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Busy March webinar schedule for members

  • BHETA has delivered another packed webinar schedule this March for members:
  • Dave Elliott, Homebase’s Commercial and Marketing Director, will be heading BHETA’s next forum. Dave will give insight into Homebase’s future direction, consumer/ trade trends and share opportunities for suppliers.
  • Andrew Rastall, Brew’s CEO will kick off our busy programme with an introduction to the online paid channel (PPC & Google Shopping), which will continue our popular digital marketing series, and will give an insight in the first of two sessions on how members can create content for your brand.
  • Do you have Brexit questions? BHETA will be hosting a “Ask the Expert” webinar with Dachser’s Carolyn Hough, who will be taking questions about the impact of Brexit on duty, customs rates and Incoterms. Seize the opportunity to put your Brexit queries forward to a logistics expert.
  • BHETA’s Marketing Manager, Steve Richardson will return with the Q1 market update for both the DIY & Gardening and Housewares & SDA sectors. The webinars will highlight the Government ONS retail sales figures by channel by month, category growth rates across the sectors, key retailer updates, trends and 2021 forecasts.
  • And RT7Digital will present their second webinar this series, Jack Cooper and Leanne Johnson-Robson will focus on suppliers already listed on Amazon and how they can increase their sales and visibility on the site.

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