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Southeast Asia eCommerce: Where are the Opportunities for Australian Brands

Fri, Jul 05 2019, 13 PM - 18 PM

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The value of e-commerce in Southeast Asia is expected to hit $240 billion by 2025. With a population of over 600 million, a growing wealth and an increasing number of new smartphone users, Southeast Asia is now the world’s hottest online battleground.

This seminar aims to give NSW brands a greater understanding of the opportunities, competition and challenges in Southeast Asia eCommerce, and help brands plan and carry out their Southeast Asian export strategy. International and industry leaders will address the following areas:

  • Insights in to consumer behaviour through one of Indonesia’s largest marketplaces, Blibli.com
  • Grocery market in Malaysia trends and opportunities, Jocom.com
  • Best practice cross-border shipment into Southeast Asia, Janio
  • Why cross-border payments play an important role in business expansion particularly in high growth regions like Southeast Asia, Payoneer
  • Market Entry Strategies for eCommerce in Southeast Asia, PWC

Keynote speakers:

  • Mr Geoffrey Lew Dermawan, SVP Trade Partnership – Merchant Sales Operations Development | Blibli.com
  • Mr Joshua Sew, CEO | JOCOM
  • Ms Grace Koh, VP of Special Projects & Strategic Partnership | Janio
  • Mr Andrew Parker, Partner, Asia Practice Leader | PWC
  • Mr Nathan Archie, Country Manager | Payoneer

Limited seating available.

We look forward to seeing you at the event

Date and Time

Friday, July 05, 2019

13 PM - 18 PM (UTC+10)

Location

WeWork 100 Harris Street Sydney, NSW 2009 Australia

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