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Cracking the Code of Ecommerce: The Real Value of Deliveries

We’re pleased to bring you our first co-hosted event of the year that’s guaranteed to interest everyone in the ecommerce space who’s passionate about deliveries. For our second instalment in the Cracking the Code of Ecommerce webinar series, that’s being run in partnership with uAfrica, we’re focusing on the value of a good delivery process.

Join us for a free, live online event kicking off at 6 pm on 23 February 2022, where we’ll sit down and chat with the founders of the ecommerce and marketplace fulfilment platform, Parcel iT about their story, their processes and their passion for ecommerce in South Africa. 

Parcel iT is a true ecommerce COVID-19 success story. During the start of the pandemic in 2020, Alex Schmitt partnered with his best friend, Cyle Obermeyer to build a sustainable business that would provide them with financial security while also providing job opportunities for their close friends.

The duo set out to create a third-party logistics company with a focus on providing scalable outsourced ecommerce warehousing and fulfilment for online businesses. To date, they have assisted around 60 online stores with their warehousing and fulfilment needs. Their goal now is to become South Africa’s number one ecommerce and online marketplace fulfilment centre for small to large B2C and B2B retailers. 

It’s truly inspirational how far Parcel iT has come since its inception, and we’re looking forward to hearing more about the amazing journey Alex and Cyle have had so far. Our upcoming Cracking the Code of Ecommerce event will be a great opportunity for attendees to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes of running a successful fulfilment business, and will also provide useful insight into this important element of the ecommerce ecosystem. 

Book your free virtual seat now, and we look forward to bringing you a lineup of other interesting and inspirational ecommerce thought leaders in future instalments of our webinar series. 

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