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National consultations for the Trinidad and Tobago eTrade Readiness Assessment and E-commerce Strategy


16 - 17 July 2024
Hyatt Hotel
Port of Spain
, Trinidad and Tobago

The E-Commerce and Digital Economy Branch of UN Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Trinidad and Tobago are organizing national consultations on 16 and 17 July 2024 in Port of Spain. The focus of the consultations will be the validation of the eTrade Readiness Assessment of Trinidad and Tobago, and a vision workshop on the development of the country’s e-commerce strategy.

The consultations will bring together representatives of the public and private sectors as well as academia, civil society, and development partners to validate the findings and recommendations of the eTrade Readiness Assessment, as well as to launch discussions on the vision and goals of the future national e-commerce strategy. The consultations will include focus group discussions on the possible priority areas of the strategy to ensure an inclusive multi-stakeholder approach for its development.

The assessment is the second undertaken by UNCTAD in Latin America and Caribbean region, after Peru. It is undertaken in close collaboration with development and eTrade for all partners, as well as the UN Resident Coordinator Office. Funding is provided by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the E-commerce and Digital Economy Programme Core Donors (Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and the Kingdom of the Netherlands).
 

Co-organizer(s):
Ministry of Trade and Industry of Trinidad and Tobago
Sponsor / funding:
Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (GoRTT)

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E-commerce and the digital economy E-commerce and the digital economy

Contact

Ms. Ina Hodge, ina.hodge@unctad.org