SALEM, Ore. — E-commerce in China has great potential. Rising consumer spending power and demand for U.S. goods are reasons for Oregon businesses to take note of the Chinese market. Going into the global pandemic, China had one of the largest e-commerce markets in the world. The disruptions caused by the pandemic increased online sales everywhere, including China.
This webinar will introduce programs available through the Alibaba Group, one of the leading e-commerce companies in China and the world. With 800 million+ active monthly mobile users, Alibaba Group’s business-to-consumer reach is vast. Their cross-border platform, Tmall Global, helps connect US companies to e-commerce consumers in China.
Right now Tmall Global is accepting applications/pitches for the Go Global 11.11 Pitch Fest! The winners will be featured on 11.11 Shopping Festival (Known as “Singles Day,” 11.11 is the largest shopping day in the world and nearly all of that shopping is happening online in China). The deadline for pitches is August 6th.
Benefits of Attending this Free Webinar:
- Learn how Tmall Global’s services can help small and medium-sized businesses reach global consumers
- Hear from companies that have already found success using Tmall Global
- Find out about Tmall’s Pitchfest before the deadline
- See how Business Oregon’s Export Promotion Grant can be used for e-commerce set up and compliance
Who Should Join?
Oregon companies selling consumer packaged food & beverage products as well as pet food and products, health & wellness products, and more are encouraged to join.
Expand Your Business in China thru E-commerce
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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