BAGUIO CITY – E-commerce enthusiasts will have a chance to gain more knowledge on how to market their products on-line through the upcoming E-commerce seminar to be held at the El Cielito Hotel on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 9 am to 5 pm.
Topics for the whole day seminar will be Boosting Micro-Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMES) Competitiveness in Business and E-commerce, State of E-commerce on the Philippines, Building A Nationwide E-commerce Logistics and Last Mile Delivery Network.
Further, participants will also be appraised on the future of market places, guide to cross-border B2B E-commerce payments and escrow, B2B E-commerce for MSME-getting buyers on-line, state of freelancing in the Philippines, advance E-commerce marketing strategy and E-commerce start up presentations.
Participants of the E-commerce seminar will learn how to leverage E-commerce expanding to local and global markets and learn how successful businesses increase their revenue on-line and acquire bigger market share.
The seminar will be spearheaded by the E-commerce Entrepreneur’s Summit-Baguio and Digital Filpino.com.
For E-commerce to prosper, E-commerce advocates believe that the country needs a nationwide logistics and last mile delivery network capable of pickup, delivery, offering cash on delivery services among others, connecting various providers.
The E-commerce advocates took the challenge of tackling the topic and look into a framework that they can ponder on and with merchants joining multiple market places to generate sales on-line, participants will have a chance of getting the experience of E-commerce experts on how should market places evolve to serve merchants and customers better.
For merchants with own E-commerce site, participants will know if they eventually transform and become market places too.
Among the speakers for the seminar are certified E-commerce entrepreneur Monica Jane Roldan who will share to the participants her Omni-channel E-commerce experience and insights.
The growing number of freelancers in the country and the world shows the changing trend and workplace environments, however, one can become obsolete unless he continues investment is made in improving oneself and extending and expanding opportunities.
Registration fee for the whole day seminar is pegged at P7,000 but interested participants can avail of the early bird rate of P3,400 per participant if payment is made on or before January 19, 2017.
As soon as payment is processed, participants can have access to the E-commerce booth camp version 2 learning series and enrol as a group of 5 and they will be entitled to one slot free.