Alibaba’s Tmall accounted for 60% of gross merchandise volume (GMV) in the online retail business-to-consumer (B2C) market in China in the third quarter of 2018, according to China Internet Watch and Analysis.
A Guide to Entering China for Foreign Brands and Retailers, Part 3: Breaking into the China Market — Optimizing Marketing and Promotional Strategies for Singles’ Day
In this is the third report in our series A Guide to Entering China for Foreign Brands and Retailers, we focus on how foreign brands can use Singles’ Day as a springboard to enter China, leveraging our proprietary data on brands’ sales performance on Singles’ Day 2018 on Tmall.
A Guide to Entering China for Foreign Brands and Retailers, Part 2: Chinese E-Commerce Calendar for 2019 – International Brands that Understand and Respect Chinese Culture Are Poised to Win
China celebrates many holidays and shopping festivals that foreign brands and retailers should pay attention to, ranging from traditional cultural celebrations to holidays adopted from Western culture to special events recently created by retailers and e-commerce platforms.
China’s retail industry is booming and in addition to Single’s Day, there are many opportunities for international brands and retailers to tap into the world’s largest e-commerce market. Use our 2019 calendar to adapt your sales strategies for the China market.
Chinese Outbound Tourists Survey 2018: Urban Millennials Lead the Charge to More Independent, Adventurous Travel
This report details the results of our fourth annual proprietary survey of Chinese overseas tourists’ travel and spending behaviors and preferences, undertaken in partnership with China Luxury Advisors.
A Guide to Entering China for Foreign Brands and Retailers, Part 1: Using the “Bonded + Retail Store” Model to Establish a Physical Presence in the Chinese Market
This is the first report in our series A Guide to Entering China for Foreign Brands and Retailers. Here, we focus on a new way for foreign companies to enter China, the “Bonded + Retail Store” model.
In this report, we profile ten of the world’s biggest e-commerce marketplaces and look at the global prospects for e-commerce growth.
Chinese shoppers’ appetite for imported products continues to grow apace. We review the current state of the cross-border e-commerce market, note the factors supporting demand and look at forthcoming tax changes that will impact cross-border sales.
Chinese outbound tourists have evolved into experienced and sophisticated travelers - some 67% of surveyed tourists have traveled more than once in the past 12 months, visiting an average of 2.3 destinations. Apart from shopping, they crave lifestyle and experiences when they travel abroad.
2017 Spring Festival Preview Part 2: Chinese Expected to Spend Big on Outbound Travel and Entertainment
In Part 2 of our 2017 Spring Festival Report, we focus on two main themes: 1) the continued rise in Chinese outbound travel; and 2) the growing preference for spending on experiences and entertainment.
Dior (EPA: CDI) opened an online boutique shop on WeChat and rolled out a new, limited-edition Lady Dior small handbag on the platform on August 1.
$1.63 billion in sales are made in the first 38 minutes • 42.6% of sales are made via mobile devices • The first domestic order is delivered in 15 minutes • The first cross-border order is delivered in 2 hours • In 2014, Alibaba offered an 11.11 shopping festival to global shoppers