New Online Commerce Guild

With the aim of strengthening the legal framework for electronic commerce and facilitating the management of certifications, the Electronic Commerce Association was created in Guatemala.

Friday, June 22, 2018

The new chamber will be able to affiliate all types of companies, and its main purposes are strengthening entrepreneurship, specialized training through certifications, and the promotion of rules and legal regulations for the sector. 

Elperiodico.com.gt reports that "...Those who can join the association include individual entrepreneurs, small, medium and large companies, as well as organizations of all kinds, with the benefit and support provided by the business organization."

"Companies interested in belonging to the union can obtain information from the website www.grecom.gt or info@grecom.gt"

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