The market for eCommerce keeps growing stronger as more organisations and consumers turn to the Internet to effect transactions. eCommerce relentlessly infiltrates and disrupts long-standing markets and market practices, both locally and on a global scale. Besides proving to be a resilient sector, eCommerce ensures continuation of economic activities in challenging times. Along the years, the MCA spearheaded a number of initiatives aimed at increasing the activity of businesses online. These include the publishing of the National eCommerce Strategy, insightful surveys on eCommerce development and trends, the FastTrak programme and the establishment of a comprehensive eCommerce elearning platform (eBiznify) funded under the ESF Operational Programme for 2014 – 2020. The MCA is committed to support and stimulate the local business community towards digital, especially as we witness an acceleration in digital transformation across most industries.
The MCA will this year be launching an eCommerce Training Programme. The programme, accredited by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE), will be offered to all interested parties free of charge.
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The MCA regularly carries out surveys amongst local consumers in order to obtain an indication of the level of internet and eCommerce usage in Malta and to gauge the sector's potential for growth.