BHETA’s next networking forum featuring Amazon’s Category Leaders, Jeff Wemyss and Oliver Sawers as guest speakers has already attracted over 280 delegates. Amazon will be sharing the latest information on how digital innovation is fuelling its business and the opportunities that this presents to existing and potential suppliers seeking revenue growth.
The Forum, which takes place on April 21st at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, provides an excellent opportunity for suppliers either experienced in or simply wanting a better understanding of e-commerce. The new Amazon team intend to build an ongoing relationship with BHETA and its members and this initial presentation will include an update on the progress of the Amazon business and an introduction to innovations which are particularly relevant for the Housewares, SDA, Home Improvement and Tools & Garden Power categories.
Another speaker at the forum will be Decco’s Chief Operating Officer, Charlie Lacey who will be outlining to suppliers the opportunities that seven UK based distribution centres servicing UK High St retailers and garden centres can provide. Market research experts GFK – will be presenting relevant updates covering all the key industry sectors and providing an interesting insight into the progress being made by e-commerce.
In addition, BHETA associate members will be on hand to offer advice and support on a comprehensive range of support services including finance, marketing, logistics and freight forwarding, training and retail solutions including both ranging plans and shopfitting / merchandising units.
The event starts at 10.00am with registration from 9.15am.
Applications to attend the Forum can still be made to Dawn Clarke of the Member Services Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0121 237 1130.
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