PRODUCT SOURCING PANELS AT EBAY LIVE
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA - June 22, 2005 - WorldwideBrands.Com, the leading product sourcing company for online entrepreneurs, will be speaking at eBay Live 2005. Robin Cowie will be representing the company and discussing how eBay sellers can find the products that eBay buyers want. In addition, he will be featured on two panel discussions about product sourcing for eBay.
Chris Malta - the CEO of the company is the host of the Entrepreneur Magazine eBiz Radio show and a contributing editor to the eBay Radio Show hosted by Jim Griffith. He started the company to provide product sourcing solutions for online entrepreneurs over 5 years ago. Cowie joined Worldwide Brands as a partner in the company two years ago. Cowie's interest in ecommerce and his strength as an online marketer for websites such as blairwitch.com and planetoutdoors.com made him the perfect person to head up the growth of the company as the Business Development Director. Worldwide Brands offers 3 different databases of products people can sell on line as well as hundreds of pages of free searchable information on product sourcing. There is also a free searchable knowledge base on the site that allows an entrepreneur to search 3 e-books, transcripts of the radio shows, a live customer service database, and hundreds of articles about running a successful online business.
"I'll be talking about how to find genuine suppliers of products at factory authorized wholesale prices," said Cowie. WorldwideBrands.Com provides information on over 3,000,000 products from over 4000 brand names that can be sold or auctioned online. Their staff works 7 days a week to find quality products from Factory-Authorized Wholesale Suppliers who will work with online re-sellers directly. A free preview of the products is available on the website www.worldwidebrands.com. It also features a new Member Center, a third Product Sourcing Directory, and a Home Office Supply Store where 30,000 office supplies can be purchased by home ebiz owners at prices up to 50% below retail.
To learn more, visit www.worldwidebrands.com