China News Network, Guangzhou, June 15 (Reporter Cheng Jingwei) The 127th Canton Fair opened on the Internet on the 15th, and about 25,000 companies participated in the exhibition for a period of 10 days. From the original face-to-face negotiation, to today's "screen-to-screen" live broadcast, Chinese companies have ushered in a completely different Canton Fair.
This is in the context of the global spread of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic. The Canton Fair was held in the cloud for the first time in 63 years, allowing Chinese and foreign merchants to place orders and do business without leaving the house.
On the morning of the same day, the reporter logged on to the official website of the Canton Fair as a buyer. The online Canton Fair set up 50 exhibition areas, and the exhibits were divided into 16 categories, including electronics and household appliances, lighting, hardware tools, building materials, consumer goods, gifts, etc. There are more than 2 million exhibits. You can visit the enterprise virtual booth by searching for products or enterprises.
Entering the exhibitor's live broadcast hall, more than 5,000 live broadcasts are in progress at the same time. The reporter saw in the virtual booth of Guangdong Galanz Group Co., Ltd. Through pictures, videos and other means, the company exhibited 211 products such as microwave ovens, ovens and refrigerators. Two salesmen were introducing the products in the live broadcast room. Buyers can communicate with exhibitors in real time and make appointments for negotiation.
Facing the global procurement team, Galanz uses internal competition to select foreign language anchors. Liang Huiqiang, vice chairman of the Galanz Group, said that the live broadcast team is all from the foreign trade business team and has practical experience in overseas live broadcast. "By constantly reviewing, the anchors are very familiar with the product and the market."
The global supply and purchase docking platform on the official website of the Canton Fair has three functions: submitting intention orders, recommending supply products, and supplying and purchasing intelligent matching. In the supply and procurement hall of the platform, many overseas buyers have announced the purchase intention of home appliances, daily-use ceramics, gifts and other products.