E-commerce companies are buying and selling goods on the Internet and are expanding their footprints everyday. This has impacted the business of local markets in a big way. Even during the festival season,
The Ajman Free Zone (AFZ) has partnered with Seamless Webinar to host an online discussion on how to build an e-commerce business swiftly and efficiently.
With online shopping and e-Commerce scoring high for convenience and safety, the ‘DED Trader’ licence of Dubai Economy is attracting increased interest from start-ups in Dubai.
E-retail companies in the UAE have succeeded despite the challenges of high demand due to the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and disruption of supply chain worldwide.
Since India rejected RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) with ASEAN and six other countries, most commentators have focused on reasons for exit.
Latest reports suggest that the global cross-border e-commerce logistics market is poised to grow by $24.10 billion until 2022, progressing at a CAGR of more than 8 per cent during the forecasted period 2018-2022.
The e-meeting was attended by 70 representatives from various business groups and councils, in addition to speakers from the Dubai Chamber in order to discuss the latest economic developments.
The world's biggest online retailer said the positions are for full and part-time work in its home country and Canada, and these will include roles at 100 new warehouse and operations sites it is opening this month.
Global retail sales were projected to reach $25.04 trillion in 2021 and $26.7 trillion in 2022, up from approximately $23.6 trillion in 2018, according to Statista, an online tracker of global economy and retail sector.