I’m incredibly honoured to announce that CBD Sloth is a media partner for the White Label World Expo, a brilliant event for professional online sellers to meet white label goods suppliers.
The event is run by the Prysm Group a leading international trade exhibition organiser, with events running all over the world. They also have the London show coming up very soon, therefore I wanted to highlight some key information.
What Events Do They Have Coming Up?
The events and dates are highlighted below:
- ExCel in London 2nd and 3rd March 2022
- LVCC in Las Vegas – 25th and 26th May 2022
- Javits Center in New York – 29th September and 30th October 2022
- Messe in Frankfurt – 12th and 13th October 2022
Who Will Be Talking?
There are a number of illustrious names on the list of speakers, including Rachit Kapoor, who will be talking about selling on Amazon, something you can’t yet do with CBD products, but which is worth learning in case the rules change in the future.
You may also get the chance to see Aymer Wilson, who will be talking about harnessing the power of your retail shop online.
The full list of speakers and seminars are available to see on the White Label World Expo website, with some of the best highlighted below:
Jonny Stewart- Philip Kingsley
Rachit Kapoor- Amazon
Emma Thornton- TRUE Skincare
Phil Hanna- Hermes
Charlotte Pearce- Inkpact
Mark Wright- Climb Online
Why Should I Go?
For a start, this will be a great place to meet other business owners and network with suppliers and companies whom you might be able to work with.
From your packaging to the use of carrier oils or even marketing purposes, there will be plenty of businesses attending and with an exhibition stand, so make sure to take some time to walk around and arrange some meetings.
There are also the previously mentioned seminar sessions and keynote speakers, who will be talking through strategies and tactics in order to enhance your results and increase your profitability.
The panel debates are a great way to get some experts discussing with each other on stage, while you can also fire a question up.
There will also be an innovation award and service of the year award, so make sure to enquire and submit your business if you feel you qualify, or nominate someone you feel deserves the award.
How Do I Get A Ticket?
You can get yourself a free ticket from their website.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to exhibit and want to find out about setting up a stand, then you might want to visit their Exhibit page or speak with Alexander Weber. They accept brands from all different areas, from CBD oils to vaping brands, marketing companies and drop shipping businesses.
You can expect all the big exhibitors to be attending, including the likes of SellerX, AmaZervice, eBay, Elixinol, Green Spectrum LTD, Nature Cure, Parcel One and Swiss Organic Partners.
Should I Book A Hotel Nearby?
Yes, whenever I attend a conference, it’s much better when you get a hotel nearby.
I also like to travel up the night before, so you can enjoy the breakfast in the hotel and head up first thing in the morning. This way, you can leave your heavy bags in the hotel room and enjoy the day.
There are seriously hundreds of hotels closeby, all at a relatively decent price, but expect prices to rise around key events such as this, especially as they start to book up, so try to get your room as early as possible.
Some nearby options include Novotel, Aloft, DoubleTree by Hilton and Premier Inn.
If you’re willing to go a little further, you can find yourself some real bargains.
How Do I Get There?
The closest stop to Excel is via the DLR line (Docklands Light Railway), with most getting off at Prince Regent, being a 2 minute walk from the entrance (just follow the crowds).
For most, you will have to take a few trains, often taking the Jubilee line to Canning Town, where you will then switch to the DLR.
There is also parking at the ExCel, with an area where you can park and drop off supplies.
What are the official hashtags I should monitor on the day for the White Label World Expo?
How many seats are there at the talks? Are the talks all at one area or split?
For seminar theatre’s, there are around 30-40 seats, however Keynote theatre’s hold around 80-100 seats. People tend to stand around the area too, so there is plenty of space. There are multiple theatres in different locations.