ECOMMERCE AFRICA CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION 2019
EVENTS SOUTH AFRICA
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Global commercial giants descend on Cape Town for the continent’s largest ecommerce gathering.
Join Fastmoving at the 5th Annual eCommerce Africa Conference and Exhibition in less than one month!
DHL eCommerce MoneyAfrica is Africa’s biggest eCommerce Show. Having grown by 45% since 2017 and now in it’s fourth year running, the event will be hosted in the brand new East Wing of the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 14th – 15th March 2018.
14 - 15 March 2018, CTICC East Wing, Cape Town. Gearing Up for e-Commerce Acceleration at the BIGGEST eCommerce, Payments & Fintech Show in Africa.
The recent roller-coaster bitcoin price has moved the topic of cryptocurrencies and the blockchain from geeky chat rooms to boardrooms and dining room tables.
Technology makes end-to-end supply chain visibility and predictive analytics a reality
20/05/2019 - 09:31
Line of sight is the biggest challenge for all aspects of the supply chain, from the manufacturer to the wholesaler, distributor, and the reseller and even to the end consumer. This lack of visibility and resulting lack of control results in a number of issues, from stock losses to pricing inflation, uncertain availability and increased time to market.
Amazon strengthens ties with French food retailer Casino
24/04/2019 - 11:50
E-commerce giant Amazon and French retailer Casino are expanding their partnership, with Amazon installing pick-up lockers in Casino stores and more of the French company’s products to be available on Amazon.
Mulberry teams up with Farfetch to bolster global omnichannel
16/04/2019 - 15:31
Mulberry has launched a partnership with online luxury fashion retailer Farfetch to strengthen its international omnichannel strategy.
Retailers feel the heat as e-commerce siphons off sales
11/04/2019 - 09:47
The start of 2019 has been bleak for most SA retailers, raising questions about the future of the sector.
HR and Payroll need to embrace tech change
10/04/2019 - 13:40
Technology permeates every aspect of business today. Even the more traditional people-centric processes of human resources (HR) and payroll have benefited from automation, machine learning, and the like. The challenge lies in whether organisations can keep up with this rapidly evolving landscape, especially in a mobile-centric environment such as South Africa, declares Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies South Africa.