Electronic commerce and business, the benefits and opportunities for online users and providers


E-commerce is very much top of mind in our current environment as organizations have put great effort in providing products and services with substantial online supply chains. This market is driven by customers who desire a minimum of physical contact between suppliers and themselves.

The presentation will cover the foundations of e-commerce from the technology and business points of view. The market impact of e-commerce continues to grow and the business creativity of entrepreneurs continues to deliver products and services that the market demands after their value proposition is understood by buyers. Current business statistics are provided. Examples of successful online business are highlighted.

  Date and Time




 Virtual, ONLINE, a link will be sent to Registered Members.

  • Toronto
  • Canada

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  • Starts 24 September 2020 09:00 AM
  • Ends 26 October 2020 11:00 PM
  • All times are America/Toronto
  • No Admission Charge


Edmund Baumann



Edmund Baumann (SMIEEE) holds a B.ScEE (1969) from Drexel University and an MBA (1984) from York University.  He has 44 years of experience with various companies such as Rockwell, Atomic Energy of Canada, Tellabs, Motorola, Sprint, Humber College, University of Guelph-Humber. He teaches degree courses on Current Issues in Digital Business Management, New Product Management, E-Commerce, Digital Marketing, Business Information Systems, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing at Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber.