Alibaba B2B cross-border e-commerce training offers huge benefits to FCU students
Date of Issue: February 20, 2017
On February 18, Alibaba held its central Taiwan business-to-business (B2B) “cross-border e-commerce training” session. The training session offered teachers and students a comprehensive understanding of Alibaba’s exciting B2B platform.
Participants in the training sessions learned to propose business strategies that help manufacturers use the B2B platform to enhance business opportunities. Manufacturers also made good use of the activity to tap into a pool of talented potential employees to help fill employment gaps in the cross-border e-commerce industry.
FCU is looking forward to further cooperation with Alibaba. Alibaba’s business platform for global trade has already become a unique and powerful tool. Armed with innovative skills and a deep understanding of the fast changing e-commerce industry, FCU graduates will undoubtedly have a competitive advantage when searching for employment.
FCU President Lee Bing-Jean speaks at Alibaba’s central Taiwan business-to-business (B2B) “cross-border e-commerce training” session (Photo courtesy of the FCU College of Business).
From left to right, Jerry Chang, CEO of United eCom, Jiang Yi-Xi, secretary-general of the Chung-hua International Trade Association, Lee Bing-Jean, President of FCU, Fu Ji-Qing, general manager of Alibaba B2B, Xu Yu-Feng director of the Cross-border E-Commerce Office at the Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei, and Chang Chi-Cheng, management consultant (Photo courtesy of the FCU College of Business).