Nairobi, Kenya, October 08, 2016 --(PR.com)-- On 27th September, the third importers and exporters meeting was held in China-Africa Sustainable Development Center, ShenZhen, China. The conference organizer was Amanbo - the first Sino-Africa e-commerce platform. The purpose of this meeting is to strengthen the face to face communication between African importers and Chinese exporters, maintaining Sino-Africa business opportunities at your fingertips. There were 9 African procurement representatives and more than 40 well-known Chinese suppliers participated in the meeting.
There were five processes in this meeting, opening speech, visit import and export exhibition hall, two-way introduction of supply and demand, free exchange and take group photos. The enthusiasm of talk and the time of self-introduction was much more than expected, purchasers greatly appreciated this two-way communication bridge, which strengthening the confidence of conducting transactions in Amanbo platform.
“We can touch the products personally, which completely dispels our worries, in addition, prices are much lower than those offered by our local wholesalers, it would be a better choice for us to import Chinese goods,” an African said after buying.
Why is the price so low? The answer may be that the local warehouse supply reduces shipping cost, and most of the Chinese goods are clearance price, which is due to the African market buying habits, in most cases, low price is the first standard of procurement.
“We want to be the pioneer of e-commerce in Africa and capitalize on the strong multifaceted cooperation between China and Africa, six operation centers have been established in six major African cities this year,” the CEO of Amanbo Mr. Sunny Liao said.
“We are promoting high-quality Chinese goods, which can be fair price to conduct direct trades between African wholesalers and Chinese suppliers. Innovative marketing OSO (online + social + offline) mode and blue ocean strategy are our basic guidelines,” he explained.
From electronic devices to agricultural machines, the platform provides a wide range of Chinese goods, which are sold in Kenya as well as other countries like Cameroon, Togo, Sierra Leone and so on. Amanbo has shown the way with their team’s efforts to open up the challenging markets. It’s only a matter of time until countless transactions blossom everywhere.