They create Chilean Camera of Electronic Commerce with a view to fortifying e-commerce at national level
The new trade union organization, already groups to more 150 portals Web of cities of all the country and counts on a directory of companies that serve of electronic commerce.
Thursday 09 of June of the 2016, the creation of the Chilean Camera of Comercio Electrónico announced (CCCE), organism that it tries to develop to national level, and with emphasis in regions, the new market of the electronic commerce.
According to the new trade union organization informed, it groups to more 150 portals Web of cities of all the country and already counts on a directory of companies that serve of electronic commerce.
The executive president of the CCCE, Patricio Muñoz, emphasized the institutional objective to become “a contribution to the call new economy of ‘e-commerce ‘national, that grows to an annual rate of 30%, but that from its perspective, must involve different platforms and pay channels for the SMEs increasingly. The associate portals represent diverse sectors of the industry, by means of enterprise initiatives and of undertaking of Native cities from Iquique to Port, and CCCE hopes to cooperate in the decentralization of the commerce in their different modalities”.
It added that in his objectives it is “fortifying the local identity in regions and improving the participation of smallest in the electronic commerce, giving data to them and metric, legal and financial consultant's office, and to orient in thematic of contingency as it is the electronic invoicing, effective from the 1 of August, with gratuitous qualification”.
Finally, the organization specified that it counts in his personnel with engineers of technology and Internet, lawyers in registry name brand, intellectual property and electronic commerce, and strategists in the product positioning in Internet, generating a organizational structure with the competitions necessary to project for charity to this trade union organization and with center in the SMEs.
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