CCEE Hangzhou will see the participation of top leaders in the industry, from international logistics players to digital marketing agencies. Over 70 cross-border e-commerce service providers have signed on to attend.
The Hangzhou China Cross-border E-commerce Exhibition (CCEE) is slated for June 12-13, 2018, with a forecasted attendance of 50 thousand visitors from all over China and abroad. CCEE is arriving for the first time in Hangzhou, China’s e-commerce capital. The event is sponsored by the Zhejiang Province’s Ministry of Commerce and co-organized by Cifnews and the E-commerce Promotion Committee of the local government.
In Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou is China’s Silicon Valley. It’s home to major tech companies driving the Chinese economy, including Alibaba, Ant Financial and Kaola, a leading platform for cross-border e-commerce, Hangzhou is future-oriented with a storied past.
From 2004 to 2014, former employees of Alibaba founded roughly 130 internet companies, some of which have become global giants. That’s why this June, thousands of industry professionals will attend the Hangzhou China Cross-border E-commerce Exhibition organized by Cifnews in Hangzhou.
Founded in 2013 in Xiamen (Fujian), Cifnews is the first Chinese media platform with an expertise in cross-border e-commerce. New rules of cross-border e-commerce, deeply connected with the long-term vision of the “Belt and Road Initiative,” have opened the doors to unprecedented business opportunities with China.
Cifnews’ core activities are publishing, online and offline exhibitions, and training modules. Thus, Cifnews’ unique CCEE event format is dedicated to the professionals working on imports and exports to and from China. Cifnews is the industry’s most recognized editorial network and event organizer in China, with 9M+ monthly views of its online platforms and over 45K event participants in 2017 alone. The same year, Cifnews launched its International Department, with offices in Padova, Italy and Los Angeles, Calif.
Cifnews: e-business means China. The mission of Barry Weng, CEO and founder of Cifnews 雨果网, is to connect companies and vendors to satisfy the needs of an increasingly high-speed and interconnected global market.
The company’s birthplace, Xiamen, is the biggest and fastest-growing e-commerce market in the world. Today, China is home to a number of factories and brands ready to enter the international market through online distribution channels.
Cifnews helps brands, companies and service providers get the latest news and insights from the industry’s top experts, translating them into skills that can be directly applied in the e-commerce, digital platforms, logistics and online payment markets.
CCEE was established in 2017 to create a link between manufacturing and digital distribution at the global level. It registered over 45 thousand attendees in its first year, with three events in China. How is the Chinese e-commerce market is growing? CCEE is aimed at smoothing the transition from traditional retail to “New Retail,” bridging the gap between China and global markets – and the other way around.
CCEE events are dedicated to factories, buyers, e-commerce operators and third-party service providers from all over the world, covering the whole supply chain. That’s why this June thousands of industry professionals will attend the Hangzhou China Cross-border E-commerce Exhibition organized by Cifnews in Hangzhou, the Chinese “Silicon Valley”.
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