Dimension Data Learning Solutions teams up with eBay
- 30 July, 2013 16:32
The first course ‘Starting your business on eBay’ is aimed at setting the right foundations of a good eBay business. The half day course is ideal for new or prospective business sellers, or sellers wanting to brush up on the basics of setting up a business on eBay.
“DDLS has designed and developed this course, in consultation with eBay, and will deliver it at our centrally located training facilities in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with the intention to expand to our other locations dependent on demand,” DDLS CEO, Mal Shaw, said. “In this course offering we strive to provide accelerated improvement in skills and knowledge that can lead to better business productivity and success for eBay merchants.”
eBay A/NZ manager of seller education and engagement, Tim Davies, ran a seller training course in late 2010, which resulted in some participants doubling and tripling their eBay sales volume in a few years through better business planning, efficient listing management and customer care. “Most successful sellers on eBay today learned through trial and error, and made plenty of mistakes along the way. Well structured education can remove some of the uncertainty and risk associated with any business,” Davies said.
Bookings are open for courses commencing mid August in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. More advanced courses are planned for the next 6-12 months.
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