From the Peruvian Chamber of Electronic Commerce (CAPECE) different initiatives are being developed to fulfill the purpose of democratizing the electronic commerce nationwide, building an ecosystem where buyers and sellers trust each other.
To continue promoting the digital transformation of the country, the Breakfast for Innovation in Ecommerce was held, with the participation of the presidents of the 7 CAPECE committees, who represent 30 leading companies in their sectors.
The committee members are as follows:
- eRetail Committee, made up of Christians Mory from Dinners Club, Jonathan Montoya from Emblue, Gabriel Mazzini from Kimberly Clark and Ennio Castillo from Doppler.
- Logistics and Fulfillment Committee, made up of Giacomo Navach from Qayarix, Álvaro Ugarte from Metrópolis, Duverney Camacho from Urbano and Hugo Gallardo from Pickit
- Epayment & Fintech Committee, made up of Alberto Calderón from Openpay, Carlos Lizana from PayU, Iris Cárdenas from VISA and Gonzalo Sanchez from Kushki
- Innovation and Digital Transformation Committee, made up of Juan Miguel Galeas, CEO of Galeas Group, Walter Motero, CEO of Vndo.peDaniela Abrigo de DonWeb and Javier Silva, Co-Founder of OKR University
- Ecommerce Marketing Committee with the participation of Carlos Zamudio from Ecomsur, Jesús Muñoz from Revenue, Mario Ramos from Exe and Jonathan from Davey.
- Public and Regulatory Affairs Committee with Cristina Müller from Visa, Carlos Lizana from PayU and Maria Gracia Mendoza from Niubox.
Those attending the event worked based on the OKR methodology to dialogue and discuss different proposals in order to improve electronic commerce in Peru, which they promised to execute in the next 6 months.
Some of these were promoting public policies in innovation for electronic commerce, creating and disseminating a manual of good practices so that companies can be guided by it, developing a web medium with integration of digital payments, among others that will soon be published on this portal. .
“Ecommerce has been the great protagonist of business reactivation during these years and we cannot stop. In this event we convene key actors of the ecosystem to work together on an agenda of priority issues for digital transformation for the benefit of the country”, said Helmut Cáceda, executive president of the Peruvian Chamber of Electronic Commerce.
An issue that did not go unnoticed was the lack of a gender quota in the event, since of 30 participants only 2 of them were women. For this reason, CAPECE is committed to continuing to hold this type of meeting, promoting the participation of women in the field and inviting its associates to create gender equity policies that encourage female participation in the technology sector.