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Building upon the momentum of last year’s event, the 2020 Summit will once again take place in Yangon, Myanmar. As the Myanmar government continues with legal and regulatory reforms, and with the drafting of new laws covering e-commerce, Myanmar is poised to join regional players in using e-commerce as a key driving force to rapidly grow its internet economy.

As a region, Southeast Asia’s internet economy is expected to be worth $50 billion - with internet users in the region spending an average of 3.6 hours per day on the internet, more than in any other region in the world. By 2025, the internet economy will expand to account for at least 6% of Southeast Asian GDP, according to Google and Temasek.



Click here to watch MITV Coverage of the 2019 edition on National TV 8pm News

Myanmar’s internet usage is expected to rise with tremendous improvements in broadband and IT infrastructure making internet services faster and more affordable. With traditional retail at 90%, the rapid internet penetration and the emergence of new payment gateways, mobile payment providers and new start-ups will inevitably boost retail e-commerce in Myanmar.

According to UNCTAD’s eTrade readiness Assessment on the country, the most important factor for e-commerce development in Myanmar is payments methods for e-commerce (Figure 1).

Consumers are expecting faster and more flexible delivery. Current and emerging delivery models will struggle to survive if they do not adapt to a cost-effective delivery solution, which enables them to intelligently consolidate orders into efficient delivery routes that increase route density and drop sizes, and Myanmar is no exception. Last Mile Logistics is of paramount importance.

Same-day delivery and last mile logistics are estimated to be valued at more than $1.35 billion this year, with 25% of customers willing to pay extra for same-day delivery.

This year’s E-Commerce & Last Mile Logistics event will be co-located with the 11th Mobile Money & Financial Inclusion Summit. Both events will be dedicated to explore the challenges and opportunities arising from the rapidly changing landscape with emphasis on technology, innovation and shaping reforms.

Co-located with the 10th Mobile Money & Financial Inclusion Summit 2019.

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WHY ATTEND

Independent
and
Authoritative
A timely summit in Myanmar bringing together all stakeholders driving the e-commerce wave in emerging Asia
Seize
Opportunities
Probe the exciting opportunities presented for all players in the e-commerce ecosystem
Learn
From trade officials, industry experts, investors and entrepreneurs - the critical success factors
Knowledge
Dedicated country presentations, expert insights and robust panel debates deep-diving into critical issues
Risk
Management
Address the complexities involved in driving revenue, optimising operations and risk management
Evaluate
The business case and the latest technological innovations relevant for your business
Network
Network with key stakeholders and decision makers involved in e-commerce transformation
Best Practices
Strategies and technical knowledge on how to create a mobile-specific strategy from successful businesses in the region
Who Should Attend the Summit:
  • Global Ecommerce Director
  • Head of Ecommerce APAC
  • Regional Ecommerce Director
  • Experiential Managers
  • Head of Customer Engagement
  • Digital Customer Experience Managers
  • Logistics Managers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Head of Delivery Operations
  • Head of Digital Payment Products
  • Digital Payment Executives
SUMMIT IS SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR THESE INDUSTRIES:
  • Consumer Goods
  • Health & Wellness
  • Apparels
  • Manufacturers
  • Beauty
  • Food & Beverage
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