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The Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is an economic belt connecting routes across the sea and land and an initiative linking China and the world with following aims:

  1. Cultural exchange
  2. Financial integration
  3. Trade and investment
  4. Connectivity
  5. Policy and coordination

The Belt & Road (B&R) Initiative, a development strategy proposed by Chinese Government that focuses on connectivity and cooperation, with an investment of many billions in railway lines, pipelines, and ports that could provide a boost for international trade and also for insurance. As a result, companies in Hong Kong can grab these precious opportunities to expand their businesses in other regions.

The year 2016 also marked the 25th anniversary of the open-dialogue relationship between China and Asean. Economic relations between China and Asean economies have been growing strongly. By the end of May 2016, the two-way investment had exceeded US$160 billion, with Asean remaining a major destination for Chinese companies. At the same time, trade across states has increased massively, from US$7.96 billion in 1991 to US$472.16 billion in 2015. Now, Asean and China are still seeking to double their trade value, setting a target of US$1 trillion by the end of 2020 which indicates there are huge potentials if companies can engage in this trade opportunity.

With the Belt and Road Initiative, it can further bring two of the world’s most dynamic economic regions together by strengthening economic linkages among the 10 members of Asean, as well as between Asean member countries and China. And right now, we can see the efforts pay off. Among the countries of Asean which has joint Belt and Road deals: Malaysia, Thailand, Laos and Indonesia improved their infrastructures mainly in railway construction to build better connections across countries. There will also be a new high-speed rail line running from southern China through Laos to Thailand’s industrial eastern coast which facilitate future trading events.

In light of the B&R Initiative, Smark Global deeply believes the prospect of seeking business opportunities in Asean would be glamour in the future. Therefore, Smark Global has started to expand their business to Asean since 2018. With time and efforts paid by our professional team, we are glad to have collaboration with DKSH (Hong Kong and Thailand) which are one of the groups that provides market development services in Asia. From the planning stage in 2018 to the launch of the project in 2019, Smark Global has successfully helped DKSH to instal over 250 POS workstations in Hong Kong and Thailand. Brands like Clarks, Mont Blanc and Bally under DKSH adopted Moses to handle complicated daily operations and cooperate with frontline work to provide a better shopping experience for customers as well as manage members effectively with members management system. From this positive experience working with DKSH, we are looking for more business opportunities with Aseas in the near future.

Differentiation Functions of MOSES

Efficient Management of Online/Offline Retail Business and Wholesale Operation

MOSES is a one-stop system to handle retail shops, online stores and wholesale management, this can let business enterprises to integrate information from different sales channels, management levels and real time operational information. With Moses, it could achieve high-efficiency communication and react towards the latest market movement in a faster way.

Strong System to Handle Client and Membership Management

In the retail industry, member management is indispensable. Member management in MOSES has an automatic enhancement feature. For example, member’s level could be upgraded automatically according to the amount of their purchase, it could also be exported as different types of reports for further analysis of members’ shopping behavior. So that business enterprises could make use of these actual sales data to formulate a marketing strategy that is closer to the needs of the market.