New training on e-commerce for safe children’s products

Progress at the fourth project meeting at the University of Alicante (Spain)


On 28 January 2019, the fourth meeting of the transnational project e- COM 4 CHILDREN took place at the University of Alicante. The consortium, led by AIJU, made progress on the structure of the interactive COMIC that will help consumers to identify trusted platforms and buy safer children’s products.
During the meeting, among other issues, it was also agreed to start recording the videos based on the contents proposed by the developers of the training materials (UNIVPM, AIJU and APSI).


The e-COM 4 CHILDREN project partners visit the CLEMENTONI company headquarters in Recanat


Last October, the research team of the e-COM 4 CHILDREN project visited the headquarters of the Clementoni company in the Italian town of Recanati (Italy). The purpose of the visit was to learn first-hand about
The purpose of the visit was to learn first-hand about their way of working focused on the design of innovative products, from the conception of the idea until the approval phase of a new design is reached.
Clementoni already participated in the training event on e-commerce of safe children’s products that took place in July 2018 at the Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona (Italy).



Validation of the competencies needed to address the safety of children’s products in the online marketplace at the third project meeting.


he third meeting of the transnational e-COM 4 CHILDREN project took place on 3 October 2018 at the Universitá Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona (Italy).
During the meeting, the partners presented the results of the surveys conducted on key persons from industry, authorities group and consumer organisations. These surveys, carried out both in Spain and in other EU countries, aim to find out what real users think about the skills needed to perform their work in the field of e-commerce of safe children’s products. The data obtained has helped to shape the list of competencies to be covered by the MOOC.
In addition, the partners also initiated the content and design scheme of the interactive comic book, taking into account that its purpose is to provide a practical tool for consumers to purchase safe children’s products online.



e-COM 4 CHILDREN project at the E-commerce Tour in Valencia (Spain)


On Thursday 28th February, we were at the BanCaja Foundation in Valencia at the E-commerce Tour, the largest e-commerce event in the Valencian Community.
With a capacity of more than 400 people, AIJU, as leader of the e-COM 4 CHILDREN project, presented the project on e-commerce training for safe children’s products, together with the most important trends in e-commerce.