If you thought social media was just about being social, think again. Today it’s about “social selling.” Potential investors, employees, colleagues, clients and customers are literally at your fingertips. But it is up to you to build relationships and establish trust. And that is what social selling is all about. Social selling is no longer optional for your business. It’s a powerful strategy that can help sell your ideas, establish credibility, secure funding, attract talent and win customers.
Between the two of them, Martha Stewart and Jack Ma have economic reign over a mind-boggling and ever increasing segment of the global consumer population. And it turns out they’re sharing tricks of the trade with one other. “Last year I went to China,” said Stewart, speaking at the Social Media Week conference in New York City this week. “And I called up a company called Alibaba and I asked if I could come visit with this guy Jack Ma.”
2C2P, a leading Southeast Asian payment services company, and Myanmar Payment Union (MPU), the national payment network of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, have developed and implemented Myanmar’s first electronic commerce payments platform. MPU card holders can now – for the first time – search, select and directly pay for online purchases. There are already some 900,000 MPU cards in Myanmar, a number that is increasing rapidly, in line with ongoing economic reforms. MPU authorizes the issuance and acceptance of all payment cards within the country.
As more and more consumers are turning to the web for product information, reviews and purchasing decisions, the distinction between a retailer and e-tailer is becoming less defined. In 2015 this line will continue to blur, forcing the ecommerce merchants quickly to adapt to the new situation. One trend will dictate the e-Commerce game in 2015– the consumer is going to be the king. Today’s consumers are hyper-empowered and they know it. They are not only knowledgeable about which product they want and at what price. They are also super sensitive when it comes to comprehensive reviews and information, inventory availability, lightning fast checkout, on time and often free delivery. In other words, consumers are becoming more and more demanding, tracking every aspect of the shopping experience. And if those demands are not met, a merchant will lose customers or worse, make them angry.
An Inter-ministerial Working Group on E-commerce has been established and draft e-commerce legislation has been slowly moving through the various processes that will lead to its enactment. The draft law contains provisions for e-government and e-payment. It is based on the UNCITRAL Model Law on E-commerce, but also includes some broader issues such as cybercrime, consumer protection in online transactions and content regulation. No significant work has been undertaken at this stage on data protection.
By seeing a big change in Cambodian behaviour in buys products, eday-kh is trying to be one of e-commerce platform to create an idea of shopping with electronic ways in Cambodia. eday-kh will deliver itself as a central market for buyers country-wide. In eday-kh, buys can find various products from many local vendor, this will include most product in Cambodia market such as electronic devices, apparel products, beauty and health-care product...etc