The UNCTAD eCommerce Week has become the leading forum for Ministers, senior government officials, CEOs and other business representatives, international organizations, development banks, academics and civil society to discuss the development opportunities and challenges associated with the digital economy.

The eCommerce Week is organized by UNCTAD, in collaboration with eTrade for all partners. Given its specific mandate, UNCTAD is uniquely placed to address the cross-cutting development implications of e-commerce and the digital economy.

The role of eTrade for all partners

eTrade for all partners are instrumental in the organization of the eCommerce Week: they help provide the favourable environment for increased multi-stakeholder dialogue, and with their active involvement, they ensure that the event has far-reaching implications.

Through the organization/co-organization of many thematic sessions, eTrade for all partners advocate for more sustainable digital outcomes, at all levels and through a holistic approach, to ensure that digitalization is inclusive and leaves no one behind.

The role of eTrade for all Partners

eTrade for all partners are instrumental in the organization of the eCommerce Week: they help provide the favourable environment for increased multi-stakeholder dialogue, and with their active involvement, they ensure that the event has far-reaching implications.

Through the organization/co-organization of many thematic sessions, eTrade for all partners advocate for more sustainable digital outcomes, at all levels and through a holistic approach, to ensure that digitalization is inclusive and leaves no one behind.

eCommerce Week 2022

Data and Digitalization for Development

The 2022 edition of the eCommerce Week, held simultaneously in Geneva and online, explored different ways to strengthen developing and least developed countries (LDCs), to continue engaging and benefiting from e-commerce and the digital economy, and to build more resilient and inclusive societies in a dramatically different post-COVID-19 environment.

eCommerce Week 2022

Data and Digitalization for Development

The 2022 edition of the eCommerce Week, held simultaneously in Geneva and online, explored different ways to strengthen developing and least developed countries (LDCs), to continue engaging and benefiting from e-commerce and the digital economy, and to build more resilient and inclusive societies in a dramatically different post-COVID-19 environment.

eCommerce Week 2022

eTrade for all Leadership Dialogue

This High-Level Session on Connecting the dots for more inclusive development looked at ways to strengthen the ability of developing countries to continue engaging in and benefiting from e-commerce and the digital economy, to build more resilient and inclusive societies.

eCommerce Week 2022

eTrade for all Leadership Dialogue

This High-Level Session on Connecting the dots for more inclusive development looked at ways to strengthen the ability of developing countries to continue engaging in and benefiting from e-commerce and the digital economy, to build more resilient and inclusive societies.