China Exclusive: European countries entrance during China Int’l E-commerce Expo
April 11, 2016 - storage organizer
The persisting China International Electronic Commerce Expo, that is being hold in eastern China’s Yiwu City from Monday to Wednesday, has captivated 1,185 e-commerce companies from 12 countries including Canada, France and Germany. (Xinhuanet record photo)
HANGZHOU, Apr 11 (Xinhua) — For a initial time, vital e-commerce platforms from a Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany are recruiting peculiarity brands and seeking gifted online partners in China.
The persisting China International Electronic Commerce Expo, that is being hold in eastern China’s Yiwu City from Monday to Wednesday, has captivated 1,185 e-commerce companies from 12 countries including Canada, France and Germany.
China’s Alibaba, JD and GOME are during a expo, of course, though it is a coming of European companies that has drawn many attention.
Bol is a largest online tradesman in a Netherlands, with some-more than 5 million business there and in Belgium. Ricardo is a series one online selling mall in Switzerland and Zalando is a renouned German shoe and conform site.
“Due to denunciation barriers and singular believe of internal markets, really few Chinese sellers have non-stop shops during European platforms,” pronounced Li Mingtao, clamp boss of a investigate hospital dependent to China E-commerce Research Center (CECRC).
Li pronounced a expo is a good event for Chinese retailers to try segmented markets in non-English vocalization countries while avoiding a rarely rival English markets.
On a other hand, in a eyes of Zhu Xiaoliang, executive of a CECRC, a Europeans are there since of their outrageous direct for Chinese products.
By Monday afternoon, a 3 muster booths had perceived applications from over 60 Chinese retailers.
“All of these retailers have eccentric handling teams, their possess brands and sound logistics and storage systems,” an expo organizer said.
The expo center, covering an area of 50,000 block meters, is divided into 8 areas including e-commerce platforms, crossborder business, mobile Internet and Internet financing.
Cloud computing, Internet of Things, mobile remuneration and wearable inclination are also on show.
Yiwu is a world’s largest indiscriminate marketplace for tiny consumer goods. The city attracts 10 million domestic and 500,000 unfamiliar buyers each year, and around 13,000 merchants have offices here.