South Africa is hovering around the 1% e-commerce tipping point (this is the world wide trend where 1% of a country’s total retail spend is made online). The significance of the tipping point is that once the 1% thresh hold is passed, online retail purchases grow exponentially.
The South African e-commerce sphere represents a new opportunity. We invite you to submit questions about the e-commerce sector to:
- Roslyn Lavery, business development manager at PayFast, a South African payment gateway.
- Mechiel Couvaras, business development manager for WooCommerce, a WordPress plugin that allows you to sell anything and gives both store owners and developers complete control of their online store.
- Naeem Mayet, a digital strategist who is both the head of online at Autostyle.co.za and a freelancer at DigitalBoutique.co.za where he helps small to medium businesses get their foot in the online space.
- Brett Magill, a serial entrepreneur and founder of joburgbrew.com.
These four experts have generously agreed to share their knowledge and experiences that they have encountered as pioneers in the South African e-commerce space.
We invite you to join them at WordCamp Johannesburg on Friday 18 November from 3:30 p.m.
If you would like a particular question/s answered please submit them below: