From November 11 to 12, the First Optics Valley Global Cross-border E-Commerce Forum (CBEC 2014) takes place at the East Lake International Conference Center in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.
WUHAN, CHINA, November 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ — November 11 to 12, the first ever CBEC, sponsored by the Wuhan Municipal People’s Government and the Department of Commerce of Hubei Province, and organized by Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone and Transn (China) Technology Co., Ltd., opened along China’s largest urban lake – Wuhan East Lake. E-commerce elites from around the world got together to share practical experience of cross-border e-commerce and explore its development. As China’s most internationalized forum of its kind at present, CBEC brought together resources from around the world, including internationally renowned e-commerce platforms, foreign representatives in China, representatives of outstanding Chinese enterprises, representatives of universities and research institutions, as well as representatives of Chinese provincial and municipal governments.
According to sources, international platforms that appeared at the forum yesterday include over 40 renowned e-commerce platforms and over 60 relevant industrial institutions from more than 50 key trade countries. Among them were the world’s most influential cross-border e-commerce platform – eBay, the world’s most influential cross-border payment platform – Paypal, the largest search engine in the Russian-speaking region – Yandex, Russia’s largest B2B platform – TIU, the renowned payment platform in the Russian-speaking region – Payu, Latin America’s largest B2C platform – Linio, Western Europe’s largest B2B platform SoloStocks, Japan’s largest vertical B2B platform – iPros, and India and Pakistan’s largest B2B platform – Tradekey; the attending foreign representatives in China included the US consul general in Wuhan, the US consul general in Guangzhou, the German consul general in China, the executive representative of the Russian Commercial Representative Office in China and the Korean consul general in Wuhan; the participating renowned Chinese enterprises included outstanding enterprises at all stages of the cross-border e-commerce industry chain, prestigious state-owned enterprises, successfully transformed private enterprises and budding internet enterprises.
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