Registration for eBay Open is officially....open! Check out the full agenda and register 👇
eBay has officially announced the dates for eBay Open 2022 - September 21-23. It will be a hybrid event with most of the action being hosted virtually but also some in person eBay Studio events in New York, Austin, and Los Angeles on the last day.
Registration opens on July 20th
We are excited to announce eBay Open 2022, the return of our biggest seller event of the year, September 21-23. This year, we’ll connect, educate, inspire, and celebrate our seller community through a hybrid event—largely online with three in-person events across the country.
Join thousands of fellow sellers online for content and sessions you won’t find anywhere else— all designed to help grow your business and deepen your community connections.
Pick and choose from an agenda featuring three half-days of fundamental and advanced training sessions, seller-led and category breakouts, executive keynotes, fireside chats, seller discussions, networking, and more.
Plus, this year, we are thrilled to be adding eBay Open Studio in-person events. Join sellers and eBay staff live and in person on September 23 in New York, Austin, and Los Angeles. These eBay Open Studio events will be three hours long, hosted by eBay, and will include watch parties for the closing keynote, Q&As with eBay leaders, and a social hour with sellers from your area. Space at these events is limited, so register as early as possible if you’re interested.
Tickets to the eBay Open Studio events will be $20, but every attendee will receive a $20 eBay Gift Card, eBay swag, and a lot more. The three-day eBay Open virtual conference is 100% cost-free.
Keep an eye out for registration to eBay Open 2022, coming July 20.
For those who can't make it, Value Added Resource will have ongoing coverage throughout the virtual event - and in the meantime, catch up on our coverage from last year's eBay Open Online!
Hopefully this year they'll be a little more "live" and a little less "pre-recorded"....0r at the very least a lot more transparency either way. 😉