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BHETA to host webinar with MMP Living

BHETA’s webinar will take place on Wednesday 30 November at 2.30pm via Zoom. The speaker will be Mike Mitchell, founding partner of MMP Living.

US company MMP Living develops growth strategies for expansion into online marketplaces in the US. The service is aimed particularly at suppliers who don’t have sufficient infrastructure to tackle this sort of opportunity on their own.

The company currently manages over 1,500 products across 150 brands, working with over 30 US marketplacesincluding Amazon, Walmart, Home Depot, Target, and Bed Bath and Beyond.

BHETA’s housewares and small electrical sector manager, Seema Grantham, commented: “Online opportunities are obviously big news for all kinds of suppliers and the chance to explore how this could be harnessed to develop new markets overseas will be very exciting. I am sure this will be an extremely popular event.”

To register for the seminar, visit the BHETA site, or contact Rajni in member services –

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