The additional features are meant to help small and medium-sized businesses compete with larger retailers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Thanks to live-streaming and free delivery, the Alibaba-owned retailer saw online business quadruple and revenue bounce back in May.
It aims to achieve more than 650 billion renminbi in revenue this year, indicating the speed of growth will slow down from 35 to 27.5 percent.
The ceo of one of Southeast Asia’s largest online platforms talks about coping with changes in demand and how he sees the market evolving.
With unprecedented levels of stock to liquidate and consumers tightening their wallets, the platform jumps into the off-price game.
The code, generated in Alibaba’s financial service application Alipay, tracks daily movements and maps out a clear web of human interactions.
China has emerged from the global coronavirus crisis as a crucial testing ground for new marketing initiatives and product launches.
Tmall recorded 12 million more daily orders in March, while the group introduced an initiative to help small and medium-sized enterprises.
Prada Group is activating a series of digital and physical campaigns to boost its sales in post-conovavirus China.
The group pledged to donate 1.25 million euros to a range of Italian hospitals.
Its Cainiao logistics arm is at less than 20 percent capacity due to a lack of workers and the firm anticipates a hit to retail.
The luxury e-commerce platform has had its sights on China.