As a one-stop cross-border platform for B2B trading of fine chemicals, Echemi can provide a broad range of original services anytime and anywhere, including cargo hosting, sales channel matchmaking, trade agency services, supply chain services, and express customs clearance and tax rebates. Each year, the company receives an average of 2,700 to 3,000 orders from overseas customers, making it a powerhouse in the industry and a perfect success story of internet-enabled entrepreneurship.
Founded in Swiss in 1961, Medela aims to promote breastfeeding worldwide. The company invests in fundamental research together with global key opinion leaders, leading scientists, medical professionals and universities to apply these findings for innovations and product development. It is a global specialist provider of a full range of customized breastfeeding solutions including breast pumps, breast milk storage and feeding products.
Top & Ideal is a provider of cross-border supply chain solutions. When talking about tech-driven growth, Mr. Hong Zhiquan, Chairman & CEO of the company said， “Now customs clearance can be done within literally seconds for cross-border purchasing and products can be shipped out within 24 hours after order taking, something that used to take an average of 72 hours. This is an experience similar to shopping on major e-commerce platforms in China and it hardly feels ‘cross-border’.”
China’s massive base of Internet and smart phones users has spurred explosive demand for digital banking services. While mobile payment is popular among retail customers, demand for more convenient mobile banking service by corporate customers is also growing rapidly. WeChat is China’s largest multi-functional social media platform with over one billion users. Utilising WeChat, we are able to help our corporate customers manage their finance more efficiently.Executive Vice President and Head of Commercial Banking, HSBC China
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