ECSE 2023, the most important eCommerce Summit & Expo event in Mexico.

Jay Wang, Director of Marketplace Operation of Alibaba.com for North America, inaugurated ECSE 2023, the most important eCommerce Summit & Expo event in Mexico, it was held on October 4th and 5th at the Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City. Wang will deliver the conference titled "B2B & B2C e-Commerce opportunities and challenges," before an audience of more than 2,500 individuals interested in the world of eCommerce. A comprehensive program of keynote speeches and workshops on eCommerce is essential for those who wish to succeed in this competitive and ever-changing industry.

ECSE 2023 is an event that offers opportunities not only to learn and grow but also to connect with other professionals and opinion leaders who can help drive eCommerce businesses in Mexico, said Luis Zúñiga, Director of the ECSE 2023 Show. This event, organized by RX, is the main face-to-face meeting that brings together the community of experts, decision-makers, startups, and professionals in Mexico to share strategies, innovation, and trends in eCommerce, marketing, logistics &crossborder, and technology. This year's edition expects to feature 50 conferences, more than 2,500 attendees, around 5,000 registered participants, over 50 exhibitors, 200 business meetings, 40 Hosted Buyers, and over 5,000m2 of exhibition floor and conference rooms, including masterclasses and workshops. Innovative and personalized program At ECSE - comments Zúñiga -, we will continue to focus on offering exclusive, innovative content oriented to current trends. We will maintain our position as the ideal platform to present the most outstanding solutions and brands in the world of eCommerce in Mexico to our audience composed of high-level professionals.

This year, the program consists of more than 50 conferences, including the following highlights: October 4th: 8:00 a.m. – Jay Wang, Director of Marketplace Operation of Alibaba.com for North America, and his conference titled "B2B & B2C e-Commerce opportunities and challenges." 10:30 a.m. – Nabil Malouli, SVP, Global eCommerce for DHL, with "Innovation and disruptive thinking in the face of the new wave of growth." 12:00 p.m. – Alexander Wieland Castillo, Co-Founder & COO, and Ángel Peña, Co-Founder & CEO, both from Aplazo, with "Challenging the limits of eCommerce: Buy Now Pay Later, a pillar of growth in the Mexican market.

" October 5th: 10:45 a.m. – Oso Trava, Shark at Shark Tank Mexico 2023, with the presentation "Leading as one: How to understand the new era of business disaggregation and specialization?" 3:00 p.m. – Álvaro Villar López, Country Manager of Nowports Mexico, with "What is nearshoring and why is it important in Mexico?" The agenda is enriched with a panel on female success in the digital industry, which will take place on Thursday, October 5th at 4:45 p.m. In this space, called "Women who digitize," Yolanda Curiel, Commercial Director at PayPal Mexico; Mayra Contreras, Country Managing Director of Teads; Beatriz Burquez, CEO of Dalia Empower; and moderated by Paulina Olmos, Director of Content, Events, and Affiliate Service at AMVO, will participate. It is the meeting point in eCommerce ECSE is already identified as the main face-to-face event in electronic commerce in Mexico, as it connects experts, companies, and entrepreneurs, sharing knowledge, strategies, and solutions on the main eCommerce trends such as logistics, digital marketing, payments/transactions, platforms, and technologies.

Among the participating brands will be: Apply Digital, Deuna, ABinBev, Mexican Internet Association, JP Morgan, Xodal Pay, mercado Libre, Zenky, ITESM, Skillnet, Fanplayr, Connectif, Meta, Clearsale, Sognare, Cajanauta, Lievant, Fortcart MX, Ston, Fisglobal, Lacoste, Tekmovil, Signifyd, Office Depot, Waltmar, ebay, Troquer, Total Marketing, Adyen MX, Stripe, and Beyond ML, among others. ECSE gains relevance in Mexico at a time when the eCommerce market value reached $528 billion pesos, experiencing a growth of 23%, according to the recent Study on Online Sales in Mexico 2023 by the Mexican Online Sales Association (AMVO). This year, more than 63 million people purchased a product or service online, doubling its volume in 5 years. Zúñiga concluded by saying that in this scenario of eCommerce growth, new technologies, market trends, and regulatory changes occur frequently. A conference program provides the opportunity to stay updated on the latest developments and best practices in the industry.