AA – The World E-Commerce Forum (WORLDEF), as the Davos of e-commerce, will be held in Istanbul on October 21.
According to the international e-commerce and e-export platform WORLDEF, uninterrupted regulation for 4 years will be carried out with the main goal of “World E-Commerce Digital Capital: Istanbul”.
Former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and former EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker are expected to attend the forum that will bring together the leaders of e-commerce.
In the forum, where the managers of the top managers of the world’s leading executives and commerce companies can take place, the executive managers and e-commerce professionals of industry leaders such as Turkcell, Trendyol, UPS, n11 and e-bebek will share their experiences.
The Forum has 4 different panels with the elements of “Impacts of Kovid-19 on International Trade”, “e-commerce, Digital Diplomacy and Legislation Implementation”, “e-commerce, Automation and Sustainability” and “Pandemic and Globalization”. The forum, which will host more than 400 guests, will completely accept the route of e-commerce around the world, and solutions will be sought.
“E-COMMERCE IS DISCUSSED WITH ALL ITS Aspects”
In the statement, WORLDEF Board Chairman Ömer stated that the successful management “advances rapidly on the way to becoming e Hookah” in the world, and that they have been continuing the organization for 4 years without interruption.
Nart, who gave information about the e-commerce companies from the leading countries of the forum, gave information about them:
“Renaissance of e-commerce-Digital Capital of Eurasia: At the forum that we will organize with the main future of Istanbul, we want to serve you for wanting to digitize Eurasia in Istanbul. Did the epidemic want your e-commerce in Turkey? e-commerce, today, from an alternative model to the mainstream commerce model, with the e-commerce volume increasing for the second year, 200 thousand companies are preparing to engage in e-commerce. This is to increase 1 million additional uses.”
In the forum, Nart reports the unity of global actors coming together.