Nationwide events, supported by O2, BlackBerry and Samsung are ideally suited to new and existing resellers, whether they currently sell mobile services or are new to a rapidly growing sector.
As well as wholesale mobile minutes, attendees will discover more about broadband opportunities from O2 Wholesale (formerly BE Wholesale), handsets, tablets and mobile broadband.
Resellers can start selling immediately and bill end users in their own name as part of a true wholesale model from Nimans and O2 – using simple, easy-to-sell tariffs. By attending one of three events they will gain a valuable insight into the mobile world and learn how they can leverage lucrative new revenue opportunities. Workshops take place on:
Wed 25th April, Nimans’ Manchester HQ
Wed May 2nd, Slough, O2 offices
Thurs May 3rd, Stratford, O2 training academy
“Our philosophy is based on quality not quantity. We want to build long term and productive reseller relationships, showing them how to achieve success, rather than just talking about it,” said Nimans’ Head of Networks, Mark Curtis-Wood.
Attendees will be asked what areas of the market they particularly want to learn about. They will later break out into specific sessions based on their ‘wish lists’.
“For many resellers, mobile is the missing piece of the jigsaw in an increasingly data-centric world,” Mark continued. “More and more resellers are moving into the mobile arena with us. We make it as easy as possible for them, with a dedicated on boarding team spearheading comprehensive levels of specialist support. We’ve produced a step-by-step guide to mobile success and can take resellers through the whole process, one stage at a time.”
He emphasised: “Our bureau billing service for example enables someone that hasn’t done mobile before – and doesn’t want it mixed up with other core areas of their business – to get started straight away. We can bill their customers in their name, collect the cash and look after all the back office administration from start to finish. In addition, the provision of portals and tools makes it easy for customer connection.”
Mark says mobile services have emerged as a dominant force within the communications arena as he concluded: “A shift in spend within companies from fixed voice to mobile is being fuelled by a more mobile workforce, underpinned by a reliance on access to high speed data on the move.”