Platforms Working Committee

The Platforms Working Committee mostly focuses on implementation, enforcement and other practical issues with regards to online platform-related legislation. It acts as a forum of exchange between national e-commerce associations, digital sellers and online marketplaces. It also functions as an internal “advisory body” to the e-Regulations Working Committee and externally to policymakers.

Chair of the Platforms Working Committee is Alien Mulyk (bevh, Germany). Ms. Mulyk holds a trinational master’s degree in European Studies with a focus on political science and European law from the Universities of Mainz in Germany, Dijon in France and Opole in Poland. After having worked at the European Commission and the European Parliament as a trainee, Alien joined the former European eCommerce and Omni-Channel Trade Association (EMOTA) as a Policy Adviser in Brussels. Since 2019 she is Public Affairs Manager for European and international affairs at bevh, the German E-Commerce and Distance Selling Association, in Berlin. bevh represents a dynamically growing membership of large and small distance selling businesses representing more than 75% of the total industry turnover in Germany. Alien is also member of the Board of Directors at Ecommerce Europe.