While China’s saturated smartphone market may be slowing down for manufacturers, it is changing the way people in the world’s second largest economy buy online. According to a new report by the official China Internet Network Information Centre, the number of internet users in China rose to 668 million last July with over 300 million active online shoppers.
As China’s remarkable growth continues, the conditions for the e-commerce market are only improving. But logistics, a key element in providing customer service, remains a major challenge for e-commerce players big and small. If the logistics market falters, will it bring down the e-commerce industry? Not if the e-commerce players confront the issue, and quickly.
At the E-Commerce Logistics Summit on November 26 in Shanghai, you will receive top insights on how to better respond to the growing needs of merchants and consumers, learn more about developments in e-commerce logistics, distribution and fulfillment, both domestic intra-country omni-channel retail but also cross-border from, to and within China.
Confirmed speakers include:
– Bruno Alix, Logistics Projects & Methods Manager, Groupe Beaumanoir (Cache-Cache China) NEW!
– Xiaoguang Yang, Logistics Director, Metersbonwe NEW!
– Torsten Sollitzer, Director, Digital Strategies NEW!
– Long Wong, Chief Operating Officer, UCO.com
– Danny Lei, Logistics Manager, Marks & Spencer
and more… see the full line-up of speakers at http://elog.asia.
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Participation fee starts from US$ 300 (or RMB 1,900) per person, click here to register: https://yoopay.cn/event/elogasia
For other international credit cards, click: https://elog.eventbrite.com
If you are interested to send your logistics team, we also offer a ‘Buy 3 Get 1 Free’ combo package, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
See you on November 26 in Shanghai!