At the initiative of the Dubai Trade Attaché of the Ministry of Commerce, a virtual delegation organization covering the Gulf countries, targeting regional on-site markets and e-commerce platforms will be held.
Dubai Trade Attaché of regional market initiatives between the Ministry of Commerce with the Gulf countries and Turkey, e-commerce platform will be installed at the target virtual trade bridge.
13 July, the initiatives of the Dubai Commercial Attache, ezdubai supports the Electronic Commerce Operators Association in cooperation with the "e-Trade Bridge: Turkey-United Arab Emirates" will be held from virtual organization committee. Including the Gulf Arab Countries Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and the Middle East and Africa Region (MEA) countries, the goals of the event include regional local markets and e-commerce platforms.
The Mission, I wish, Boyne, de facto, e-Baby, Flo, Evyapan, Atelier Rebul, Özdilek, So Chic, Suwan and Paşabahçe side of Turkey's well-known brands such as Merchandising well as SMEs spot market and which are important for the expansion of the e-commerce platform E-PTT will participate with “e-export service providers”.
Regional players of the JCC and MEA, such as Oman Post, Aswaq, Sharaf DG, Namshi, 2th Street, AfricaSokoni, Jeeblee, MumzWord confirm the participation in B6B (business to business) negotiations, local markets of KIK and MEA. Turkish firms are expected to hold more than 200 bilateral meetings with their interlocutors.
E-commerce providers will explain opportunities
In addition, prior to the B2B meeting, 12 as well as the delegations participating in July as open to all e-commerce company in Turkey, "GCC E-Commerce Market and Logistics Facilities" Dubai and the Northern Emirates for the Turkish Business Council with Turkey by Dubai Trade Attaché Webinars will be held in which Amazon, Noon, Jumia, EZDubai Free Zone and Aramex officials will participate as speakers.
In the B2B, C2C (Consumer-to-consumer interviews) trade of the Middle East and North Africa Region, e-commerce figures that do not involve the food, entertainment and automobile sectors reached $ 2019 billion in 28,5, with an average annual rate of 25 percent, It is considered to be the region where it grows fast.
On the other hand, e-commerce in the Gulf region increased between 19 and 400 percent in April due to the impact of the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-850) outbreak. Thanks to this organization, it is aimed for Turkish brands to get more shares from the accelerated e-commerce market.