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Albany, NY (Vocus) September 4, 2010
BizArk, the leading provider of comprehensive solutions for international e-commerce and trade, officially launched its service recently. Its 18 international partners, including Paypal, Trustwave, TNT and Google, attended the release conference at the Shanghai Westin Hotel to extend congratulations.
In addition, BizArk invited Shanghai authorities and 80 BizArk customer representatives across China to witness and celebrate the official release of BizArk.
BizArk's parent company, Ketai Group, has been in the international online trade field since its establishment. In 2009, Ketai initially launched the comprehensive e-commerce solution for international trade to help Chinese companies develop global markets. At the beginning of 2010 BizArk obtained tens of millions of dollars investment from IDG Ventures.
In February 2010, the e-commerce service was officially named "BizArk," meaning the "Noah's Ark" carrying Chinese companies to the world. The release of BizArk is dedicated to helping Chinese trade companies gain a firm foothold in the global market based on brand establishment, changing the "low price and low quality" image of "made-in-China."
BizArk aims to provide tailored marketing solutions for Chinese companies with services -- overseas market analysis, website construction and multi-channel marketing -- as the core. Its main services include target customer research, website construction, search engine optimization, paid search engine marketing, social networking services, opt-in email marketing, affiliate marketing, website security support, online payment support, multilingual customer services, international legal consulting, overseas logistics and warehousing, international press releases and more.
Neil Zhou, the founder of BizArk, is a senior expert in the foreign trade e-commerce field. In the past five years, he has successfully operated several e-commerce sites including pass4sure.com and glassesshop.com, etc. Mr. Zhou said, "At present, few enterprises in China are aware of the prospective market of B2C foreign trade and attach importance to it. The competition is not so stiff. There is still the possibility of fast success for SMEs." He also points out that B2C foreign trade will become the new hot point in the Chinese e-commerce field over the next 3 to 5 years.
Another helmsman of BizArk, CEO Jason Gu, former General Manager of Google in the eastern China region and Google China Export Services division, has ten years of management experience in sales and marketing in multinational companies. Under the leadership of Jason and Neil, BizArk, together with 18 top partners, blew the horn in the new era of e-commerce to transform "made-in-China" to "invented for the world."
BizArk is an e-commerce company that provides comprehensive international trade e-commerce solutions & services, specializing in website construction, network marketing, website security, logistics, call centers, legal affairs consulting as well as support services.
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