The second edition of the Business Breakfast session aimed to empowers startups and merchants with insights to increase their share of the global e-commerce market. DHL Express recently hosted the second edition of its e-commerce Business Breakfast meeting, in Dubai, and it brought together startups, small and medium enterprises and e-retailers from across the UAE. The agenda was to discuss topics ranging from last-mile delivery, omni-channel integration, multi-channel retailing to starting a business in the UAE. The session aimed to educate customers and partners on e-commerce solutions that enable local businesses to go global.
DHL’s Business Breakfast saw a large number of attendees, including Creative971, a leading shopify plus agency; Fodel, a last mile delivery tech startup; Vinculum Group, which is a global software company that enables Omni channel retailing; Creative Zone, a leading UAE company setup provider, apart from e-commerce merchants, SMEs and entrepreneurs.
Geoff Walsh, UAE Country Manager, DHL Express, pointed out that the Middle East e-commerce market is growing rapidly, and insisted that DHL Express UAE is firmly positioned as the leading logistics partner, offering state-of-the-art facilities to its customers. “The Business Breakfast event reiterates our strong commitment to supporting the growth of our customers through the facilitation of global e-commerce trade,” he added.
Rachna Prasad, Head of Marketing, Inside Sales & Alliances at Vinculum Group, felt that the DHL Business Breakfast was a powerful platform to meet, interact with and showcase solutions to a selected set of interested audience. “The specially curated session with handpicked participants and speakers was a perfect mix. It allowed room for focused discussions that could answer questions on real issues on one hand and show the big picture on the other.”