EXPO: ECommerce Growth in 2015
Recent Gauteng Business News
e-Commerce is growing at a rate of around 30% a year, according to a recent study conducted by Arthur Goldstuck's World Wide Worx commissioned by Google South Africa. The latest e-commerce stats from Statista.com show that 40% of worldwide internet users have bought products or goods online via desktop, mobile, tablet or other online devices. This amounts to more than 1 billion online buyers and should continue grow steadily says Gert Botes
This shows the tremendous growth of eCommerce. With this positive growth comes negatives as well, online scams are increasing, payment fraud is on the uptake, consumers are abusing the CPA when it comes to refunds, returns etc. Protection of personal information is becoming more and more important, information is being stolen and social media is full of schemes and fraudsters.
Thus... The eCommerce Law and Security Conference was born! By attending this conference on 3 and 4 June 2015 delegates will learn more about the landscape of internet security and online threats, cybercrime in the eCommerce industry and cybercrime insurance, the impact of credit card fraud on eCommerce, eCommerce payment compliance and security, POPI compliance, data collection, data privacy and value of your data, the Consumer Protection Act and the online environment, identifying and mitigating risk, intellectual property and brand protection. The conference will feature an exclusive Social Media Laws and Risks Workshop presented by one of South Africas top law firms Bowman Gilfillan as well as panel discussion on POPI in eCommerce.
Professionals who will benefit from attending the conference includes Attorneys, Business Development Managers, Channel Managers, Digital Managers, eCommerce Managers, Legal Advisors, Legal and Compliance Officers, Sales and Marketing Managers, Social Media Manager, HR Managers, Security Analysts, Information Security Managers and Specialists, Fraud Risk and Compliance Managers to mention a few...
Speaker panel consists of Andrew Kirkland from Trustwave South Africa, Robby Coelho from Webber Wentzel, Ashleigh van Kerckhoven from KPMG, Rosalind Davey and Khomotso from Bowman Gilfillan, Donovan Marais from Sage Pay, Rosalind Lake from Norton Rose Fulbright, Candice Sutherland from SHA Specialist Underwriters, Hugh Melamdowitz from Spoor and Fisher and Chris Berry from Eli5 Consulting
Join companies such as Naspers, Dstv, PayU Payment Services, Makro SA, Capfin and more who have already registered to attend the conference, all delegates will have great opportunities to network with other attendees and speakers. Registration fee: R3199.00 per delegate, group registrations of 3 or more delegates will receive 15% discount off registration fee. Registration fee includes attendance to both days of the conference including panel discussion and workshop, refreshments, sit-down buffet lunch, parking, airport to venue shuttle as well as copy of all presentations post conference.
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