BEIJING, Dec. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — GES (Global Education Summit) 2017 Future Education Conference was held in Beijing on November 28-29, 2017. The participants of the conference included leading characters of Chinese education industry, officers and business elites of the educational technology fields within China and overseas. Former U.S. President Barack Obama was invited to the conference to give a keynote speech. President Obama consideres early childhood education a key to lifelong education and he anticipates a sharp rise in early childhood education investment in the near future. Mr. Allen Wang, the Founder and CEO of Babytree, was invited to the conference as a representative of China’s maternal and infant family service industry. He elaborated his vision towards the future of early childhood education among young Chinese families, and announced that as the largest maternal and infant online community, Babytree has planned to enter into the offline market by means of opening a large number of offline community play centers. Allen introduced Babytree to President Barack Obama, as well as early childhood education development and household development in China during the conference.
Allen Wang, the Founder and CEO of Babytree, is giving a speech at GES 2017 Future Education Conference
There are 20 million children born every year in China. Mothers and children are the core of millions of families. The demands of those young families are greatly upgrading, which promotes the rapid development of the maternal and infant family service industry in China. Allen has said that Babytree would help the young families who pursue the good quality of life to deal with problems like imbalances between supply and demand of education resources, imbalances between consumption and supply of medical resources, etc. Babytree has determined to enter into the new business territory of early childhood education and C2M (Costumer to Manufacturer).
Babytree, the maternity and infant website (www.Babytree.com) was launched in 2007. In August 2007, Babytree was listed by CNN.com as one of the “Ten Most Striking Business Models”. April 2013, Alexa Data showed that Babytree surpassed the American mother and baby community Babycenter, and was ranked first in the world. It has become the most popular and most visited vertical maternity and infant online community world wide.
Over the last ten years, Babytree has built an Internet-based platform that does not rigidly adhere to