Shenzhen, Sep 30, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - According to PR Newswire, eBay held a cross-border e-commerce summit, "Make Future Together" with the Bureau of Commerce, and local government in Tianjin, China, on September 24. Over 100 manufacturers from major industrial zones and around 500 top sellers across China attended the summit. More than 30 professional cross-border e-commerce service providers were also invited to the summit, including the GoTen Dropshipping Platform.
The summit is to set up a business ecosystem by gathering high-quality resources in the cross-border e-commerce industry and promote the transformation and upgrade of excellent enterprises and traditional brands in China.
GoTen Dropshipping Platform's Debut in eBay "Make Future Together" Summit
GoTen Dropshipping Platform was invited to the cross-border e-commerce summit - "Make Future Together." During the summit, among a total of 8 speakers from the top cross-border enterprises in China, Mr. Zeng, vice president of GoTen, on behalf of the parent company, ZongTeng Group, gave a speech of "Optimization of Cross-Border Supply Chain and Logistics."
Mr. Zeng started the speech with the pain point of the cross-border supply chain, and elaborated on the advantages of the business model, dropshipping, because small- and medium-sized enterprises have been troubled by logistics problems and capital shortage since the coronavirus outbreak. His speech was the last but one, scheduled as the "grand finale" for the closing, bringing a great many inspirations to the attendees and winning loud applause.
Many cross-border e-commerce sellers interested in GoTen's dropshipping services stopped at the booth of the GoTen Dropshipping Platform and consulted GoTen's business team. They were eager to establish business partnerships with GoTen.
More Business Opportunities Amid Online Shopping Boom
Digital Commerce 360 indicates that during the coronavirus pandemic, eBay's Q2 sales in 2020 hit the highest record in 15 years, with 8 million newly added buyers, more web traffic, orders, and much higher GMV. In particular, Chinese eBay sellers' products were popular among international customers, and their sales volumes grew rapidly.
Home & Garden, Electronics, Fashion, Auto Parts, and Collectibles are the fastest-growing categories in terms of sales growth for sellers from the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region in China. By connecting tens of thousands of online retailers and trustworthy suppliers, the GoTen Dropshipping Platform is dedicated to the best-selling products mentioned above and it can perfectly integrate with eBay stores. More importantly, it also provides free product recommendations based on big data research, which is recognized by many attendees in the summit.
With the development of the cross-border industry, the competition becomes increasingly intense; meanwhile, more opportunities arise. To ensure rapid growth without great financial pressure, many sellers are attracted to GoTen's dropshipping services which can effectively resolve their problems by benefiting from an abundant supply of goods, overseas warehousing services, flexible cash flow with investing in inventory, and 24/7 customer support.
GoTen.com is a professional dropshipping and wholesale supplier under ZongTeng Group since 2007. It benefits from all ZongTeng's supply chain resources, including GoodCang, YunExpress, and WorldTech.
Since the launch of GoTen global site, GoTen Dropshipping Platform attracts thousands of visitors worldwide every day, registering considerable surges in sales with 20,000+ profitable SKUs. Additionally, based on big data-based research, its free product recommendations aim to make dropshipping easier on Amazon, eBay, Wish, Walmart, and other online marketplaces.
No membership fees, no credit card needed, only minutes to get started. GoTen makes it easier for everyone to launch and boost their online business.
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