|Women learn e-commerce at a e-commerce school. [baidu.com]|
In 2015, the Jilin Women's Federation will continue to serve female university graduates and will help over 1,000 e-commerce operators set up over 1,000 online shops, according to an e-commerce lecture held by the federation in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, on January 27, 2015.
The federation will also collaborate with over 1,000 agricultural cooperatives to promote over 1,000 agricultural products.
During the lecture, Jia Shaohua, vice president of the Yiwu Industrial and Commercial College in east China's Zhejiang Province, briefed participants on the situation and prospects of e-commerce in China and how to promote the cooperation between female e-business operators and enterprises.
According to the Jilin Women's Federation, in 2013 the federation launched and implemented an e-commerce program that helped local women, including female university graduates, to open their online shops. The federation worked with the provincial government, universities and enterprises to provide women entrepreneurs with systematic services, including e-commerce training, internships, sales promotions and online purchasing. So far, the federation has established an online e-commerce platform and 10 e-commerce schools and has provided training to 2,808 female e-commerce operators. Moreover, the federation has helped local women set up 1,292 online shops, which have provided job opportunities for approximately 2,000 female university graduates and unemployed women.
(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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