Nicoletta Kaperonis, CEO of the Athens-based Kaperoni BFG AE, announced that her company had secured permanent exhibition space and that Cypriot traders and exporters will benefit from the promotion of their products and in China.
She said that the World Commerce Valley – Yanjiao, International Trade City is the largest under-construction shopping centre in the world that will become the “main importer” hub in China, offering permanent showrooms for wholesalers, in addition to an online retail platform, called B2C sales, to China and the rest of Asia.
The trade centre, Kaperonis said, “with a very low rental cost for businesses, will provide numerous benefits to the exhibitors including the operation of customs warehouses in the near future.”
She said that the trade centre is strategically located between Beijing, the new capital’s new airport and Tianjin port.
The centre will consist of buildings that will house national pavilions and Greece and Cyprus will be the first honoured countries, Kaperonis said.
The first building complex measuring 120,000 square meters has been completed and will be inaugurated during a ceremony in July after which products and services of participating Greek and Cypriot companies will be exhibited in the showroom, and their data posted on an electronic platform to promote their advertising and sales in China’s wider market and Asia. The entry fee for three years and lease for a minimum 9 square meters is €6,000 per year.
Source: Cyprus Mail