Hutong School Presents E-Commerce in China

Top Quote Hutong School is proud to present a webinar on China becoming a global leader in the e-commerce market. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 25, 2018 - Shanghai, China - Hutong School, a Chinese language school providing intensive Chinese language and internship programs throughout Asia, Europe, and Australia will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday, September 25th on China with a focus on the rapid growth of China’s e-commerce market. Within the past 10 years, China has grown its e-commerce market from 0.4% to 40%, becoming one of the global leaders in e-commerce.

    Our guest lecturer will be Ed Sander, co-author of the award-winning book Event Driven Marketing and its English follow-up Follow That Customer. This webinar will focus on the overview of the e-commerce market in China, how China grew its global e-market shares from 0.4% to over 40% in a little over 10 years, the role of the smartphone, the unique characteristics of the Chinese e-commerce market, and the main players in the industry.

    Hutong School is excited to be hosting this webinar on e-commerce in China. We believe it is essential that we continue to transfer our knowledge and passion for China to our students in an efficient and compelling way.

    About Hutong School
    Hutong School was founded in 2005 in response to the growing demand of Western students, graduates, and young professionals for Chinese language courses and internships in China. Hutong School has students and representatives from more than 30 countries worldwide with the aim to introduce Chinese culture through cultural immersion and to give students a chance to get a global perspective.

    For more information, please contact:

    Megan Wang
    Community Manager, Hutong School ( @ ) hutongschool dot com

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