Booking Information


Virtual event

Accessible from your workstation


11 Jul 2019

All times AEST


2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Food & Beverage



Reference No


Webinar: Indian e-commerce market update

About event:

Join this webinar and receive an update on the Indian e-commerce market including emerging trends, growth drivers, regulations, route to market, customer segmentation, preferences and specific opportunities with India’s largest online food and grocery store.

The webinar is aimed at Australian businesses who are keen on the Indian Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) market and would like to explore listing their product in the Indian e-commerce market.

For detailed information about this event please refer to the event brochure (pdf).

Who should attend:

Australian businesses in the following sectors:

  • processed foods
  • beverages
  • snack foods
  • bakery and dairy products
  • gluten/sugar free
  • exotic fruits
  • baby care
  • gourmet foods
  • beauty and hygiene.

This event is free, but participants must register. The registration confirmation email will include all webinar log-on information.

How to register:

Register online using the 'Start Registration' button. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact Austrade on 13 28 78 (in Australia).

What is a webinar:

A webinar is a seminar or presentation that's transmitted over the internet where each participant sits at their computer and is connected to other participants via the internet. A presenter has control of the meeting and the participants view the screen of the presenter and listen to the presenter speaking either by telephone or by accessing an integrated audio facility. The log-on information will provide more details, including for testing of video system compliance.

Please note:

Austrade is recording this webinar session and may make the recorded version of the webinar (including all audio and visual elements) accessible to internal Austrade staff and the general public via the Austrade website and other communication means.

For more information please contact: