Working to empower eCommerce success around the world

A global trade ecosystem to advance and support businesses, trade organisations and professionals engaged in global trade.

Our goal is to bring people and organisations together to:

  • build professional capabilities in trade
  • advocate the benefits and opportunities of trade
  • facilitate networking
  • improve the performance and success of companies in global trade
  • improve the trade process
  • advance international development
  • support the development of MSMEs and their access to global supply chains
  • build professional capabilities in trade
  • empower greater diversity through women-owned engagement in trade

GTPA also works to support companies looking to expand internationally via eCommerce and Online.

Through GTPA’s alliance with the global eCommerce Foundation we can assist your business to grow by:

Access to a selection of internationally recognized online training workshops

  • Access to detailed eCommerce research reports

Supporting companies to grow online

  • Consulting
  • Education and Training programmes

Access to the Safe.Shop accreditation programme

  • Safe.Shop, the Global trust mark helps consumers and merchants shop and sell with confidence across the world.


  • The Ecommerce Benchmark allows online retailers to compare & improve their ecommerce activities

Access to eCommerce Wiki

  • The EcommerceWiki is the online guide for ecommerce managers with templates & process descriptions

A voice - through the GTPA - in the WCO eCommerce Working Group

  • A voice to inform eCommerce policy globally

International certification as a Globally Trading Business

  • A new international standard for GTPA business members who will be eligible to be certified under ISO/IEC 17065 as either a Certified Global Business or a Certified Global Trade Consulting service * Launching November 2018. 
To find out how your business can benefit from GTPA's eCommerce services please contact Collins Rex at or complete the below enquiry form:


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