Ecommerce Europe is the association representing 25,000+ companies that sell products and/or services online to consumers in Europe. Founded by leading national e-commerce associations across the continent, its mission is to advance the interests and influence of European e-commerce through advocacy, communication and networking.
To advance the interests and influence of e-commerce in Europe through advocacy, communication and networking.
Ecommerce Europe has been setup with the following objectives in mind:
- enhance the success of the European B2C e-commerce industry;
- provide for a strong and effective representation of B2C e-commerce industry in Brussels;
- advance the interest of B2C e-commerce industry with relevant stakeholders and institutions;
- create an environment in which e-commerce companies feel at home;
- realize new brand recognition and membership engagement at all levels.
Ecommerce Europe Reports
Each year, in addition to an overall European report, Ecommerce Europe publishes five regional reports that focus on facts, figures, trends and forecasts in the field of e-commerce and that comprise more than 25 European countries in total. Companies who want to expand their business into new markets can find a lot of useful information in these B2C E-commerce Reports. By means of, among other things, comprehensive infographics and in-depth country profiles, Ecommerce Europe provides a platform to guide and assist companies in identifying new possibilities within Europe.
Ecommerce Europe Round Tables
Ecommerce Europe organizes several round tables throughout the year, in cooperation with national e-commerce associations and media partner E-commercefacts.com. During these meetings, leading European retailers that sell products and/or services online cross border to consumers discuss pan-European cross-border e-commerce topics such as marketing, payments, logistics and regulations.
The Round Tables 2014 take place in different cities, including Paris, Copenhagen, London, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Milan and Warsaw, and are exclusively accessible for 30-40 e-commerce experts and invitees, such as company members and business partners of Ecommerce Europe.
Ecommerce Europe welcomes and invites national associations in EU member states and EFTA countries representing (part of) the e-commerce B2C industry in their domestic market to join the association. For more information on procedures and how to join Ecommerce Europe, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Board of Directors
Leading national ecommerce associations and cross border companies selling products and/or services online to consumers are represented on the Board of Directors of Ecommerce Europe.
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Ecommerce Europe's Executive Committee is comprised of the following persons:
Members of the Executive Committee:
- Wijnand Jongen (the Netherlands), Vice-President (Operations), Chair of the Executive Committee
- Annette Falberg (Denmark), Vice-Precident (Finances), Member of the Executive Committee
- Marc Lolivier (France), Vice-Precident (Public Affairs), Member of the Executive Committee
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Ecommerce Europe associative partners are e-commerce related organizations and non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) aligned to the European e-commerce industry. Associative partners are organizations and associations who want to be aligned to mission, goals of Ecommerce Europe.
Ecommerce Europe distinguishes between full associative partners and associative partners.
(Full) associative partners have an observant role within Ecommerce Europe.
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Ecommerce Europe media partners are (inter)national publishers and/or publications related to the European e-commerce industry.
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