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Ecommerce brings new business, opportunities to China Commodities City

By Meng Jing in Yiwu,Zhejiang | China Daily | Updated: 2014-05-07 07:13

Most vendors at the Yiwu-based China Commodities City - the "world's largest small-commodity wholesale market" - spent half of their lives doing business in a brickandmortar market.

Commodities City actively taps e-commerce, and for most vendors establishing a successful online business is a headache. A professional photographer is essential to make products look good; an able Web designer vital to build a nice online store; tech people and marketing talent are indispensible to draw customers after any online store is launched.

Help may be at hand as increased demand leads to a rise in new companies geared to aiding others in setting up an online presence. Huang Chunxiao, founder of Yiwu Yidao eCommerce Co Ltd, is one such operator in Commodities City.

Ecommerce brings new business, opportunities to China Commodities City

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