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Report from UNCTAD eCommerce Week 2018

Here is a report from the eCommerce Week at UNCTAD, Geneva, Swtizerland.

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7 Digital skills are not optional in today’s tech savvy world (UNCTAD)

Negative stereotypes about women and girls studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects are among the impediments to an inclusive world where hi-tech solutions solve global problems, the  1,473 more words

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UNCTAD proposes reforms in gum arabic production, export in sub-Saharan Africa

In a special gum arabic-themed issue of its Commodities at a Glance series, UNCTAD spotlights the huge potential of revenue growth lying in transforming this commodity into processed export goods. 773 more words


IndiaMART outlines the roadmap for e-commerce success in the Digital Age for Developing Economies at the UNCTAD eCommerce Week 2018

India’s largest online marketplace, IndiaMART represented India and its ecommerce success story at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development eCommerce Week in Geneva. Mr Dinesh Agarwal (Founder & CEO – IndiaMART) and Mr Brijesh Agrawal (Co-founder and Director – IndiaMART) talked about what does it take to develop a successful digital economy in the developing world and its impact. 636 more words

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IndiaMART represents India at UNCTAD eWeek

IndiaMART represented India at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development – eCommerce Week.Here’s a sneak peek inside the major happenings of the event. 364 more words

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IndiaMart, the Indian Alibaba growing at a blazing speed

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The head of the e-commerce platform, Dinesh Agarwal, is described as the Indian “Jack Ma”. At 49, he sees the future in pink, hoping that the purchasing power of the Indian population increases significantly in the coming years…

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For Indiamart founders, B2B e-commerce needs 'identity'


India is one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets in recent years. According to an eMarketer report, the projection for 2018 is a 23.5% increase in online sales. 323 more words

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