Kalla encourages merchants to use e-commerce

Makassar, South Sulawesi (ANTARA News) – Vice President Muhammad Jusuf Kalla asked the Bugis-Makasar merchants in Makassar city, South Sulawesi province to utilize electronic commerce (e-commerce) to improve and develop their business.

He said on Sunday that business world has undergone online commerce so that the Bugis merchants should adapt to the business development.

“Business world will change its system to online pattern, and people still need primary needs in the physical form such as clothes and rice. Merchants should learn to adapt to the needs and developments of the world,” he said during opening the 18th Meeting of Bugis-Makassar Merchants in Makassar city.

He stated the presence of advanced technology and the development of e-commerce should be a concern. Therefore, he encouraged merchants to learn and utilize technology to advance their business.

“Merchants have to learn e-commerce. If they do not study online business, their business will be not developed well,” he said.

Meanwhile, he has seventeen times opened such event.

He said the implementation of the 18th event was much more crowded than the previous year.

Source: ANTARA News

Kalla encourages merchants to use e-commerce

Makassar, South Sulawesi (ANTARA News) – Vice President Muhammad Jusuf Kalla asked the Bugis-Makasar merchants in Makassar city, South Sulawesi province to utilize electronic commerce (e-commerce) to improve and develop their business.

He said on Sunday that business world has undergone online commerce so that the Bugis merchants should adapt to the business development.

“Business world will change its system to online pattern, and people still need primary needs in the physical form such as clothes and rice. Merchants should learn to adapt to the needs and developments of the world,” he said during opening the 18th Meeting of Bugis-Makassar Merchants in Makassar city.

He stated the presence of advanced technology and the development of e-commerce should be a concern. Therefore, he encouraged merchants to learn and utilize technology to advance their business.

“Merchants have to learn e-commerce. If they do not study online business, their business will be not developed well,” he said.

Meanwhile, he has seventeen times opened such event.

He said the implementation of the 18th event was much more crowded than the previous year.

Source: ANTARA News