Fast-forward to January and we’re coming out of our bunkers to see how online businesses survived the tsunami of Peak, Brexit and COVID – to ask ourselves, what on earth happened? Find out in our webinar at 11am on Wednesday the 27th of January 2021! This might seem a long way off, but sign up today to get a reminder nearer the time.
Join the industry’s largest provider of global multi-carrier ecommerce services, GFS, who give their first-hand experience and unique insights on what really happened across carriers, sellers and buyers from the start of Black Friday through to New Year sales.
This Peak, Brexit and COVID webinar is for ecommerce businesses, shipping 100+ parcels (domestic/international) per day. We will be asking guest speakers, Bobbie Ttooulis, Executive Director of GFS, and David Harding, Customer Director:
- What products and categories were the big sellers?
- How did the carriers and networks hold up?
- What services did customers opt for?
- What were actual parcel volumes across the period, and, how did they compare to expectations and last year?
- What happened with returns?
- What are the ‘Top 5 Tips’ for businesses to ensure their delivery and returns are match-fit for the current times
This webinar is for ecommerce businesses, shipping 100+ parcels (domestic/international) per day. If this applies to your business then please register today.
Bobbie Ttooulis, Executive Director at GFS
For more than 20 years, GFS has been the industry’s largest provider of global multi-carrier services and is the delivery partner behind some of the fastest growing ecommerce brands. F
Every year, GFS teams have been working hands-on with customers to plan and prepare Peak and support them through every twist and turn that inevitably occurs so they can be confident that every Peak is a success.
Since the very beginning of Brexit GFS have also been proactive in working with Government, Carriers and eCommerce Technology partners so they can help businesses make the necessary changes in their delivery and returns to ensure a smooth transition for trading with the EU post-Brexit.