Learn emerging Online Selling trends in LazUCon—the biggest e-commerce convention series from Lazada
Level up your business as Lazada University and Certified Digital Marketer (CDM) bring you the first-ever LazUCon 2021, happening on February 3 and 4, at the Lazada University Livestream channel.
Learn from over 20 industry thought leaders and experts as they talk about the latest data and trends in e-commerce, top brands’ best practices and tactics, and new ideas and solutions to help you accelerate your shop’s success, in the biggest FREE online learning event series in the Philippines.
“Learning is a crucial part in growth. As part of our mission in Lazada to empower sellers and help them build profitable businesses, we want to equip them with up-to-date knowledge on market trends, consumer behavior, and e-commerce best practices,” says Lazada University head Walter C. Villa. “We created LazUCon with CDM to help sellers learn and then take their business to the next level.”
“Lazada has always prioritized the learning and development of our sellers when it comes to e-commerce business competencies,” says Lazada Chief Operating Officer Carlos Otermin Barerra. “We are always looking for ways to improve the experience of our sellers in our platform.”
“This partnership with Lazada’s first-ever LazUCon 2021 is indeed a landmark event for e-commerce sellers in the Philippines,” says Certified Digital Marketer (CDM) president Hans Roxas-Chua. “The program and lectures we designed for LazUCon will provide sellers well-curated and highly customized online learning experiences from industry’s best thought leaders and innovators in the Philippines’ e-commerce landscape.”
The virtual event is exclusive to Lazada sellers in the Philippines. To sign up as a Lazada seller, go to http://lzd.co/SellNowOnLazada. For more information on LazUCon 2021, visit https://bit.ly/LazUcon.
Featuring top e-commerce and business experts
LazUCon 2021 features the lectures of Havas Ortega CEO Jos Ortega on the 2021 Filipino Shopper; Nielsen Philippines Managing Director Patrick Cua on Emerging Categories in the Philippines; ADA Director for Business Development Jason Cruz on Grassroots and Community Marketing for E-commerce; David & Golyat Co-Founder Miko David on Finding the Next Winning Product to Sell; Quiditty CEO Denise Haak on Using Consumer Psychology to Increase Sales; and Lazada Regional Strategy Group Vice President Chen Zan on Top Consumers and Category Trends for SEA in 2021.
Join the insightful online panel discussion on Managing Business in the New Normal with CDM Product Development Manager Malaya De Mesa; Top Tips to Drive Repeat Purchases with Quanta Digital CEO Ash Mandhyan (formerly of Lazada and Facebook); and How to Use Big Data to Grow your E-commerce Business with Havas Media Chief Digital Officer Shayne Madamba.
The panelists will be joined by top Lazada sellers and trainers of prestigious LazStar Academy–Buildmate’s Mars Kaw, Clifton Guitar’s Adrian Tan, Dunspen’s Chester Sy, Guru Mehar’s Akash Priyani, Peculiar’s Isaac Saliendra, and RTW by Ellex’s Yolz Lopez–who will share their vast experience in running their successful Lazada shops.
Completing LazUCon’s powerful line up are keynote presentations on Lifelong Learning from Lazada Head of Organization and Talent Migs Lanuza; Digital Marketing Student Success Stories by CDM CEO Hans Roxas-Cua; E-preneurship Program from Akadasia’s CEO Neelash Bhatia; Alibaba GET Program from iACADEMY CEO Vanessa Tanco; Content Production and Procurement 101 E-Learning from iACADEMY Senior Manager for Partnerships Bai Pendatun-Ilagan; and Innovation and Creative Entrepreneurship from Thames International President Joel Santos.
LazUCon is also the launching event of Lazada University’s Year of Online Learning (YOLO), a yearlong campaign to promote the culture of learning among Lazada sellers.
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