CHINA E-commerce training to help Tibetan merchants boost sales


E-commerce training to help Tibetan merchants boost sales


18:41, October 28, 2019

LHASA, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- Operators of 50 enterprises in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region recently finished an e-commerce training program held in the regional capital Lhasa.


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The three-day training, which concluded Sunday, has brought the latest model of e-commerce operations and promotion to the "roof of the world," including the popular livestreaming on Taobao and posting short videos on TikTok.

Tibetan businesspeople took practical training courses and real exercises on Taobao and TikTok account operations, as well as how to do livestreaming and shoot short videos.

Acho, the sales leader of Zhuofanlin shop, a local brand that sells traditional handicrafts, said that learning new techniques will help them modernize and boost sales on Taobao.

The instructors came from the Ningbo Public Vocational Training Platform for Modern Service Industry and the Alibaba cross-border e-commerce talent incubation center.

Tibet has more than 30,000 e-commerce merchants as local companies embrace the information age.

There is no shortage of products on the plateau but trendy business ideas and management can help those products reach more people, the city's federation of industry and commerce said.

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