Global e-commerce trustmark Safe.Shop is looking for African Law Firms as Partners
09-02-2018 03:30:00 | by: Administrator | hits: 69532 | Tags:

Global e-commerce trustmark Safe.Shop is launching in Africa. Safe.Shop checks if webshops are selling according to the Global Ecommerce Code of Conduct, helping consumers and merchants to shop and sell with confidence at home and abroad. First partner is Ecommerce Forum Africa.

We are looking for law firms as partners in several African countries.

We can offer law firms the following benefits:

  • Brand exposure on www.safe.shop
  • Becoming part of an international network of
    IT/Consumer Law Firms
  • Additional revenues from certifying local
    retailers on their market
  • Additional revenues from certifying foreign
    webshops entering their market
  • Additional revenues from legal and cross border consulting


We expect from law firms the following: 

        
  • Translation of website & marketing material into
    local language(s) when opportune
  • Publication of content on social media & partners
  • Phone follow up leads
  • Create local marketing partner network
  • Free certification of 3-star applications according to
    the global code of conduct (to be discussed)
  • 5-star national certification of webshops
  • Update of legal document packages
    (terms & conditions, copyright, disclaimer, privacy statement)
  • Solve online disputes between retailers and local consumers

See for more information the interview with founder of Safe.shop, Jorij Abraham.

Are you interested in a partnership with Safe.Shop?

Are you an African law firm and interested in becoming a partner of Safe.Shop, please fill in the form below and we will contact you soon. We look forward to working with you.
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