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Would it be difficult to understand what Alibaba.com (HKSE 1688) can do for you as a supplier? To those who are new to the China eCommerce platform,  they probably have to scratch their heads a few times, make a few circles and clicks before reaching their needs. Aliuser found the internet company has revamped its seller channel – an entry point to get access to a host of major tools for China or overseas suppliers doing business in the etrading platform:

 

Seller Channel Top Banners

Seller Channel Top Banners

 

  • Yearn for promoting products online: Capturing Aliuser’s attention is its big banner at the top whereby suppliers can Get a free company website to promote their products online. Suppliers also can get fast access to its mail box through the Message Center (My Alibaba)“, checking their leads from buyers as soon as they have registered as Alibaba members.

 

Selling Tools

Seller Channel: Selling Tools

 

  • Want to speed up selling process: As a supplier, many of us would like to know what tools can help speed up our selling process. The Selling Tools are fully displayed for quick access. Tools include Display Products, Trade Manager and Join SuperDeals etc 

 

Browse Buying Leads by Category

Seller Channel: Browse Buying Leads by Category

 

  • Need to check out what buyers’ needs: The seller channel allows suppliers to do this by –
  1. Browse Buying Leads by Category
  2. Check the most updated Buying Leads and the most urgently Buying Leads

 

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Alibaba (HKSE 1688) will be going to hold its Open Sesame event in Istanbul, Turkey on Decemeber 16th.

Date: Tuesday, 16 December 2008
Time: 3:00pm – 6:00pm (Registration starts at 2:30pm)
Price: FREE with event registration
Venue: Grand Ballroom, The Four Seasons at Sultanahmet
Location: Istanbul, Turkey

For those who are interested in the event, please sign up here.

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Alibaba Winport project
Alibaba Winport project

 

Alibaba.com Ltd (1688.HK) announced on 6th October that it will offer one year of free “Winport” service  旺铺 to Home Inns -如家快捷 (Nasdaq: HMIN) members, according to a report from cnstock.com.

The e-commerce product , which worth RMB 980, will be given to small- and medium-sized (SME) enterprises applying for membership at all Home Inns locations. Forty percent of Home Inns’ more than 1 million members are SME clients, reports by the stocks and investment portal.

Aliuser has come up with the fact that, as of June 30 2008, Home Inns operated a total of 366 hotels in 79 different cities across China and have covered 98 cities including hotels contracted.

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 With the Consumer prices index (CPI) going down to 4.9 percent in August, the China government can do more to stimulate economic growth as inflation is more or less under control.

According to new agency Xinhua reported on Wednesday, China consumer prices increased by an annual 4.9 percent in August, marking the fourth straight month of decline but the smallest increase in 14 months. 

The reading fell short of analyst expectation as they called for an increase of 5.2 percent.

With shrinking exports and fixed investment possibly leading to economic growth of less than 10 percent this year and 9 percent in 2009. Analysts expected Beijing may relax its lending policy, cut taxes and curb energy price rises to boost the economy, which will help China SME exporters substain their business in the near future.

 

China economy
China economy
 
Photo courtesy of Bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601089&refer=china&sid=adjS_kGupsn0
     

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Seeking for a right supplier to find the right product is the first and foremost issue to buyers. We also got the feedback that finding a reliable supplier to work with, reducing all the hassles in the process of negotiating and contracting is another major concern.

To most suppliers, gaining trust from their clients is the starting point to acquire business.

In an effort to to making suppliers’ profile more transparent to buyers. Alibaba suggested three third-party service providers to offer authenication and verification inspection to its supplier members.

They are

 

Alibaba services providers for authenications and vertifications

 

 

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