Selling on JD.com in China – Infographic

Oct 14

Selling on JD.com in China – Infographic

Jingdong or JD.com is the second largest ecommerce B2C platform in China after Alibaba’s Tmall, currently holding close to a quarter of the market. Selling on JD is a very effective way to reach Chinese consumers directly and, in some cases, can be preferable to Tmall. We will cover various pros and cons of JD vs. Tmall in upcoming articles. Today’s post...

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Best Strategies for Selling Products Online in China

Sep 03

Best Strategies for Selling Products Online in China

How do you go about selling your products online directly to China’s consumers? Do you setup your own online store or plug into the existing China’s ecommerce ecosystem? In this post, I will attempt to shed some light on the available choices. First of all, some stats on the state of China’s ecommerce. Last year, China has become the largest...

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Infographic: China’s Online Shopper

Jul 02

Infographic: China’s Online Shopper

There hardly exist any other nation in the world that can compare to China in the speed with which it embraced ecommerce. More and more Chinese today shop exclusively online buying anything from clothes and food to furniture and cars. Alibaba, one of the most valuable tech. companies in the world, has been the principal driving force of this process. Its presence is...

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Should Your Company Sell on Tmall?

Jun 25

Should Your Company Sell on Tmall?

Tmall, formerly known as Taobao Mall, is the spin off of Taobao and is focused on B2C sales vs. Taobao’s C2C. It is operated by Alibaba, the famous Chinese internet giant and was designed as a platform to sell authentic branded goods to consumers in Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Tmall.com currently features more than 70,000 international and...

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