BEIJING--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Despite the halt of global physical trade fairs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a surging international trade demand is observed. As part of the “China Online Trade Fair Series”, DHgate, China’s leading B2B cross-border eCommerce marketplace, is organizing China (Suzhou) Online Trade Fair from November 26th, 2020 to February 25th, 2021. The 3-month event will expose the commercial opportunities for micro, small &medium enterprises (MSMEs), including live streaming, one on one matchmaking, and online forums, to enhance digital transformation and economic cooperation.
The virtual fair is organized by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), Jiangsu Sub-council; China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), Suzhou Sub-council, and DHgate. More than 150 Suzhou local exhibitors gathered at the online fair, offering numerous products for catering to a wide range of business needs. Major categories include textile and apparel, auto parts, consumer electronics, home and garden, and more.
DHgate possesses mature B2B cross-border e-commerce operation capabilities. With fulfill experience from the 127th and 128th Canton Fair, it integrates its abundant buyer resources globally. It utilizes big data and other digital technologies to effectively assist traditional enterprises in Suzhou in developing their international market. As digitalization and e-commerce have become the new norms, the virtual fair strives to promote international trades and create business opportunities with digital solutions. It bridges suppliers with buyers in North America resiliently, while buyers can economically and efficiently maintain their trading operations.
Compared with traditional offline events, this virtual fair features a unique “Category Day”, in which products will be displayed in their respective designated category scenario. Meanwhile, online service, live streaming, smart recommendation, online chatroom, and intelligent logistics enhance the customer experience and revamp the inadequate global supply chain.
During the fair, a virtual seminar on Sino-US Trade Trends was held at the opening ceremony. The webinar is the first city-level event organized in Jiangsu province, targeting the North American market. During this, leaders from different trade councils and businesses shared their insights and vision on the current China-United States trade situation and how manufacturers and traders could respond to the uncertain environment brought by the pandemic and other challenges.
Diane Wang, founder and chairperson of DHgate, mentioned in the webinar, “Undoubtedly, digitization is an accelerating global trend. We’ve long been committed to empowering micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in adapting to this new norm, solving their worries, and hoping to bridge them with the overseas market.”
Founded in 2004, DHgate has become one of the leading B2B cross-border e-commerce marketplaces in China. Through our global operations and offices, including in the USA and UK, we reach millions of people with trusted products and services. As of June 30th, 2020, DHgate served more than 31 million registered buyers from over 220 countries and regions by connecting them to over 2.2 million suppliers in China and other countries, with over 32 million products. For more information, please visit dhgate.com and follow @DHgate.com.