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              Zooming in on Ecommerce - Africa

              December 12th

              Join us for an exclusive conversation on the status of ecommerce in the emerging African market!  Together with other experts we will discuss the most relevant findings and trends highlighted in the Africa Ecommerce Report 2018.

              TOPICS & AGENDA
              - Logistics & infrastructure in African ecommerce.
              - Challenges in national and cross-border trade 
              - Latest developments & their impact on ecommerce.
              - Mobile usage in Africa
               & consumer behavior insights.
              PRACTICAL INFO: 
              • Where: Behind your desk (anywhere, everywhere)
              • When:  November 12th 15:30 PM CET
              • Duration: 45 minutes
              • Language: English 

              About the Speakers

              Sara Lone

              Research coordinatoR

              ECOMMERce FOUNDATION
              Sara received her Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of California, IrvinHer background consists of economic research and policy analysis, focusing on technology and sustainability in a digitally-globalized world.
              Sara oversees the Ecommerce Foundation Research Team in creating country reports, custom research, content and webinars.

              Alastair Tempest


              E-commerce forum africa
              Alastair moved to South Africa in 2011 as President of the Institute of Interactive and Direct Marketing, and became the COO of the Direct Marketing Association of Southern Africa in 2012.  In December 2014 he was appointed Regional Director Africa for the International Omni Retail Markets Association (IORMA).  
              In July 2015 he was appointed Director of the Ecommerce Forum of Africa (EFA).
              Alastair has written & spoken extensively on marketing issues. He has given expert evidence  at the European Commission, the European Parliament, Council of Europe, OEC D  and US Federal Trade Commission.

              Lydia K. Makau

              Country manager

              Safe.shop kenya
              Lydia has over 15 years experience in implementation, support and management of ERP systems across East Africa ain Trade, Manufacturing, Floriculture, NGOs and automotive industries
              She is the Country Manager for Safe.Shop in Kenya, the Global Ecommerce Trustmark which is an initiative of the Ecommerce Foundation to foster global digital Trade.
              Lydia is passionate about Africa's growth and development and believe that technology-driven entrepreneurship is key to unlocking Africa's potential.

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