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Loading's First International Offline Experience Center Settles in Hungary

November 07, 2014, 10:00 UTC+3
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BUDAPEST, Hungary, Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- With an area of 1,000 square meters,'s Chinese Commodity Offline Experience Center in Hungary was launched successfully in Budapest on Nov 6, 2014. It marked that the "Global Partnership Plan" of has already entered a new stage, namely, the construction of offline experience centers.

This offline experience center is located at the traditional finance and trade zone of East Budapest - Central European Trade & Logistics Cooperation Zone, on the basis of a Chinese shopping mall, which covers an area of 43,000 square meters. The offline experience center not only provides the largest concentrated business circle, but also enjoys perfect trade-related infrastructure. Thereby, takes the opportunity to hold a three-day trading conference in Hungary during the same period.

A delegation of enterprises, led by CEO of, Mr. Wang Jianjun, has been to Europe for a tour of investigation several times to explore European market and construct the online-offline international trade platform since the beginning of this year. Besides, organized several business inspection teams of Yiwu business owners to the market with the invitation of Jinfenghuang-kft, a partner of in Hungary. Thereafter, the launch of's sub-website in Hungary --, laid the solid foundation for the grand opening of's Chinese Commodity Offline Experience Center.

The purpose of having international offline experience center is to promote the comprehensive international trading platform,, to introduce more attractive Yiwu commodities to Europe, as well as to attract more European commodities to the E-platform for sales to China. has achieved great progresses under its ambitious "Go-Global" strategy by integrating online and offline activities. Up to now, six other offline experience centers, including Warsaw in Poland, Lisbon in Portugal, Madrid in Spain, Prague in Czech Republic, Rome in Italy are being rolled out methodically. Last but not the least, in order to build a larger network of commodity offline experience centers, the Middle East, South America, North Africa and other regions are also targeted areas of's global plan in 2015.




Alfred Xie

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