DHgate.com, the first business-to-business e-commerce platform in China, will be conducting a two-day boot camp starting from the 18th of this month. It aims to train and upgrade Brunei businesses on cross-border trade using e-commerce.
The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Cross-Border E-commerce Training (APEC CBET), an initiative under the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) of China, hones in on the necessary steps for micro, small and medium enterprises, MSMEs to get started in the global digital trade. DHgate in a press statement said there is room for improvement in getting MSMEs in ASEAN to be aware of the opportunities presented through the digitalization of the global economy, with dedicated e-commerce training able to fast-track MSMEs to buy and sell across borders through online platforms. Registration is free. Those interested in signing up can download the application form at: dare.gov.bn/sitepages/ecommercebootcamp.aspx and email it to: email@example.com
Source: Radio Television Brunei