Not able to make it to the eBay OPEN event in Las Vegas? We’ll miss seeing you in person.
But—know this—you won’t be left out.
We’ve found a way to include you virtually. No plane ticket or hotel room necessary. Just you, your computer, and your favorite chair. We're talking about the eBay OPEN Virtual Conference.
“Oh, you mean like a Periscope from the event?” you might ask.
No. This is much slicker. Think of it like a video game simulation of eBay OPEN. All you have to do is register (do so today, as space is limited), and select your workshops.
Then, on Wednesday, July 27, you’ll be able to “walk” the exhibit hall and attend the general session, hosted by eBay CEO Devin Wenig and SVP Hal Lawton, from the comfort of your La-Z-Boy.
It’s kind of magical.
After that, you’ll be able to attend some virtual workshops and interact with your virtual seller pals in the community lounge.
The point is, you’ll be there—just not in the flesh.
You’ll also have access to the virtual show resource center, where you can download copies of event materials: presentations, best practices, tips and tricks, partner info, etc.
We haven’t (yet) figured out a way to bring you all the sensory benefits of the event, like the daily meals, the after-parties, or the live performance by The Fray.
But if you’re a down-to-brass-tacks, no-fluff kind of businessperson, or if you simply don’t like to travel, this virtual conference will suit you well.
Plus, you won’t be tempted to drop a cool $100 in the slot machine as you head back to your hotel room. We’re always looking out for you.
Register now, pick your workshops and schedule your days accordingly.
See you (virtually) at the show!
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