Safe.Shop South Africa Trustmark
One of our aims at the Ecommerce Forum South Africa (EFSA) is to help increase shoppers’ trust in ecommerce.
We looked at a number of solutions, and identified the best – Safe.Shops - which is branded Safe.Shop South Africa.
WHO WE ARE
The Ecommerce Forum South Africa (EFSA) was created by major Ecommerce players in November 2016, with the mission to increase awareness, confidence and capability of the ecommerce (online selling) sector in South Africa. The EFSA is the forum for all players in the Ecommerce industry — working cohesively with each other to enrich the overall ecommerce industry in South Africa.
BECOME AN EFA MEMBER
Membership is open to all stakeholders in the African eCommerce industry, including e-tailers and service providers. To encourage a collaborative environment, members joining the Ecommerce Forum South Africa are asked to contribute based on the size of their business. All members will have access to the same resources and benefits (Training, Research, Representation, Forum & Networking).
EFFECTIVE MEASURE REPORT
B2B Online surveyed 100 people about the biggest online challenges facing B2B sales and marketing leaders in manufacturing and distribution today. From ecommerce platform development and upgrades, to data flow and integration, B2B is giving you insight on the latest digital strategies, and challenges proving most common in the manufacturing and distribution sectors.
UPCOMING EVENTS & MEETINGS
SEO is one of the most important ecommerce marketing tools. Correctly applied SEO has a powerful impact for an e-shop long-term, but now SEO is changing. Last year, Moz and SparkToro noted that 61.4% of tested Google mobile queries in September 2018 did not result in a click. In many of these cases, Google simply…
I moderated a session at the recent SAIIA conference on 4IR, with two SAIIA papers and interventions from CSIR and SADAC. This leads to SAIIA deciding to do a paper on ecommerce as a key element in the digital economy. As we all know, ecommerce in Africa is well underway, but it has potential to…
At the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) conference in Cape Town RMB’s economist, Celeste Fauconnier pointed out that the 3 biggest hurdles hampering business in Africa are liquidity, infrastructure and corruption. Readers of this Newsletter will recall that it is estimated that Africa needs infrastructure investment of between $130bn (R1.9trn) and $170bn (R2.4trn)…