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April 2014: Free Event: "e-Commerce and e-Logistic", with WearYouWant and M'Link

"e-Commerce and e-Logistic"

When it comes to online shopping, logistic is the key. 

Once a e-merchant has got clients and orders, delivery is key for customers satisfaction and long time success. 

But it is not always an easy task to find the best providers and to manage the whole process, from the warehouse to the customer's door. 

How to best handle the logistic issue for e-commerce services?

• From the merchant perspective:

Julien Chalte is the co-founder and Managing Director at WearYouWant,  the new and fast growing Beauty and Fashion brands online shop. Julien will share with us the objective and challenges of logistics and delivery when it comes to building a successful e-commerce website.

• From the service provider perspective:

M'Link Services is the logistic department of the MPO Group, a Global Solution provider for consumers packaged goods. The M'Link Services team will tell us about the opportunities and challenges of focusing on e-logistic for a service provider and how they can help e-merchant to successfully develop their online business. 

• Q&A & Networking

The talks will be followed by the usual Q&A session and the networking time, giving everyone the opportunity to meet and exchange further.

• Lucky Draw

Participate in our lucky draw and win a 1,000 baht gift voucher at WearYouWant! (2 vouchers up for grabs!).



DoubleTree (by Hilton) Hotel - Conference Room (3rd Floor)
Sukhumvit soi 26 (100 meters down the soi on the right side), BTS Phrom Phong, Bangkok. 



This is a Free Event! Join us now and then click "Yes" on the RSVP box in the right column here =>

We will charge 100 baht at the door for walk-in guests.

Note: if you are not a member of WebMob Thailand yet, there are 2 steps in the process:

1) Apply to the WebMob group 
2) Once your application has been approved, RSVP to the event.

Dress Code: "Startup Casual": Jeans and T-shirts are ok but please no shorts and no flip-flops. 

See you all there!

Bart, event organizer.

"WebMob Thailand" is brought to you by, the first Venue Booking Website in Thailand!  

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  • Laurent P.

    As one of the person who, at some point, chatted in the back, hopefully without disturbing others, I also get surprised by the level of background noise from time to time.
    However and since I have a tons of experience as a public speaker, I have also to admit that one of the most potent way of avoiding the background noise is to make your presentation/speech engaging enough that people dont end up doing other things including chatting with each other.
    Respect is mutual and the presenter must make sure he is bringing his A game and delivers an engaging speech.
    Julien did a good job scratching the surface of what is the impact of logistic on their business. The second presentation wasn't too technical but rather too academic and pretty long which might have explained why the people in the far end got distracted into side discussions.
    Ultimately, it would be great to find a location for the event with 2 rooms so people can either sit and listen to the speech or get outside to chat.

    April 30, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Hi Laurent, As I do believe the majority of people attempting this event does not come from Logistics we voluntary did it academic as our objective was to bring brief understanding of factors shall be master to ensure a efficient, consistent and cost effective order fulfillment and distribution.

      May 1, 2014

    • Laurent P.

      Ludovic I understand the rational behind and the fact that you wanted to convey the message that logistic was complex and required expert professional. I think you got your message through. No worries ;)

      May 1, 2014

  • may

    Good job bart, best one for me so far. but people chat too loud during presentation, a bit disturbing.

    1 · April 30, 2014

    • Bart

      Thanks May. As I said, let us know when it's too noisy.

      April 30, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Thanks May too. We hope to bring you a brief picture of logistics challenges

      May 1, 2014

  • Arm S.

    Glad to see you guys and thanks for having me last night :-)

    1 · April 30, 2014

  • Toño

    I respectfully disagree with you about the disturbances, Laurent.
    If some people don't like the presentation, they just can leave, same as when we go for a movie or a music concert.
    Also you and any other speaker already pay respect to the audience preparing your speak the best way you know, and just for that you deserve full silence (even if they don't find you interesting).
    Being distracted is more understandable if the audience is forced to attend the speak, as in schools sometimes, but this is not the case.

    Anyway, I guess most chatting people didn't simply realize how loud and annoying they were sounding. I could be one of them if I were standing.

    It easily can be solved in the future reminding friendly at the beginning that people must be in silence.

    April 30, 2014

    • Laurent P.

      Tono... Happy to take the discussion offline. I don't attend these events as a replacement to a movie or concert. I can see we have very different expectation :)

      1 · April 30, 2014

    • Toño

      For me its not a replacement either, but they work in the same way.

      April 30, 2014

  • Remi

    Cheers to bart to provide these meetups. Food was a nice extra too.
    Some attention can be lost at any event, and anyone can find him/herself on either side of the (sound) barrier...
    PS: soi 26, not sure why I went soi 24...

    April 30, 2014

  • Toño

    Very well organized. Thank you, Bart.
    Hadn´t had time for dinner, so the food before the event was a nice surprise.
    I found the first talk too general and the second too technical, but probably it was my mistake to not read more carefully the event info.

    The only thing that made me feel uncomfortable was the people chatting at the back of the room during the presentations.
    I dont know if it's usual and accepted in these events but i see it as a shocking lack of respect to the speakers, and the rest of the audience.

    1 · April 30, 2014

    • Bart

      Thank you Tono. It's difficult to get people to keep quiet sometimes. Don't hesitate to report the situation to the organizing team when it gets too noisy.

      April 30, 2014

  • Weerasak S.

    Very good Web Mob Event.

    1 · April 30, 2014

  • Khunniti N.

    Nice event today. Get friends and future colleges.

    Btw, as many of you wonder what I am doing, I am making a platform for tutoring for free. We hope to help everyone to be able to access quality education (by firstly focusing on high school student who need to go to University entrance exam) that is our website called . Now we are on the crown funding process on Indiegogo, you can look at here .

    Hope to see you guys next event,


    3 · April 30, 2014

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