Posts tagged "e-commerce"

A LEARNING FROM FACEBOOK AND ALIBABA

Currently, the photo of Facebook's founder, Mark Zuckerberg, jogged at Tiananmen, Beijing in its hazy weather shook the social media world. "Smog Jog" has been the trending topic lately and many criticisms showered the post. Despite many comments and criticisms, Zuckerberg visited Beijing to attend the state-backed economic forum last weekend. This economic forum's purpose was to discuss China's economic plans. Along with Zuckerberg, Alibaba's founder, Jack Ma also attended the forum. Let...

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MOBILE SHOPPING TREND

Nowadays, shopping has been very easy for us, moreover for people in China. Shopping has become a 'one-click-option' for most of the people. You don't have to go to the shopping malls or grocery stores, but just from your smartphone, you can purchase what you want to buy. It's simple, easy and we don't even have to bring a heavy shopping bags anymore! Just stay at home and it will be delivered to you :) . This mobile shopping trend has been tremendously happening in China. What do you wanna say ...

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DRONE DELIVERY SERVICE

As time goes by, many surreal things get real! Check one of them: when drone takes over human to deliver your goods... Well, drone delivery service has finally become real... A Sky Full Of Drones Well, at least soon or later, our sky will be full of drones! Believe it or not :) . As I used to say in my previous articles, "China is big, everyone!". China is also full of online platforms that can spoil your life becomes more and more convenient. In other words, this condition creates an undeni...

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APPLE PAY ENTERING CHINA

When you live in China, you don't have to worry if you forget to bring your wallet with you, but make sure you bring your Smartphone and you are registered with an app named Alipay. "Ali" isn't this name familiar? Yes, it's part of Jack Ma's Alibaba kingdom. Currently Apple announced that they would launch its Apple Pay in China. How well will Apple Pay grab the Chinese Market?   Entering China Entering China, Apple Pay won't be alone. Together with UnionPay (state-affiliated network...

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11.11 EUPHORIA

Hey guys! As I promised in the previous article that I will write an article about this super exciting event in Chinese people's life (lol, sorry for being exaggerated): 11.11 or 双11 (double 11) or Single Day Event. Check this out!     The Idea of Origin   Basically, it's the same as Black Friday in the western world.   Singles' Day or Bachelors' Day was initially celebrated at various universities in Nanjing during the 1990s, and originated from Nanjing University...

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CHINA ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN WITH JACK MA

Who doesn't know Jack Ma... The current richest man in China caused by his agile Alibaba's IPO move in the US market. We know that currently, China's economy has been in the slowdown state, but what does Jack Ma think about this slowdown? Let's take a look ...     Don't You Worry About the Slowdown...   In Ma's opinion, the 'over-reacted' attention from all of the world reflects the global importance of Chinese economy. He added that continuing to strive for the double dig...

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11 MOST POWERFUL CHINESE STARTUPS

I would say, it's not only powerful, but also valuable! Check out the countdown below...           11. MoGuJie (蘑菇街) Valued at: $1 billion Total funding: $200 million MoGuJie is the Pinterest's Chinese version, Mogujie lets women create photo collages, but it's figured out how to turn those dreams into actual money for merchants. The WSJ reported in March that the site was looking to raise another $300 million at a $2 billion valuation, so it's still clim...

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What is on Canton Fair October 2014?

The Canton Fair is China’s largest Trade show. Hosted in the capital of the Guangdong province, Guangzhou, it’s a major yearly event for import businesses of all sizes. Foreign business owners visit the fair on bi-annual basis, with hopes and dreams to find reliable Chinese suppliers or importers. Previously, a great majority of the visitors attended the fair to search for Chinese suppliers. But times are changing and nowadays you can find a decent amount of foreign exporters who visit the f...

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How to reach Chinese online shoppers

Online sales in China could generate $650 billion by 2020. And it’s not only Web-savvy urbanites embracing e-commerce, but also residents of China’s smaller cities and rural areas. Rapid sales of low-cost, high-functionality smartphones have helped to expand Internet access quickly across China. Consumers in remote areas not served by large shopping malls are increasingly going online, often with their smartphones, to find the products they want. Residents of smaller cities spend a greate...

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Supply Chain Key to Success in China

It’s no secret that China’s domestic consumption is rising rapidly. Chinese consumers are buying more of everything (from apparel and white goods to luxury items and home ware) and as they buy more, from more channels, including online, at single brand stores and from large specialty chains, domestic and foreign owned companies have to re-asses their supply chain infrastructure in China for both selling and making goods. Supply Chain in China was once an afterthought or was only thought o...

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