5 crucial steps to launch an ecommerce store

8 June 2021

Are you ready to be visible online? Is your current online store not performing as expected? Knowing where to start or what to consider when building and growing a successful eCommerce store can be confusing. 

Learn what it takes to build a profitable eCommerce store and the opportunities it presents. This session is ideal for SME business owners wanting to take control and push growth to the next level.

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eCommerce sales are at an all-time high. The lines between online and offline are merging as customers want to be able to buy, browse and collect at their convenience. Businesses need to be where the people are, and they're mostly online. It’s not just Gen Z and millennials driving this trend – older shoppers have also made the transition.

Hear from eCommerce expert and Business Australia member Karsen Wong, Founder of Reign, as he shares valuable insights and resources to help you understand:

  • how to choose the right eCommerce platform for your business
  • which critical integrations will ensure your online operations run like clockwork
  • how to incorporate multichannel selling e.g. Google Shopping, eBay, Amazon
  • why automating order fulfillment and shipping processes reduce errors
  • how email marketing helps to drive sales.
Karsen Wong

Karsen Wong

Director and Founder | Reign

Armed with a dial-up modem, Karsen made his first online sale in 1996. Launching websites as a side hustle until 2007, he quit his corporate job to pursue a passion for helping businesses grow. To date, his clients’ websites have generated over $100 million in total combined revenue.

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