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Drapers launches free Ask the Expert service has launched a free 'Ask the Expert' online forum, which allows readers to pose questions to a panel of industry experts.

Our Ask the Expert panel features experts from the ecommerce, online marketing, logistics and property sectors.

It is completely free to pose a question and get advice from our panel. Whether you are experienced or new to your business this is a great opportunity to seek and access specialist advice to help you spot new opportunities and overcome challenges your business might be facing.

Our experts are Fadi Shuman, ecommerce director at Pod 1, the creative digital agency; Carl Davis, chief executive of Dealgroupmedia UK, which specialises in online marketing and affiliate and search engine marketing; Philip Bracken, director of professional services at TNT Fashion Group, the logistics specialist; and Nigel Poad, leasing director of Modus Ventures, the property company.

If you would like free specialist advice to help you run your business better click here to be directed to our Ask the Expert section.

To put a question to our panel email us here.

Readers' comments (3)

  • I cannot believe you have only had ...what...4 questions?!

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  • Thierry Bayle

    Is there a plan to focus the expert panel on export issues especially the USA. Many brands wish to build up the brand in the US but many of them fail to understand the 101 golden rules for sales success.
    Thank you.
    Thierry 07939 250 381

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  • Do you think the current credit crunch will affect the high street stores prices and see a rise in more internet based sales as a pose to high street.


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