Visa has cooperated with DHgate.com and other e-commerce runners to completely eradicate the counterfeit products.
With the increasing number of Internet users, online shopping has become a routine form of transactions. On one hand, the convenient and cost-effective online shopping attracts a large number of Internet users, on the other hand, on the Internet there are some selling the counterfeit products, which has greatly damaged the interests of consumers.
Therefore, Visa recently held in Beijing working group meetings on brand protection. As the Chinese Electronic Commerce participant, Visa, jointly with Agricultural Bank of China, China Bank, Bank of the China Finance, as well as DHgate and other e-commerce companies advocated through mutual cooperation to make a practical and effective goal and a course of action to build a healthy and orderly environment of Chinese electric business affairs.
On this meeting, Visa took DHgate.com as a case of credible transaction and protection of intellectual property to share with the participants DHgate practice and experience.
DHgate.com integrity safety director, Flan, told reporters that selling counterfeits exist all kinds of risks such as to be detained by the customs; buyers complain about the counterfeit products resulting in return for refund; In view of these, over the years DHgate has made a lot of various tailored plans, and help the seller establish stable overseas sales channels through DHgate and buyers to look for the independent brand supply so as to create a large number of business opportunities and protect the brand products.
Confronted with the fact that the current B2B market is nearly completely taken up by Alibaba, DHgate.com becomes a unique foreign trade B2B website by virtue of its unique profit pattern. While Alibaba also do foreign trade businesses, DHgate, the latecomer becomes the first choice of a lot of small and medium foreign trade enterprises. Doing the same thing with Alibaba, why can the latecomer become the first? Which is the unique profit pattern of it? Continue reading DHgate’s Profit Pattern
DHgate’s success lies in to have seized the B2B development direction from the information drive to the transaction drive.
“We are different from the B2B2C model recently proposed by Alibaba. Businessmen on eBay to order need to call, fax, e-mail, bargain, arrange the transport and payment, which is with no distinction from the traditional trade. In DHgate, Continue reading DHgate.com: the “Nanny” Mode
Having engaged in e-commerce for more than a decade, “electronic commerce” is like a tireless perpetual motion machine operating in my mind without a stop. Even going shopping, i will unconsciously consider if it can be used to do electronic commerce to see a fresh thing. Continue reading E-Business of Luxury Goods is an Inevitable Trend
DHgate.com will lavish ten million RMB on buyers in cash back during its 8th Anniversary celebration as big thank you for their valued support. There will also be other promotional activities such as chances to win 2 new iPads and an iMac every week and up to 40% discount on millions of goods in their Big 8 Sale. The celebrations for its 8th Anniversary in summer of 2012 will be DHgate’s biggest and boldest to date.
In order to celebrate DHgate’s 8th Anniversary, hundreds of thousands of participating sellers and DHgate.com have jointly launched promotional activities that will last 12 days, including 1 million items with huge discounts. DHgate.com will spend millions of dollars to promote the Anniversary celebrations via online advertisements both onsite and offsite. DHgate forecasts an increase of more than 50% in overseas buyer traffic as a result of the Anniversary celebrations.
In addition, DHgate.com has indicated that it will give back to society, donating 1 yuan from every successful transaction to primary schools in the mountainous region of western China so they can buy desks and build libraries.
DHgate.com (www.DHgate.com) was the first online platform to bring small and medium-sized domestic suppliers and effectively connect them online with small and medium-sized foreign buyers. As an innovator in B2B e-commerce and international trade, DHgate.com fully understands the intricacies of international trade and combines modern e-commerce with traditional international trade, safe and reliable cash flow, fast and convenient logistics services. DHgate.com is also one of the third-party e-commerce platforms for China wholesale products that authorized by the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China. The Electronic business institutions management authentication center regards DHgate.com as a model unit.
DHgate.com has over 1 million domestic suppliers online with 25 million types of product; and 4 million buyers from 244 countries. 100,000 buyers make purchase online every hour with an order placed on average every 6 seconds.
DHgate.com (www.DHgate.com), a leading e-commerce platform for China wholesale products in cross-border trade from China, disclosed that DHgate.com has remained profitable from the second half of 2011 to the first half of 2012, from DHgate’s 7th to 8th Anniversary celebrations. Diane Wang, the founder and CEO of DHgate.com, pointed out that, “To run a business is like taking part in a long-distance race: whether you win or lose depends on whether you have the energy to stick it out until the end.”
New policies launched by DHgate.com in 2012 have made a positive impact, resulting in excellent performance. DHgate.com will also launch a “Sail Plan” this year dedicated to providing a better operating environment. The Sail Plan focuses on the management of repeated product listings, wrongly categorized items, false descriptions and delayed delivery in order to further enhance the transaction environment, improve user experience for overseas buyers and provide more opportunities for sellers to display their products online. DHgate.com is always committed to building a fair, honest and transparent environment for e-commerce.
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DHgate.com, a leading e-commerce platform for China wholesale products in cross-border trade from China, disclosed that DHgate.com has remained profitable from the second half of 2011 to the first half of 2012, from DHgate’s 7th to 8th Anniversary celebrations. Diane Wang, the founder and CEO of DHgate.com, pointed out that, “To run a business is like taking part in a long-distance race: whether you win or lose depends on whether you have the energy to stick it out until the end.” Continue reading DHgate.com Remains Consistently Profitable
“They are poor not only in materials but also in their spiritual world. They’ve seen nothing except huge mountains…” A video taken in a mountainous region of China caught the attention of all the honored guests attending DHgate’s 8th Anniversary event. Diane Wang, the founder and CEO of DHgate.com indicated that DHgate will make contributions to charities by donating desks and a library to Jinan primary school, located in a mountainous region of western China during its 8th Anniversary, starting 27 July 2012. Continue reading DHgate’s 8th Anniversary Donations to Mountain Schools
For foreign buyers, the lowly discounted logistics service provided by DHgate is another attraction. DHgate provides the buyers with the 20% to 60% discounts of logistics by international EMS, DHL, UPS, FEDEX companies which is a favorable service to the small buyers. Continue reading DHgate: do not do customized business (2)
It is quite right that Chinese products are high quality and inexpensive. But how does a Chinese website make foreign buyers directly buy its products?
Don’t do the customized business Continue reading DHgate: Do Not Do Customized Business