New York (PRWEB) March 17, 2010
eCommerce Merchants Trade Association (http://www.ecmta.org), the leading trade association for online sellers, recently announces - The Aftermath: eCommerce Merchants Atlanta After eBay Party immediately following the eBay On Location event on Friday March 19th, 2010 at 8:00 PM at the very popular Stats sports bar only 2 blocks away. Admission is FREE but space is limited to the first 100 people. Registration at: http://aftermath.eventbrite.com
"As a committed supporter of small business and the entrepreneurial spirit, ProStores is proud to be the title sponsor of the ECMTA's 'Atlanta Aftermath' celebration. We are pleased to have this opportunity to connect with members of the eBay and online merchant community in-person," said Lin Shearer, Head of Marketing. "eBay On Location and the ECMTA's 'Atlanta Aftermath' are an ideal platform for our customers to get advice from industry experts on how to grow their businesses on eBay and online, to network and share their successes with other merchants, and to have a little fun," he added.
The Aftermath event is drawing "eCommerce Rock Stars" to attend. Confirmed guests include, John Jantsch - Duct Tape Marketing, Richard Brewer-Hay - eBay Ink Blog, Brent Leary - Customer Relationship Management, Toby Bloomberg - Diva Marketing Blog, Peggy Duncan - Personal Productivity Expert, Charles Lumpkin - Ecommerce SEO Strategist, "JB" Braitwaite - Internet Technology Expert, George Trantas - CEO Designer Athletic, Marlene Gavens - The Savvy Seller, Melinda and Kat - Co-Hosts of eBay and Beyond Radio, Cindy Shelby - Web Sellers Circle, and "Your Boy" John from ColderICE.com.
"Mixing the experts with the merchants in a relaxed environment and then encouraging them to interact and network is brilliant. This is "Social Networking 3-D" and I love listening, learning and participating. It's like Twitter without the typing and you can have a drink...BRAVO!" John Lawson ColderICE.
eCommerce Merchants Trade Association recently opened 9 Local Chapters in Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, South Louisiana, South Florida and Philadelphia. With more scheduled to be announced in the coming weeks. Local chapters are designed to deliver ecommerce education to merchants locally while reinforcing peer to peer networking with other online retailers.
"John Lawson, Founder ColderICE, brings new meaning to an exciting, highly relevant new style of journalism. John's extraordinary insight has placed him firmly in a class of journalism all by himself that sets him apart from the rest. John's vision for eCommerce journalism and education is founded in a rare genius. Like one of the great masters, John's interviews and investigative reports provide us with unprecedented insight into what drives eCommerce itself." Joe Cortese, Co-Founder/Chairman eCommerce merchants Trade Association.