GFS Masterclass: International expansion in the face of Brexit 2019-10-08T14:56:35+00:00

Register now to build your Action Plan for global eCommerce growth

International expansion in the face of Brexit

When: Thursday 17th October

Where: Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ

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Taking place just one week before the exit deadline, join our group of niche industry experts to get free practical advice on how to safeguard existing EU business, but maximise global revenues, all at the same time.

Build your Brexit-proof action plan:

  • Which carriers are fully equipped to deliver cross-border with minimal risk or disruption?
  • What customs data will you need to provide and how?
  • What changes will you need to make to your shipping and eCommerce platforms?
  • How can you simplify Duties & Taxes?
  • If all fails, what’s your fall-back position?

PLUS tap into the global eCommerce opportunity beyond the EU and Amazon:

  • Understand the changing landscape of marketplaces
  • Identify the Top 10 recommended marketplaces for UK sellers
  • Learn the Top 3 tips for success and how one well-known brand grew online sales by 315% and acquired 130,000 new customers in just 12 months, and how another increased annual revenue by 50%

“GFS has played a huge role in our international expansion efforts over the past couple of years. With a lot of uncertainty surrounding Brexit and its impact on international delivery, particularly variable duty and tax tariffs, for the sake of our huge international customer base, GFS helps us maintain a seamless and transparent experience for our customers.”

Richard Davies, Managing Director at Hattons Model Railways

Don’t let Brexit be a barrier to cross-border sales –  join us on 17th October to discover how to Brexit-proof delivery and open up the borders to global eCommerce growth – in just one step!

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Meet our industry experts:

David Pasley-Smith - Head of International Development at GFS

David Pasley-Smith – Head of International Development at GFS

David has over 25 years’ experience in international supply chain management, having previously held positions at DHL and UPS. David’s expertise is in designing and implementing global logistics solutions that have helped hundreds of retailers tap into international markets.

Bobbie Ttooulis - Group Marketing Director at GFS

Bobbie Ttooulis – Group Marketing Director

Bobbie joined GFS last year from Experian where she was Head of EMEA Marketing. Prior to that, Bobbie has held senior marketing roles with companies ranging from global market leaders to tech start-ups and shares over 20 years global sales and marketing expertise.

Avalara Europe Ltd

Avalara helps businesses of all sizes achieve compliance with their international VAT and transactional tax obligations. Whether you’re expanding into new markets, implementing new technology, or simply trying to be more efficient, our software solutions and managed VAT services can help you reduce cost and risk and improve filing accuracy.

Muloot Group

Muloot Group is a technology company offering a suite of eCommerce Business Growth Tools for Marketplaces and Marketplace Merchants. The company offers Merchant acquisition, management and onboarding services, as well as offering Trade Finance products, Product Sourcing & Business Set-Up Operations. It also undertakes project management and consultancy services for new Marketplaces and is a leader in its field; currently working with a suite of Global Marketplaces with an Annual GMV in excess of $10bn.

Department for International Trade

Department for International Trade

The Department for International Trade secure UK and global prosperity by promoting and financing international trade and investment. They are the international economic department, responsible for bringing together policy, promotion and financial expertise to break down barriers to trade and investment – helping businesses to succeed and delivering new trade policies for the UK as we leave the EU.