ITC @ UNCTAD’s E-Commerce week
Digital experts from the International Trade Centre (ITC) will this week be joining colleagues from across the world for the 2018 edition of E-Commerce Week, organized by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. In no fewer than 11 sessions will ITC experts help explore how e-commerce can help open doors for small businesses to participate in regional and global trade.
ITC participation will cover a wide spectre of e-commerce-related issues, including consumer trust, logistics and payments, skills building and e-strategies. E-commerce Week will also be provided with insights into e-Trade for Impact – a new initiative that provides a one-stop shop for all ITC’s digital activities.
To kick off E-commerce Week, ITC and AliResearch will on 16 April present What sells in E-commerce: New Evidence from Asian LDCs, a new report that analyses e-commerce data from five Asian least developed countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar and Nepal.
ITC has a range of publications on e-commerce that provide insights for SMEs to make the most of e-commerce: from how-to guides to reach Chinese e-consumers, to e-commerce in BRICS countries, Africa, and global surveys, ITC publications on e-commerce are useful to small businesses and policymakers around the world alike.
ITC sessions at 2018 E-Commerce Week.
Learn more about ITC’s work in e-commerce.
Learn more about UNCTAD’s E-Commerce Week.