Russia’s e-commerce market has grown steadily over the past decade, and as elsewhere, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated growth significantly. Using this crisis to assess your supply base, building new distribution channels should be included in successful post-covid business plans. With foreign players still largely absent, plenty of opportunities remain for European exporters to cash in as online shopping continues to surge, the key is to be ready.
Interested in developing your overseas trade and doing business in Russia? Find out during this webinar what you need to know about the growing e-commerce opportunity and first-hand experience on how we can help through e-fulfillment.
How to build your logistics operations domestics in Russia with DDP services and put in place the best after-sales services with an efficient RMA process for the return of goods. Dealing with certifications, the Russian marking system, compliance issues, what is the supply chain knowledge needed to be successful in this complex market?
DID YOU KNOW?
- The ease of doing business ranks 28 or 78.2% per the world bank analysis 2020. Russia is actually easier to do business with compared to Belgium and the Netherlands.
- Analysts from market research firm Euromonitor expect annual online sales in Russia to grow by more than 40% this year to around 2.5 trillion Rubles and by 10-15% a year over the next five years
Thursday 4 March 2021 - 9.00 to 10.00 am CET
- How to embrace a risk of choice - jump on the e-commerce opportunity or lose out? Johan Elzes, Business Unit Director, Trade Facilitation| After Sales Services, Ahlers
- Rise to the challenges with the right partner and warehousing services. Didier Duponselle, Business Unit Director Supply Chain Solutions, Ahlers
- Q&A - Panel
In our webinar, you will learn all about the essential rules of the games, their benefits, and their pitfalls.
Particular attention will be paid to setting up a business in Russia without having a legal entity, supply chain management, and case study analysis.