MediaNama invites you to apply for a curated #NAMApolicy discussion on the draft National E-commerce Policy in Delhi, at India Habitat Centre, September 26 (Wed), 2018. Please click here to apply. E-commerce remains a small share of the overall retail in India, and a national policy covering it will govern this fledgling ecosystem for at least a decade at a moment where its exponential growth has just started kicking in. The draft policy has raised concerns across a spectrum of issues, like FDI, privacy, protectionism, and more. With the government itself likely to open discussions on this soon, we have the following plans for both Delhi and Bangalore: 01:15 PM - 02:30 PM Session #1, Governance of E-commerce businesses & its ownership Shareholding considerations Fundraising & Exits FDI in Ecommerce Press Note 3 and its implementation Disclosure of source code Taxation reform Intermediary liability protections 02:45 PM - 04:00 PM Session #2, Operations of ecommerce businesses Purchase & Sale of domestic goods Discounting of products Customs & Imports Rationalisation of laws Regulation of digital products Fraud complaint resolution 04:15 PM - 05:30 PM Session #3, Business & Consumer Relationships for Ecommerce Localising of Ecommerce data Cross-border data flow restrictions Access to data Payments and Rupay KYC requirements & Centralisation of KYC Registry We’re looking at an audience of around 100-110 people across: E-commerce business executives Sellers on E-commerce platforms Policy wonks & Think Tanks Lawyers Large Internet businesses that collect and process customer data Customer relations management (CRM) companies' executives Telecom Operators &…
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