Western and Central Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Cross-border e-commerce has opened up a new way to connect producers and merchants directly to customers around the world. In 2013, global business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce sales totalled US$ 1.2 trillion; by the end of 2016, they will reach an estimated US$ 1.92 trillion.ITC actively supports SMEs in acquiring the necessary skills and capabilities to trade through e-commerce channels. Our e-Solutions Programme provides a platform of shared technologies and services, including access to international payment solutions and logistics, enabling small firms to share the costs of exporting goods, handle foreign payments and generate awareness in foreign markets.
There are an increasing number of ITC projects which help businesses grow using e-commerce channels.
e-Strategies build on ITC’s extensive analytical work on e-commerce by augmenting traditional sector strategies with a an e-commerce survey which allows stakeholders to assess the sector’s readiness for e-commerce.
26 Apr - 31 May 2017
Just-in-time course on digital commerce
20 Apr 2017
ITC, OIF, Ministry of Trade launch ‘Made in Senegal’
25 Sept 2017
New Pathways to E-commerce: A Global MSME Competitiveness Survey
28 July 2017
Status, Opportunities and Challenges of BRICS e-commerce
25 May 2016
Bringing SMEs Onto The E-commerce Highway
26 Sept 2017
ITC at the WTO Public Forum 2017
11- 13 Jul 2017
ITC at the sixth Aid for Trade Global Review
24 - 28 Apr 2017
ITC at UNCTAD E-commerce week
26 Apr 2017
ITC speaks at the Graduate Institute: E-commerce in rural China and developing countries