e-commerce sector giants From Turkey and abroad gathered at the World E-Commerce Forum (WORLDEF) in Turkish Mediterranean Resort city of Antalya Tuesday.
Companies and shareholders gathered for the three days event To discuss several topics, including the entrepreneurial environment, global markets and new trends in Retail trade And the digital marketing.
More than 50 specialists in the Turkish and foreign sector will do it give Words in sessions during an event that is hosted by over 1200 participants from 35 countries.
Address to the opening ceremony of the World head Omar Nart said that the markets exist hosted by event It represents 150 billion dollars share of The global market.
With the epidemic, new Opportunities appeared for E-commerce sector, this event It is organized to take advantage of these opportunities.” added.
Nart also WORLDEF MEETING SAY in United kingdom on October 25-26 will mark first The time the forum is held abroad.
“The entire European e-commerce system will gather in this place event,” he is added.
Daniel Vines, Vice President of FedEx Europe said e-commerce is growing exponentially pace And the creating Fantastic Opportunities for Everyone.
“to compete in this is fast-Evolving market and decision service makers strive to provide a smooth customer experience”.
In a press release following the opening ceremony, Nart said Turkish businessmen will be able to meet their counterparts at the London meeting. The UK has 700 billion pounds ($916.8 billion) in e-commerce market.
The meeting will attract about 300 Turkish companies from several sectors of e-commerce, including retailers, service providers and logistics companies, tech companies and markets, is added.
At the meeting in Antalya, he said it hosts about 1500 participants this is yearbut the number will reach 100,000 in five years.
In a few years, the volume of electronic exports to Turkey, which currently Standing at $2 billion annually, he could go up by $3 billion to $4 billion thanks to his relationships with United Kingdom, according to Nart.
Orksan Isayev, CEO of ShopiVerse, A store Provider for E-commerce companies, the United Kingdom is very attractive market for Turkish e-commerce sector.
He said that Turkish manufacturers are able to achieve low cost, but high-quality products and Turkish companies will be able to find opportunities for integration with British and European companies in event in London.