BEIJING, China– The first cross-border e-Commerce Summit, which focuses on applying the idea of the sharing economy to achieve global connectivity and economic cooperation, was held in Beijing on June 16.
The Summit was organized by JUMORE E-commerce Co., Ltd., a cross-border e-commerce platform that covers all-category commodities and the whole industry chain. More than 500 representatives from over 60 countries attended in Beijing, said the release.
JUMORE chairman LU Hongxiang delivered a keynote speech on the company’s practical experience as part of the forum’s dialogue on the sharing economy and the new B2B cross-border e-commerce business model.
“One of JUMORE’s greatest achievements has been to create a mutually beneficial sharing eco-system by segmenting our online platform into national, provincial and brand sections, or pavilions,” said LU. “This way, competitive industries and companies can showcase their products and resources, which helps economies, industry clusters, suppliers and companies form an economic community of interest, thus achieving the sharing of quality global resources.”
During the SUMMIT, JUMORE has held the launch ceremony for over ten national pavilions including the USA, UK, France, Germany,Canada, Russia, Italy, Turkey, Argentina, Indonesia, South Africa, India, Belgium, and eight provincial pavilions in China. By the end of 2016, the national pavilions of 60 countries and all provincial pavilions in China are expected to be launched on JUMORE’s platform, said the release.
“The national pavilions will facilitate different countries’ competitive industries and quality products reaching global markets, and realize sharing of capital, intelligence and technology globally,” continued Lu. “The provincial pavilions help provinces in China showcase their industry cluster and strengths, and get connected to the huge international market.” On the forum, JUMORE has also signed contracts with TUV-SUD, DHL (China).