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Accelerating your growth on Amazon: Seller Management£150.00
Online course: Thursday 25th June 2020
This online course for suppliers provides an extensive, practical guide to Amazon Seller Management. It takes you through the setting up of your account, fulfilment options, how to list products and how to build your brand, using promotions and advertising to stand out from the crowd and drive growth. You will also learn how to use Amazon’s reporting and analytics to optimise your performance.
Accelerating your growth on Amazon: Vendor Management£195.00
Online course: 2 afternoon sessions. Autumn 2020 date to be announced.
This course for suppliers provides an extensive, practical guide to Amazon Vendor Management. It outlines how to drive growth on Amazon and explains the key processes involved in listing, optimising, marketing and advertising your products. You will be taken through the Vendor Central portal and shown how to manage your account to improve performance and minimise operational and financial charges.
Online 13th October 2020
Protect yourself and your company. This full-day online course outlines how competition law impacts you and your business, why it is so important, how to avoid compliance problems, the implications of the Bribery Act, consumer pricing principles and what to do if subjected to a Dawn Raid.
GSCOP and the GCA – Full course£150.00 – £500.00
Online 8th October
Doncaster 15th October
Online 26th November
This full-day course tells you everything you need to know about the Groceries Supply Code of Practice (GSCOP) and Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA), including how to use them to reduce risks and costs and build fairer trade relationships.
Online 12th October 2020
This half-day course brings you bang up to date with the latest news on the Groceries Supply Code of Practice (GSCOP) and the activities of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA), including her investigations, best practice guidelines and interpretative guidance. Supermarket staff must be re-trained annually so it is recommended that suppliers are retrained at least every two years.