What's in our guide?

To grow your ecommerce sales, whether in November/December, or April, or August, you need to take consistent action throughout the whole year.

Every day counts and offers sales potential. What will help you achieve your sales targets and business goals is keeping track of the ecommerce calendar.

Did you know that in Europe there are big seasonal sales twice a year? Or that in Spain there’s the San Jordi tradition that can generate some extra sales for your store?

There are exciting opportunities for you every month: start marking them in your calendar.

Here’s the Ecommerce Calendar 2020: a must-read for all international online sellers!

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What’s inside?

Key dates + 5 tips for each month to help you maximize your sales potential on both domestic and international online markets.

Key ecommerce dates

Get familiar with the dates of events that drive ecommerce sales.

Sales events on international markets

Learn about more regional events that can provide your online store with plenty of sales opportunities, sometimes bigger than Christmas.

Sales tips month by month

Use our sales tips to plan your ecommerce activities consistently across 12 months.

User-friendly format

Keep track of crucial dates, sales events and check out relevant tips at a glance.

Expert quote from Andrzej Figas, Development Director at Webinterpret
Don’t focus on Christmas only, but try to plan your actions wisely throughout the whole year. By focusing on less known local selling peaks on different markets, you can earn internationally even more than during the Christmas season.

About the Author

A content marketing manager and non-fiction writer, specialising in global ecommerce. Educated in Linguistics (MA) and Business Studies (BA Hons). A well-travelled individual with international education & work experience gained in London, Scotland, Poland and Germany. In her spare time buzzing with creative content ideas, including funky rhyming poems.

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