On Friday, March 31, The Oregon-China Sister State Relations Council and Tianjin Economic & Technological Development Area will sponsor the 7th Oregon-China Economic Forum.
If you want to learn more about connecting with the largest and fastest-growing e-commerce market in the world, don’t miss this opportunity. Experts from both China and Oregon will share “must have” information to help Oregon businesses sell their products and services to China directly via e-commerce.
Oregon-China Sister State Relations Council is a local organization and is working with state agencies such as Business Oregon, Port of Portland, Association of Oregon Counties, and with the Tianjin municipal government in China. These groups are teaming-up to launch the first Public Private Partnership e-Commerce Export Platform to help Oregon small to medium-size companies market their products to Chinese consumers. The forum will provide you with first-hand knowledge about how to set up your e-commerce store, promote on China social media, work with logistics companies in both Oregon and China, and display your product samples in Oregon’s window at the Tianjin International Sister City Pavilion in China.
There is limited space available. Make your reservation today:
DATE: Friday, March 31, 2017
TIME: 3-6 p.m.
WHERE: Abernethy Center, 606 15th St., Oregon City, OR 97045
The forum is being co-sponsored by the Oregon Department of Agriculture, Business Oregon, Port of Portland, Association of Oregon Counties, and NW Regional China Council.
I hope to see you there.