The Small Business Sessions (series three, episode four): How to take your business global with online marketplaces

The Small Business Sessions (series three, episode four): How to take your business global with online marketplaces
Emma Jones
Emma JonesFounderEnterprise Nation

Posted: Wed 29th Aug 2018

The Small Business Sessions podcast from Enterprise Nation and powered by Xero is back for another inspiring episode.

Every week Enterprise Nation founder Emma Jones speaks to entrepreneurs and experts about starting and growing a successful business.

In this episode, Paul Grey, co-founder of accounting firm A2X, joins us from New Zealand to share very useful insights from his years of experience doing it himself and helping thousands of other business owners sell products to customers around the world through online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay.

Amazon Academy events are mentioned in this podcast. The next free event jam packed with tips on making the most of digital opportunities for your business including selling on Amazon takes place in Newport, Wales on 11 September. Register here.

You can listen to the podcast below and on podcast platforms including iTunes and Stitcher. Please do subscribe and review.

Whether you're having trouble finding the numbers you need in spreadsheets, or looking for funding, having beautiful accounts is a must. That's why we've teamed up with Xero to offer you online accounting software to help you manage your cashflow and finances. If you're a start-up earning less than £50,000 per annum, sign up to Xero for Startups with an exclusive 50% off for 12 months!

Ths podcast was recorded and edited by Enterprise Nation member and audio production service, Podraffi.

To hear all previous episodes of the Small Business Sessions, go here.

Emma Jones
Emma JonesFounderEnterprise Nation
Following a degree in Law and Japanese, Emma joined international accounting firm Arthur Andersen, where she worked in London, Leeds and Manchester offices and set up the firm's Inward Investment practice that attracted overseas companies to locate in the UK. In 2000, bitten by the dot.com bug, Emma left the firm to start her first business, Techlocate. After 15 months, the company was successfully sold to Tenon plc. The experience of starting, growing and selling a business from a home base gave Emma the idea for Enterprise Nation which was launched in 2006 as the home business website. The company has since expanded to become a small business membership community of over 75,000 people who benefit from events and support: online and in person. Enterprise Nation also presents a campaigning voice to government and the media on behalf of its members. In 2021, Emma was awarded a CBE for services to small businesses and entrepreneurs.

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