Ecommerce NZ launches for ecommerce prospects

Tuesday 20 May 2014 00:34 CET | News

Ecommerce New Zealand (ENZ) launches in the local market in order to help online retailers and suppliers with intelligence on how to develop their digital business both within and outside the country’s borders, reports.

Cate Bryant, founder and executive director, argues that Ecommerce NZ’s purpose is to provide ecommerce businessmen with conferences and seminars, networking forums, training and other activities, the same source cites.

Online sales have made up 6% of retail sales and are growing at a rate of 12% a year, against traditional retails 3% to 4% growth rate, Bryant points out.

ENZ has partnered Retailers Association and founding members include executives from Briscoes, Noel Leeming and Vodafone.

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Keywords: New Zealand, ecommerce, online retailers, digital business, retail sales
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