Daisy Wholesale will be holding a trio of mobile workshops in the run up to Christmas.
The leading wholesale aggregator says the exclusive sessions, being held in partnership with O2 and Blackberry, will encourage and assist more resellers to adopt mobile into their portfolio.
Any telecoms or IT reseller looking to break into the mobile arena is invited to attend the workshops on either Tuesday, 29th November (Slough), Thursday, 1st December (Leeds) or Wednesday, 7th December (Glasgow).
Held at O2’s offices in each of the respective areas, there will be two sessions per day – 10am until 12 Noon, and 2pm until 4pm.
Daisy Wholesale’s Sales Director Garry Growns explained: “We understand there are some perceived complexities around selling mobile and we are here to show resellers that, with our support, they are more than capable of adopting these services.”
With access to O2’s network in a wholesale capacity, Daisy Wholesale is able to provide resellers with the opportunity to earn lucrative connection bonuses and on-going revenue share whilst locking out mobile operators selling into their base.
Following the re-launch of its proposition in August this year, the wholesale giant has introduced of a series of new support mechanisms, including a dedicated Mobile Pre-Sales and Bid Support Team, white label marketing, new revenue share opportunities and more commercial flexibility.
The mobile workshops will not only give full details on Daisy Wholesale’s proposition, including how its commission scheme works, but will give a review of the mobile marketplace as a whole and where its future lies.
O2 will also give an overview of its business, and resellers will be able to direct their questions towards the panel.
Growns added: “These sessions provide a fantastic opportunity for partners who want to break into the mobile market but don’t have the knowledge or confidence to go out and sell the proposition.
“Partners will not only come away with a clear understanding of how Daisy Wholesale and the mobile market works, but what opportunities are available to them and what O2, Blackberry and Daisy Wholesale can offer them in terms of support.”