What You Need to Know About Chinese Online Payment Systems

Jul 13

What You Need to Know About Chinese Online Payment Systems

Chinese online payment systems market is already a remarkably well developed industry, especially considering its relatively late start. With ecommerce annual growth rate at around 20%, Chinese online payment systems serve as a one of the most important technological enabler. Chinese online shoppers also grew to trust online payments and the vast majority is quite...

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The Rise of Branded Ecommerce in China

Jun 22

The Rise of Branded Ecommerce in China

It is no secret that the majority of online shoppers on Chinese ecommerce sites like Taobao, Tmall and JD.com expect to find good bargains. It is mostly true for Taobao, the leading C2C shopping platform, where price competition between sellers is most intense and shoppers’ top priority has been mostly low price rather than known brand. However, according to...

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Why O2O in China Keeps Growing

May 25

Why O2O in China Keeps Growing

O2O, which stands for Online to Offline (or, sometimes Offline to Online) has been one of the hottest topics in marketing in the last couple of years. It has been identified as a trillion dollar opportunity by TechCrunch as well called the industry’s stupidest acronym by Tech in Asia. While some marketers still disagree on how the term should be used, O2O in...

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Infographic: China Ecommerce Landscape

May 04

Infographic: China Ecommerce Landscape

Our latest infographic on China ecommerce landscape presents key facts on the current state and growth potential of this fastest growing sector of Chinese economy. China’s share of global ecommerce retail sales has already reached a whopping 40% at the end of 2015 and is on the way to reach $1 in 2017. Alibaba still dominates Chinese ecommerce with Taobao for...

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Uber in China: 3 Reason Why It Still Lags Behind

Feb 17

Uber in China: 3 Reason Why It Still Lags Behind

For the largest ride sharing service in the world, it wasn’t a smooth ride for Uber in China. Even though the company has pioneered the idea of private car-hailing services, in China, Uber has been a distant second to a much larger competitor, Didi Kuaidi. The Chinese company, which is the product of earlier merger of two competitors, currently holds about 80%...

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