Join our ecomConnect hub in Nicaragua
and become the next e-commerce leader

ecomConnect Hub in Nicaragua

We offer you a training and support programme so that you can create and optimize your online sales channel and access national and international markets. This free programme follows a methodology based on active learning that allows you to work directly in your business and put what you have learned into practice, as well as explore the latest e-commerce techniques and strategies.

Anyone who leads or works for a company that meets the following requirements can participate:

  • Micro, small and medium-sized companies (less than 100 workers)
  • Based in Nicaragua
  • Selling products or services offline or online legally accepted

The programme is perfect for you if you want to:

  • Create one or more fully optimized e-commerce channel(s)
  • Activate digital marketing tactics for sales generation
  • Access a community of entrepreneurs and experts
  • Participate in events adapted to your level
  • Benefit from discounts and support from leading national and international e-commerce organizations
  • Obtain an official certificate upon completion

Learning process

The Hub is developed in four phases to train you through the skills and knowledge you need to develop your journey towards e-commerce mastery. The first phase begins with awareness activities with the aim of creating inspirational e-commerce companies.

At the end of each phase, a selection of companies will be made that will be able to access the next phase.

Local partner institution

This programme is possible thanks to the collaboration with the Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua (APEN), a business organization founded in 1991 to represent and provide services to MSMEs that want to export. Specifically, the APEN Export Academy provides continuous training and training solutions on issues related to international trade and business management with the purpose of training and generating human talent capable of contributing to the growth of the Nicaraguan producing and exporting community.


Do you have any questions?