Do you own a B2B store that is struggling to make eCommerce work?
Then you may wish to take up an offer by BigCommerce to meet the team and invited partners at its San Francisco offices for an evening of thought leadership and networking.
The seminar is scheduled to run from 4pm to 7pm on Wednesday, April 18 at:
685 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
BigCommerce and its partners Justuno, Webgility, and Silk Software will be on hand to discuss how they can help store owners digitally transform their B2B business.
If you are unfamiliar with some of the invited partners, Justuno is a digital marketing platform, Webgility is an order and shipping integrator, and Silk Software offers services to migrate and launch online stores.
The evening starts at 4pm with networking and light bites and drinks. Follows up with a panel discussion, which is then followed up by another networking session.
Scheduled panelists for this event are:
- Evan Smith, Sr. Channel Account Manager, BigCommerce
- Alec Berkley, Channel Sales Executive, Silk Software
- Erik Christiansen, CEO, Justuno
- Parag Mamnani, CEO, Webgility
To attend, interested B2B business owners should register here.
This networking and learning opportunity seems like a good way to reach out to B2B businesses that may be struggling to make an online platform work for them or don’t know where to begin.
According to a recent blog post by BigCommerce, B2B eCommerce may reach $1.2 trillion and account for 13.1% of all B2B sales in the U.S. by 2021.
There seems to be a great opportunity for small B2B business owners to reach customers beyond their often regionalized customer base.
Unfortunately, B2B eCommerce sometimes is a mystery for smaller businesses as most eCommerce platforms focus on B2C sales.
This creates the perception that B2B eCommerce is only for the big guys and requires a custom platform and expensive support services.
BigCommerce, along with its invited partners, want to change that perception and show that any size B2B business can find the right tools to get online quickly and on budget.
B2B eCommerce does not have to be a mystery or difficult. This seminar could help some store owners transform their business and open up new markets. And the price is right, Free!
If you plan to attend, we would love to hear your feedback on the event. Head over to our Facebook Discussion Group or use the comments section below.