Global Victoria, in partnership with the Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce, invite you to hear from an expert panel to learn more about exporting to the UK via eCommerce.
The UK’s beauty and personal care market is one of the largest in the world, worth over £28 billion and growing. It’s also a market that has shown huge interest in Australian beauty with brands including Sand & Sky, Aesop and Jurlique becoming successful fixtures in the region.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and other factors are rapidly changing the consumer landscape in the UK. Data shows that UK consumer usage across multiple skincare categories is trending upwards, social distancing has increased online buying and an increased focus on sustainability and wellbeing is changing how consumers make decisions.
With an increasing shift to digital marketing and selling, the opportunity for Victorian companies to test, enter and thrive in the UK market has never been greater.
Join us to hear three speakers – living and breathing the industry – share their tips and tricks on navigating the UK market.
Moderated by Catherine Woo, CEO Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce, panellists will discuss:
- working with eCommerce platforms
- logistics and compliance
- successfully building your brand in the UK.
This webinar is suitable for Victorian companies in the beauty and personal care sector, looking to export their products to the UK via eCommerce.
- Stacia Prince, International Buying Director, Cult Beauty
- Gillian Waddell, Founder and Managing Director, Fuel PR
- Sarah Hamilton, Co-Founder, Sand & Sky / Bella Box
- Tim Dillon, Agent-General to the UK and Commissioner for Victoria to Europe and Israel
Date: Friday 30 October 2020
Time: 9 am – 10 am (AEDST)
Registrations are essential.
You might also want to check out our other VeN webinar: fashion and eCommerce in China.