Lauretta is the head of communications at E-commerce Forum South Africa. A reputation management specialist, marketing and communications expert and e-commerce consultant, she has a proven record of growing brands and and companies. Thanks to her deep understanding of diverse audience perceptions along with a strong financial background, she's been successful at creating integrated solutions in support of blue-chip, private and public sector beneficiaries.
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1 - In Your View, What Is The Current Status Of E-commerce In South Africa?
2 - Why Is It Important For Entrepreneurs To Be Part Of The E-commerce Forum Of South Africa?
3 - What Are Some Crucial Things Entrepreneurs Should Think About Before Stepping Into E-commerce?
4 - How Can A Traditional Brick And Mortar Shop Owner Cross Over To E-commerce?
5 - What Are The Best Ways For E-Shops To Attract Their First 1000 Customers?
6 - Why Should Entrepreneurs Be Wary Of Quick And Cheap E-commerce Solutions?
7 - What Has Been The Most Pleasantly Surprising Thing You've Seen In The South African E-commerce Sector?
8 - What Benefits Can Women Entrepreneurs Gain From E-commerce?
9 - Why Do You Think We've Seen Such An Increase In Women-Owned Online Businesses?
10 - How Do You Feel About The Future Of E-commerce In South Africa?
About This Recipe
E-commerce has the potential to change many lives for the better. Because it has a lower barrier to entry than traditional brick and mortar businesses and is cost-effective, it's a solution that many African entrepreneurs can use to effectively grow businesses with impact. As head of communications at E-commerce Forum, Lauretta Ngakane gets to see this first hand on a regular basis. She shares her thoughts on the local e-commerce sector, unpacking why e-commerce could be a solution to a lot of our economic strife.
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In this recipe Lauretta Ngakane outlines the power that e-commerce has to change the lives of many South Africans.
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