Digital Commerce Association Careers

Digital Commerce Association Careers

Wherever you are on your digital journey we can help you. Digital Commerce Association Careers @DCAcareers.

Works in collaboration with a new industry body being formed - Digital Commerce Association (DCA) which is currently being set up focusing on supporting the Digital and e-Commerce evolution within the Grocery sector worth over £177.5 Billion. The Digital Commerce Association will drive the digital agenda across Food Retailers, Manufacturers and service suppliers in the digital space. The Grocery s

Digital Youth Seminar 07/12/2015

GREAT Monday work day; invited and confirmed to attend and presents at EU Digital Youth Seminar.
Exploring and preparing a £500,000 funding proposal with GREAT professionals to support young people to access support, advocacy and info online/social media.

Digital Youth Seminar


Booked ticket to attend Food Matter Live at Excel London to network and meet with food industry SMEs and bushinesses to source apprenticeships and careers information.

Food Matters Live Food Matters Live is a new annual event exploring one of the most important challenges of our time: the relationship between food, health and nutrition.

FWD The Whole Story of Wholesale Distribution 26/10/2015

The role of wholesale distributors is to buy product in bulk, at cheaper prices than a small independent buyer could negotiate, and sell and distribute them to smaller individual buyers. 30 Billion combined turnover. Variety of career opportunities for students and future generations.

FWD The Whole Story of Wholesale Distribution A short film to demonstrate the impact of food and drink wholesalers on the UK economy. You can download the full report here

GSMA 23/10/2015

Today meet with Paul Crutchley who developed innovative and managed cutting edge pioneering digital and technological development at GSMA, learnt such a great deal.

GSMA The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting nearly 800 operators with more than 250 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and internet companies, as well as organisations in adjacent indust…

Mobile uploads 22/10/2015

Excellent meeting with Head of EU e-Commerce Igloo Group discussing CIAG and apprenticeships


Looking forward to meeting head of online sales and Tesco next week, exciting times and new partnerships being forged.


Good meeting with head of retail at Google. Sharing of industry case studies on e-commerce and online brand management


Meeting with grocery sector data and research company to discuss sharing information to share with young people and educational sector

What’s Holding Women Back in the Workplace? 07/10/2015

What’s Holding Women Back in the Workplace? Despite support at the top, gender equality is a long way off at most U.S. companies. A study by Lean In and McKinsey reveals why—and what employees and companies can do about it.

Students “can’t see the jobs for the grades” as the number of teenagers combining study and work... 05/10/2015

Report from government’s skills experts: UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) reveals that the number of 16 and 17 year olds combining part-time work with their studies has halved – from just over a two-fifths (42%) in 1996 to only 18% in 2014. Local labour market conditions are also discouraging young people from seeking part-time work while studying.

Report shows that young people feel that the competition for jobs, combined with a lack of flexibility from employers (on hours/type of contract) are putting them off even considering looking for Saturday

Students “can’t see the jobs for the grades” as the number of teenagers combining study and work... Young people are shunning Saturday jobs – opting instead to ‘play it safe’ by focussing purely on their studies, rather than enhancing their learning with part-time work.


Only 61% of small and medium sized businesses have a website and just over half of these are selling their goods or services on-line (BIS, Small Business Survey (2012)). The annual turnover of UK SMEs could be boosted by £18.8 billion per year if they all sold and marketed online. Website sales in 2012 amounted to £164 billion, up from £92 billion in 2008 (ONS, Monitoring e-Commerce, 2014 . (Only captures value of website sales from firms with at least 10 employees))

Investigation into life on Brixton's notorious Angell Town estate 29/09/2015

Powerful and challenging read, how can local business, education and government support?

Investigation into life on Brixton's notorious Angell Town estate It was a warm afternoon as the ice cream van pulled up onto Angell Town estate, announcing its arrival with an exuberant burst of music. The driver opened his shutter for business. But there was no patter of small feet. Nobody came. Not a single child. A police car tore through the estate, siren wai…


Very exciting meeting booked with top Internet search engine 😉 watch this space


Check out new course for young people

UK Safer Internet Centre The UK Safer Internet Centre, co-funded by the EC, is brought to you by a partnership of three leading organisations, Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation.


Employment and the Internet, report from Nominet Trust - worth a review over a ☕️ and 🍏 snack

Global eCommerce Sales, Trends and Statistics 29/09/2015

Students and young adults need encouragement and opportunities to consider employment and business opportunities beyond the UK & EU. Online customers, clients and competitors are from all over the world.

Global eCommerce Sales, Trends and Statistics See the top ten biggest online shopping markets by global eCommerce sales. Learn about eCommerce trends & statistics based on customer behavior worldwide.

What is e-commerce (electronic commerce or EC)? - Definition from 28/09/2015

e-Commerce provides multiple employment and professional development opportunities for current and future students and young people. Below a good definition of the sector.

What is e-commerce (electronic commerce or EC)? - Definition from E-commerce (electronic commerce or EC) is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the Internet.


Very excited about the upcoming Wales Vs England rugby match #💪🏻🐏🕗


Very successful and productive meeting with Midlands youth provider. Exciting opportunities to support the progression of young people into grocery sector apprenticeships 👍🏻


Early morning drive up to Nottingham, wide awake and ready to work ☀️

An introduction to apprenticeships for years 7-11 21/09/2015

Excellent presentation from National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) for students yr 7-11 to inform, challenge preconceptions & enable social mobility

An introduction to apprenticeships for years 7-11 This presentation provides an introduction to apprenticeships as an option into a career path. This can be used by careers guidance teachers for young people i…

Mobile uploads 21/09/2015

Afternoon meeting at Royal Exchange with Derby University iCEGs exploring consultation proposal to activate research in collaboration with The Digital e-Commerce Association

Mobile uploads 21/09/2015

Good meeting with Your Business Community exploring how to support links and discussions between SMEs and grocery e-commerce sector. Ted you are a wealth of advice, wisdom and energy. Thank you for all the introductions

National Citizen Service 16/09/2015

Overview of event: Young people attending the Everton Football Club National Citizen Service 3 day Professional Identity Course organised and hosted by Capita - Careers Advisory Service. Training delivered by Online Youth Outreach

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