Eshops Association is operating a new information platform. It connects three subjects of online shopping area in Czech and Slovak Republic.
Who are we – what is Eshops Association?
Why the European Union Eshops Association was formed and why does it exists? The reason is, that tens of thousands of small and middle eshops, they represent hundreds of thousands of people working in SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) sector and they are still being given insufficient attention from our society. Nobody would think of investing in technological environment, they will never see EU funds, laws arising in their countries or in area of European Union Single Market are formed without them – the result is the increasing pressure of new or existing foreign and domestic e-commerce monopolies, the increasing pressure of audit institutions, of buyers and loss of competitiveness lastly. We would therefore like to make all aware of what those eshops represents, everybody should behave to this important sector of national economy as it deserves with regard to its size and importance.
All objective factors are predicting continuous development of e-commerce in Slovakia, Czech Republic and the whole European Union.
I think, all this information are strong enough to step up the attention… In view of the fact that no one is helping us we must help us ourselves. At such a big and various market is mutual information very important. That's why Eshops Association developed and since 2015 is operating this new information platform. It connects three subjects of online shopping area in Czech and Slovak Republic – B2C, B2B and e-commerce services. Czech Republic and Slovakia we consider as one common on-line market area. European Union Eshops Association is HERE for improving competitiveness of eshops, their suppliers, clarity and mutual awareness of all business partners and consumers as well.
Peter Papan, CEO
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