Marlene ten Ham
The team in Brussels is responsible for proactive advocacy towards European legislators, as well as for networking and cooperation with the European Institutions and other stakeholders.
The team in Brussels advocates for the e-commerce sector on policy issues concerning the EU Digital Single Market, and is supported by policy experts from its National Associations and Company Members. Key policy areas include: Internet security & privacy, consumer rights, e-payments, tax issues, competition and e-logistics. Ecommerce Europe’s positions and strategy are always decided in co-ordination with the members of the Working Committees.
Director of EU Public Affairs
Senior Policy Advisor