Alibaba hosts international e-commerce training

Delegates from around the world are gathering in Hangzhou to see its development as a "smart city" and to learn from Alibaba Group.
Alibaba hosts international e-commerce training
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Forty delegates from home and abroad attend an e-commerce training course in Hangzhou.

Forty delegates from home and abroad have gathered for an e-commerce training course held in the Hangzhou headquarters of Alibaba Group. 

The three-day course, which started on October 29, aims to showcase the city’s expertise in building a "smart city" through big data and artificial intelligence, as well as the group’s technology and strategy regarding e-business development.

Professionals from Thailand, Finland, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal and Italy will draw experience from Hangzhou and then give a boost to their local e-commerce and AI industries.

Over the three days, they will visit Cainiao logistics system in Xiasha area, online-to-offline fresh food platform Freshhema, as well as high-tech firms in Mengxiang and Yunqi towns.

The training class is supported by the Belt and Road Local Cooperation Committee (BRLC), United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and Alibaba Group.

Founded in 2004, UCLG has a membership of more than 1,500 cities and 200 local governments in 130 countries and regions. It is now headquartered in Madrid, Spain.

In 2017, Hangzhou cooperated with UCLG to establish the BRLC to boost the development of Belt and Road Initiative in Asia.

Alibaba hosts international e-commerce training
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