E-commerce, generally defined as the sale of goods and services online, has emerged as a key pillar in the global fight against COVID-19. Online shopping and telemedicine, for example, have helped to avoid interpersonal contact and reduce the risk of new infections. Video chats, streaming movies and online education make physical distance measurements more bearable. At the same time, e-commerce has helped to preserve jobs during the crisis. For many restaurants that had to close during the economic freeze, online delivery services have become a lifeline.
You have a commercial activity and, finally, you have decided to take the big step: make your products or services known and sold, expanding the audience of customers on a national or even global level thanks to the Web. You have decided to open, in a nutshell, your e-commerce, useful tool to simplify the customer's purchasing process even from a distance.
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria and its member Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. organize this webinar "How to use e-commerce as a key to overcome the Covid19 crisis in the Company. Legal Aspects and regulations to sell online" on June 18th at 2pm (Sofia time).
2pm Opening and moderation
Rosa Cusmano, ICCB Secretary General
2h15pm “E-commerce as a key to success to overcome the crisis from Covid19 in the company. Legal and regulatory aspects to sell online"
Desislava Krusteva, Head of Technology & Data Protection Practice Group at Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. (DPC)
Working language | English
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