs, etc.  Customers can go to and then login to your account to get the details.  We’ll have a lengthy Q+A with many experts from CA so come with your questions and if you have any strategies to contribute, bring those too!
  2. Catalyst – every year we host an intimate (under 500 attendees) conference that highlights an area of e-commerce we don’t think gets a big enough spotlight and one we are obviously very passionate about – e-commerce channels.  We do two of these – one in the UK (London) and one in the US (Research Triangle area of NC):
    1. Catalyst UK – This year Catalyst UK is April 12-13 at the Brewery (woo!) in downtown London.  You’ll be able to have two days of intensive learning with talks from eBay, Google, Amazon, Dell and many other channels and retailers.
    2. Catalyst USA – We moved the US back a little this year to May 3-5 and will be at the prestigious Washington Duke Inn.  We have a great line up of speakers and topics this year including Bing, eBay, and more and lots of great retailers like Crocs,
      Toolup, eBags and more.

Catalyst fills up every year, so be sure to reserve your spot today.  I’m sure some past attendees will chime in on the comments, but we receive feedback from many e-commerce companies of all sizes that are looking to take things to the next level on Search, Comparison Shopping and Marketplaces and they find Catalyst is, well, a catalyst for their business growth a year later.  We always have a good mix of existing customers and general retailers that come each year. One thing you can count on – this is not a ChannelAdvisor sales event, in fact we do little to no selling of ChannelAdvisor and step aside and let the industry knowledge flow.

I look forward to seeing everyone there and learning more about