e-commerce in China 21 articles
China’s Singles’ Day has gained attention from all corners of the world in recent years, as companies attempt to capture their share of the Chinese market in the globe’s largest annual online shopping spree – selling AU$33 billion worth of products in last year’s event alone.
Chinese eCommerce festivals: everything you need to know
While Singles’ Day is..Read more
This article first appeared on Dynamic Export and has been republished on our blog (with edits).
With over 460 million online consumers and reaching US$750 billion sales in 2016, China is the world’s largest e-commerce market. What’s more, according to a report by Goldman Sachs, it is predicted to double by 2020.
Add to that the rise of the affluent and..Read more
The epic Chinese New Year migration is almost upon us. Known locally as ‘chunyun’, it is known as the world’s largest human migration, with around 3 billion trips expected to be made – this works out to about 2 trips for every single member of the Chinese population.
As affluence grows in China, more and more people are making trips to locations..Read more
After over three decades of success on home ground, major Australian producer of nutrition and supplement products, PharmaCare, was looking to tap into the lucrative China market. It wanted to bring household brands such as Nature’s Way, Bioglan, Fatblaster and Skindoctors to mainland Chinese digital consumers.
Airing Wang, PharmaCare’s brand manager..Read more
According to Global Rev Gen’s executive director Rob Brown, there are three big reasons why non-Chinese companies fail when it comes to doing business in China, which he revealed during his presentation at the Access China Summit 2017.
In part two of this three-part series, we revealed the second reason: “red ink”. This was the term Brown used to..Read more
According to Global Rev Gen’s executive director Rob Brown, there are three big reasons why foreign companies failed in China, which he revealed during his presentation at the Access China Summit 2017.
In part one of this three-part series, we revealed the first reason: “red dragons”. This was the term Brown used to describe the extent to which power..Read more
There are myriad examples of highly prominent non-Chinese companies who have attempted to do business in China, only to be forced to retreat later with their tails between their legs. Uber, Google, Asos … The list goes on.
Challenges companies face when doing business in China
Executive director of Global Rev Gen, Rob Brown, began his presentation at..Read more
Udo Doring, CEO and Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce (AustCham) in Shanghai, says China offers an immense opportunity of Australian businesses. We recently had the chance to catch up with him to get his take on how Australian businesses and international brands can succeed in China. Here are his 3 key tips for China Australia business:
Launched in 2014, Tmall Global is the international division of Taobao Tmall. It is currently the largest cross border e commerce platform in China, providing quality international products to Chinese consumers.Read more