WARSAW, Poland, June 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/. OSELL Group, an evolutionary business concept designed to connect global businesses with China, is expanding rapidly internationally and now making Poland its next country partner.
On June 20, 2016, OSELL Group will organize China-Poland Online Silk Road Economic Cooperation Forum and announce the launch of its key partner Global OConnect's facility in Warsaw.
The forum is held as part of the activities organized for the Chinese government's official visit to Poland, supported by the National Development and Reform Commission of China and Development Department of Poland. More than 300 participants from leading businesses, institutions, and media are set to attend.
OSELL Group operates businesses through its online OSell APP+ and offline OConnect exhibition warehouse. The group's vision is to promote Chinese products around the globe and introduce global products to Chinese customers. Its arrival in Poland will signify a closer tie between China and Eastern Europe and more economic benefits for the people.
At the forum, the Chairman of OSELL Group will announce the launch of the Global OConnect exhibition warehouse facility. As a State authorized agent, the company addresses the trust and warranty issues of online trading.
Through building exhibition warehouses worldwide, where interested retailers can come and see the real products after they've discovered them online, and providing warehouse services next to the exhibition for Chinese manufacturers, OSELL Group, through its partner Global OConnect enables retailers worldwide to make well-informed purchasing decisions, and Chinese manufacturers to promote their high quality goods to global markets.
The company has opened two facilities after success in Moscow and Dubai. The opening of Poland exhibition warehouse at the end of June will be accompanied by two more in Toronto and Ho Chi Min. Last month, OSELL acquired French company Comex as part of its European strategy.
The forum will be attended by representatives of relevant government departments as well as business delegations from both countries. Among Chinese business representatives are Chinese e-commerce tycoon Alibaba, telecommunications company ZTE Corporation and IT giant Huawei.
Established in 2015 and partly funded by the state, OSELL Group Cross-Border E-commerce Co. Ltd. is an essential and organic component of China's national economic strategy of going abroad. The company's mission is to introduce China-made products globally in a more interactive and efficient way.
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