A new training program on Internet and foreign trade was launched today in Hangzhou.
The program is co-organized by China (Hangzhou) Cross-border E-commerce Comprehensive Pilot Area and Foreign Affairs Office of Zhejiang government, with the aim of nurturing a group of international professionals who grasp the skill set needed for global e-commerce.
Highlight courses include modules of policy interpretation, human resource planning and management, brand management, intellectual property protection, cross-border payment and also case studies on Amazon, AliExpress, Wish and Ebay.
Running through to May 2018, it comprises of 10 sessions, each lasting for one to two days. The program is targeting CEOs and high-level executives of cross-border e-commerce companies.
The program is free to join but participants need to handle catering, lodging and transport themselves. Participants will be awarded a certificate by the organizers if they pass. (Souce: Shanghai Daily)