Emirates News Today and “E-commerce” project foresees the future of the...

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, 3rd October / WAM – The “e-commerce” organized by the “Small and Medium Enterprise Owner Talk” initiative reviewed the future of e-commerce in the UAE, ways to promote micro, small and medium enterprises operating in this field, and the importance of government and private initiatives in support of home and retail trade. To move to digital transformation.

The Ubinar – which was held under the auspices of the Emirates Trade Center under the title “E-commerce after Covid 19, New Era, New Directions” – participated in the event – Mohsen Ahmed, Executive Director of the Logistics Zone in “Dubai South”, Fahim Al Zubaidi, CEO and co-founder of the “kiosks” e-commerce platform, and Sarmad Al Zadjali, President The CEO of Tawseel was presented by Walid Hareb Al Falahi, CEO of Dubai Consulting.

The Ubinar includes talking about the importance of e-commerce and the most prominent economic sectors operating in this field and its role in motivating entrepreneurs to enter the world of trade in light of its low operational value, in addition to highlighting the impact of e-commerce on people’s purchasing behavior and its role in the development and expansion of companies. In many states.

Walid Hareb Al Falahi indicated that the volume of e-commerce in the UAE reached 59 billion dirhams at the end of 2019, and it is expected that this type of trade will grow by more than 600 percent by the end of this year.

He pointed out that the government’s adoption of e-commerce payments on platforms and the tremendous growth for them in other categories such as the fast-service restaurant sector and the transportation sector is the main engine for e-commerce in the UAE to maintain its leading position and growing role, especially in light of the positive results it achieves for both producers. And consumers.

He noted that the Coronavirus crisis has strengthened the importance of e-commerce, as it has become a safe haven for small and medium-sized commercial companies to enhance their presence in the markets. Hence the organization of this event to anticipate the future of e-commerce in the UAE and highlight the importance of this type of trade and its role in the development of companies. .

For his part, Mohsen Ahmed, Executive Director of the Logistics Zone in Dubai South, affirmed that the UAE is consolidating its position as an ideal center for e-commerce around the world, based on its strategic position that enables it to serve the global e-commerce market in the wake of the steady growth of online shopping in the country and the Middle East region.

He noted that the e-commerce area «e. costume. Dubai, which is affiliated with the logistics zone in Dubai South, seeks to support the pioneers of e-commerce and retailers by providing an appropriate work environment that includes a range of business solutions designed for emerging companies, small and medium-sized companies, innovation laboratories and business incubators, and providing an advanced mechanism for activities and logistics services.

The Executive Director of the Logistics Zone in Dubai South thanked the initiative of “Small and Medium Entrepreneur Talk” for organizing this event, which contributes to enhancing societal awareness of the concept of e-commerce and ways of success of entrepreneurs in this sector, as well as identifying developments and developments related to the subject of e-commerce and their implications.

For his part, Fahim Al-Zubaidi, CEO and co-founder of the e-commerce kiosk platform, indicated that the retail sector is witnessing a great development, especially in light of technological and digital advancements, so that e-commerce has a major role in this sector due to its advantages in speed of completion, diversity of payment methods and comparison of goods in a record time. .

He referred to the term home trade, which is witnessing a remarkable growth in the UAE in light of the advanced smart platforms provided by the government and employing them optimally to support economic and social development, and serving community members in the field of launching home trade projects, noting in this regard that “kiosks” have recently been launched. The first Emirati digital platform for e-commerce with the aim of collecting, marketing and selling the products of home business owners and individual personal projects within a unified digital platform and working to promote their products in the local and global markets.

For his part, Sarmad Al Zadjali, CEO of Tawseel operating in the restaurant delivery services sector, which is based in the Emirate of Sharjah, spoke about the experience of Tawseel in the field of delivery services provided to customers and its keenness to enhance its competitiveness in this trade sector as it is witnessing an unprecedented growth as a result. High level of purchase orders through a broker to save time and effort for customers.

He noted that the growing interest of investors in the customer services sector indicates confidence in the business environment in the Emirate of Sharjah and in the future of its sectors, which continue to grow in safety and stability due to the opportunities that their markets provide for growth, expansion and partnerships, indicating that there is a well thought out plan for Tawseel to expand in other Emirates and internationally. Also, he expressed his hope that Tawseel would provide an inspiring model for those wishing to establish their businesses and would enhance the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation among young people.

It is noteworthy that the “Small and Medium Enterprise Owner’s Talk” initiative brings together an elite group of entrepreneurs and experts, and aims to encourage pioneering business and enhance cooperation between institutions, government agencies and sectors, in order to contribute to the development of local small and medium companies.

– MPA –

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