City Launches Consultation Service on Cross-Border E-Commerce
With the continued expansion of e-commerce, it is pivotal for corporations to take advantage of the connected global commerce to secure additional business opportunities. However, companies often face challenges such as language barriers, cultural differences, customer service, logistics, return and refund mechanism, payment methods, and even tax issues. According to Economic Development Commissioner Lin Chung-chieh, a professional team has been established to provide consultation and clinical support to companies planning to set up shop on e-commerce platforms, providing assistance in areas spanning product release, website optimization, and acquisition of e-commerce capabilities certificates. Cross-border e-commerce requires completely different strategies from those of traditional offline promotions. A different approach is required for aspects such as sales promotion, platform operations, branding, recruitment, and more. DED hopes that businesses will utilize their competitive edge and maximize brand values in the market of cross-border e-commerce through help and guidance from experts.Please visit DED’s dedicated website http://www.ieatpe.org.tw/t2w/ (Chinese) for more information or call 02-2581-3521, ext. 636.