Merrill Lynch Conference Call

April 28, 2007

ChannelAdvisor ChannelAdvisor By ChannelAdvisor

Monday, April 30th at noon EST, I was invited to talk about the Q1 results we saw from eBay, Amazon, Google and Yahoo!.  It was definitely an interesting quarter (e.g. amazon’s growth rate surprised everyone – is that related to eBay’s core growth challenges?).

Of course I have lots of theories around what’s going on and insights at a micro level from individual sellers.  Details follow.  If you are interested in attending shoot Betsyk (at) channeladvisor.com an email and she’ll get you the dialin information.

Call with Scot Wingo, CEO
of ChannelAdvisor
Please join us on Monday, April 30 at
12:00 PM EST for a Q&A conference call with Scot Wingo, Chief Executive
Officer of ChannelAdvisor, a technology and services company that helps
retailers and manufactures sell products across multiple online platforms
including marketplaces (eBay, Amazon.com and Overstock.com), comparison shopping
engines (Shopping.com, Shopzilla, Nextag and Froogle) and search engines
(Google, Yahoo! and MSN). Mr. Wingo will provide us with his perspective on
trends in eCommerce, with a particular focus on how merchants are managing the
sales channel options at their disposal, and potential implications for
large-cap. eCommerce companies. Other topics will
include:
  • Drivers of Amazon’s 3rd party
    business growth
  • Opportunities and challenges for eBay to reaccelerate GMV
    growth
  • ROIs in different markets/channels and anticipated dollar
    flow to search
  • eRetailer experience with Yahoo!‘s
    Panama and various payment systems including PayPal and
    Google Checkout
About
ChannelAdvisor
ChannelAdvisor Corporation provides
technology and services that enable retailers and manufactures to sell their
products across multiple online marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon.com and
Overstock.com, comparison shopping engines such as Shopping.com, Shopzilla,
Nextag and Froogle and search engines such as Google, Yahoo! and MSN. In 2006,
ChannelAdvisor managed over $1.6 billon in gross merchandise value (GMV) on
behalf of its customers.