Yesterday, at the Chengdu Global Cross-border E-commerce Service Resource Center, more than 30 cross-border e-commerce companies were vacant, providing more than 200 jobs for graduates from more than ten colleges and universities in the city. With the guidance of the Chengdu Municipal Bureau of Commerce, the first cross-border e-commerce merchant conference in Chengdu hosted by the Chengdu Cross-border E-Commerce Association kicked off, and Chengdu's cross-border e-commerce merchants have reached a new level of development.
At the scene of the double election, college students from Sichuan University, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and other colleges and universities exchanged interview ideas with their classmates while learning about the companies that came to recruit. "Previously, most of the seniors went to the coast after graduation, but now due to the rapid development of Chengdu's cross-border e-commerce industry, our profession is very useful in Chengdu. Today I interviewed a total of 5 companies, 2 of which I am very Interested. "Zheng from Chengdu Neusoft Institute, studying business management major, told reporters.
The launching meeting of the cross-border e-commerce talent training alliance was also held yesterday. "With the development of e-commerce, traditional commerce has already shown that operations, production supply chains, and sales markets can be separated. The lack of talent has become an important factor restricting the development of cross-border e-commerce, and the talent supply in Chengdu will be a cross-border electricity supply. The explosive development of the business in turn has achieved tremendous endogenous driving force for "curving overtaking on curved roads." Yao Zhengyi, secretary general of the Chengdu Cross-border Electronic Commerce Association, said in an interview with reporters yesterday. (Reporter Li Yanling Meng Hao)