Your recipe for success for online trading in the Far East: Digital Bash EXTREME – E-Commerce China

If you want to identify trends in e-commerce, you have to think outside the box and look at China. Our experts will show you how you can establish a successful business not only through sales strategies from the Far East, but also there, at the Digital Bash EXTREME. Sign up now!

China has long been a pioneer in online trading. Whether social commerce via live stream shopping in social networks, self-propelled supermarkets or sophisticated supply chains, if we need good examples of successful commerce, we have to look to the Far East. And that is exactly what our experts do: inside Digital Bash EXTREME – E-Commerce China on June 16 (Wednesday) from 9 a.m.. Register now and get in-depth insights into online trading in China.

And best of all: You can take part from wherever you want. Whether in the office, comfortably in the home office or from the couch – you are there with a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Don’t have time on June 16th? No problem! Do not miss this unique opportunity and secure the recordings of the event by registering.


Are you female, industry insider and want to get on the digital stage? Then submit a lecture proposal now and be included in our pool of experts or secure your slot The Digital Bash – Female Experts.



Our experts at the Digital Bash EXTREME – E-Commerce China

After a short intro from Marc Stahlmann, co-founder and managing director of OnlineMarketing.de, takes over Moonie Zhu, Co-founder and managing director of eTOC GmbH, the digital stage. In her first lecture “Selling to China through E-Commerce”, she explains what is behind the term Cross Boarder E-Commerce and how you can successfully establish your business in China using E-Commerce. In her second lecture this morning, which takes place third, she describes under the title “How do you do digital marketing in China?” How effective e-commerce marketing works in the Far East.

The second lecture is from Mareike Seeßelberg, Senior Consultant at Chinabrand IP Consulting. Under the title “Legal Basics of E-Commerce in China”, it describes what marketers in China have to be legally aware of. It also provides information on the necessary licenses, regulations for product registration and data protection regulations.

After Moonie Zuh provided her input for the second time this morning, the third speaker will come, who can offer you multifaceted insights into the subject of e-commerce in China. Shaoting Fan is the managing director of Send2China GmbH and gives a lecture entitled “Direct Parcel Shipping within the framework of the Chinese E-Commerce Law”, from which you learn about the development of cross-border e-commerce worldwide, the problem from the perspective of the supervisory authorities, the status Quo of regulations in China and Europe and legally compliant B2C shipping to China.


That Calendar

  • 9:00 am – 9:05 am: Opening Digital Bash EXTREME – E-Commerce China
    Marc Stahlmann | CEO & Co-Founder | OnlineMarketing.de GmbH
  • 9:10 am – 10:10 am: Sell ​​to China through e-commerce
    Moonie Zhu | Co-Founder & CEO | eTOC GmbH
  • 10:15 am – 11:00 am: Legal Foundations of E-Commerce in China
    Mareike Seeßelberg | Senior Consultant | CHINABRAND IP CONSULTING
  • 11:05 am – 12:05 pm: How to do digital marketing in China
    Moonie Zhu | Co-Founder & CEO | eTOC GmbH
  • 12:10 pm – 12:40 pm: Direct Parcel Shipping under the Chinese E-Commerce Law
    Shaoting Fan | Management | Send2China GmbHn
  • From 12:40 p.m .: graduation
    Marc Stahlmann | CEO & Co-Founder | OnlineMarketing.de GmbH

The number of participants is limited to 2,500. Secure your access now to take with you the multifaceted insights on the subject of e-commerce China. You can get live participation and access to the recording of the event for only 99 euros. Be there and get your ticket now for the knowledge advantage in the digital industry with Digital Bash EXTREME – E-Commerce China from OnlineMarketing.de.



Source: OnlineMarketing.de by onlinemarketing.de.

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