Free webinars on barcode essentials and product selection


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Our free weekly webinars give you the tools and insights to help grow your business on Amazon.

Register using the links below. Access our recorded webinar library and May webinar calendar online.

1. Webinar: Strategic Update and Q&A - Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. BST.

You’ve told us that you’d like to understand Amazon’s strategic vision: how a customer-centric company values its sellers, why our policies change, and how we’re adapting to a changing retail and regulatory environment.

In our first Strategic Update and Q&A webinar, Stacey van den Aardweg, Head of UK FBA and EU Global Selling, will update you on Amazon’s strategic focus for the months ahead. Then she’ll answer your pre-submitted questions about our programs and policies in an extended Q&A.

This event is highly recommended for new and existing sellers as it offers the chance to hear from Amazon leadership and focus your plans for the year ahead. Note:The session will address high-level questions about our strategy, policies, tools and programs, as opposed to specific or technical support cases.

Register for this webinar here.

2. Webinar: Product barcode essentials for Amazon sellers with GS1- Wednesday, May 25, 2022, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. BST.

This session will explain why Amazon want you to use Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) on your listings. It will offer clear guidance on how you can implement GS1 standards easily and correctly to meet requirements of both your online and offline customers.

Register for this webinar here.

3. Webinar: Come and discover how to develop your product selection on Amazon as well as the services available to optimize your catalogue and the visibility of your B2B offers- Thursday, May 26, 2022, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. BST.

Attend this webinar and learn the importance of growing your product selection for B2B customers. You will learn how to use the product recommendations available on Seller Central and as a bonus will opt, exclusively, for a list of high-potential products sought by your business customers.

Register for this webinar here.


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GS1 codes are used by a very tiny minority of UK business it is shameful that you are going to be blocking around 99% of UK authentic products unless sellers steal intellectual property of others. You can already see the damage caused in many catalogue pages.
You do realise that this policy is removing thousands of authentic products and encouraging fake replacements on your site in my own sale catagories they are now flooded with fakes


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