Wednesday, January 11, 2017

E-commerce Entrepreneurs Summit in 4 locations | January 2017

E-commerce Entrepreneurs Summit is held in four (4) locations in the Philippines: January 7 (Manila), January 14 (Cebu), January 21 (Baguio), and January 28 (Davao). The online schedule will be on January 18. Learn how successful businesses increase their revenue online and acquire bigger market share.

Thanks to Blogadia for giving me the opportunity to attend and learn from this conference.

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MANILA: January 7, 2017 - A. Venue Hotel Makati

Topics and speakers are subject to change. Roundtable discussions to follow encouraging participants to tackle the topic further.

9:00 - 9:30 am State of E-Commerce in the Philippines
Speaker: Dr. Nick Fontanilla, i-Metrics Asia-Pacific Corp.

The E-Commerce Intensity Index monitors e-commerce transactions since August 2013 focusing on B2B purchases and sales in manufacturing, retail / wholesale, and services sectors.  Learn about the 2016 year-ender report and forecast for 2017.

9:30 - 10:00 am Building a Nationwide E-Commerce Logistics & Last Mile Delivery Network (A Framework)
Speaker: Achilles Reyes, CheckMeOut

For e-commerce to prosper, we need a nationwide logistics and last mile delivery network capable of pick-up, delivery, offering cash on delivery services, among others -- connecting various providers. Let us take the challenge in tackling this topic and look into a framework we can ponder on.

10:15 - 10:45 am The Future of Marketplaces 
Speaker: Mark Joseph Panganiban, Shopinas

With the growing number of marketplaces catering to various niches and coming up with creative features, what is the next stage in the e-commerce marketplace evolution? Will there be interconnection, integration, formation of industry consortium, minimum standards, among others?

11:00 - 11:30 am Philippine E-Commerce Roadmap Dashboard Updates
Speaker: Janette Toral, DigitalFilipino

Latest information on where the country is towards achieving the targets set in the Philippines E-Commerce Roadmap. Insights will be shared on opportunities that require help from various stakeholders.

11:45 - 12:30 Bloggers as Online Buying Influencers 
Speaker: Rosanna Co-Angeles, BlogADia

One of our Certified E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur, Professional Program class team launched a bloggers & advertisers marketplace for blog-related campaigns. Rosanna will discuss why MSMEs should consider working with bloggers as one of the means to build online credibility.

1-30-2:00 B2B E-Commerce for MSMEs - Getting Buyers Online
Speaker: Christopher Guarin, PhilYES

Business-to-business e-commerce often happens at the back-end from online marketplaces, government, big companies dealing with their suppliers where transactions are recorded through online bidding, purchase orders, charge invoices, electronic fund transfer, among others. More B2B sites are expected rise in the Philippines from 2017 onwards. This session intends to present a vision for B2B E-Commerce in the Philippines.

2:00 - 2:30 pm State of Freelancing in the Philippines
Speaker: Genesis Reonico, Online Jobs University

The growing number of freelancers in the country and the world shows the changing trend in workplace environments. However, one can become obsolete unless continuous investment is made in improving oneself and extend to new opportunities. Refresh or restart as necessary. 

2:45 - 3:45 pm Advance E-Commerce Marketing Strategies
Panel: Mannix Pabalan of Hashtag Digital and Glen Dimaandal of GDI Online Marketing

Learn advance and cost-effective e-commerce marketing approaches. Panel will share insights in the field of marketing strategies, search advertising, social media, and performance marketing. 

4:00 - 5:00 pm E-Commerce Startup / MSME Presentations

Presentation of marketplace projects by Certified E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur, and Professional Program students.

Contact Janette Toral for inquiries thru 0917-4490011 or send a private message.

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