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Jeju to help local businesses explore online sales channels into China

According to Newsis,

Jeju Island has embarked on a project to help local businesses explore on and offline sales channels into China. The provincial authorities will run an online trade fair, especially targeting those with little access to communicating channels to reach out to business partners in China. For the online fair which comes to an end on Aug 31, seven enterprises in Jeju and 35 Chinese buyers from Nanjing, Beijing and Hangzhou were invited to take part in.

Jeju Island has also set up the pace to pay greater attention to online marketing, helping local businesses sell products via e-commerce sites such as Taobao or Kuaishou. In preparation for one of the biggest holidays in China, the Mid-Autumn Festivals which fall on Oct 1-8, the authorities step into the process to place 20 marketable products from 9 enterprises based in Jeju on top marketplace sellers’ lists online, and start to run advertisement from September.

In order to break through the barriers overseas marketing to let local residents share more information on Jeju products, the local government will discover better marketing tools with power sellers.

They’re scheduled to open a special venue, which will be accompanied by a trade fair, inviting 20 top ranking e-commerce sellers to match with 30 Jeju business owners in October.

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Source: Newsis (Aug 23, 2020)

** This article was translated from Korean.