The BRICS Believe That Women’s Leadership and Digital Empowerment are Essential to Promoting Economic Growth

The panel discussion entitled “Differences Make Her Remarkable” was attended by @Diane Wang, China Chapter Member of the BRICS WBA, Founder, Chair, and CEO of the DHgate Group. While working in the digital trade industry, we saw a shift in the global trade and retail chain’s link to production and consumption. More opportunities for women in the e-commerce and other commercial industries are opening up because of their digital talents.” During a panel discussion on the relevance of digital skills and tools for women in society, Diane Wang said.

The Chinese State Leader originally suggested the 2022 Women Innovation #Contest during the Summit in November 2020 and gained broad support from all BRICS leaders. DHgate has helped to facilitate the first and now the second contest and many other important activities to assist women to discover their potential and influence in their jobs.

This year’s Women’s Leadership Forum took place on May 31 at CCPIT and CCOIC in Beijing, China, as part of efforts to strengthen commercial ties among the nations. The BRICS Women Innovation Contest, co-launched by Dhgate in March, awarded the Mulan Award to 15 applicants and the Special Contribution Award to another 5 candidates in appreciation of their efforts to prevent and manage the COVID-19 epidemic during the conference. There was also a “Let Your Inner Strength Shine Through” panel discussion and a Women’s Development Report to present an overview of the current situation and developments in BRICS nations’ female empowerment.

Members of the China Chapter of  WBA, including DHgate Group founder, chairperson, and CEO Diane Wang, Dong Mingzhu, chairperson of the board and president of Gree Electric Appliances, Inc. of Zhuhai, Sangita Reddy, chairperson of the India Chapter of BRICS WBA and joint managing director of Apollo Hospitals, and Lebogang Zulu, chairperson of the South African Chapter of  WBA, all participated in a panel discussion

No matter what economy you’re in, there’s still a big divide in access and capability. It is still more difficult for women in less developed countries to get access to resources. Digital trade businesses have witnessed how the global supply chain and retail chain are being transformed by the rise of social commerce. Women now have more options in e-commerce and other sectors of business because of the rise of social commerce and the rise of digital abilities. Opportunities for entrepreneurship are frequently the only viable option for labor participation in developing economies when access to educational resources is limited. During a panel discussion on the relevance of digital skills and tools for women in society, Diane Wang said.

With the help of our social commerce tools and services on the MyyShop platform, we hope to lower the barrier for people to start and run an international e-commerce business and help MSMEs, particularly entry-level merchants and individuals, succeed. The launched MyyShop, a one-stop social commerce SaaS platform in 2020. For women in business, information exchange and online learning will be an ongoing process. Senior government and business executives from China and abroad, ambassadors from BRICS nations in China and business organizations, as well as remarkable women from countries, were all invited to the event to offer their perspectives and ideas.

Mulan Awards were bestowed upon the three BRICS Women Innovation Contest winners: Tang Limei, a scientist leading a team exploring Earth’s most extreme environments; Wang Yang, co-founder and president of NewLink; and Su Xiaoli, managing director and general manager of China’s Qinghai Plateau Qing Embroidery Operation Co., Ltd. Jiangsu Wuxi Sunny Group’s chairman Zhang Junjun was awarded the Special Contribution Award for his work.Today, in Shenzhen, China, we successfully hosted our Seller Conference 2022. DHgate’s Diane When it comes to how MyyShop is leading the way in the emerging social commerce age and helping MSMEs, particularly entry-level merchants and impoverished women, realize their aspirations of becoming future entrepreneurs, Diane has provided an incredibly forward-looking viewpoint.