Chinese e-commerce

Giuseppe Zanotti "The Unfinished" sneaker

Retail

Exclusive: Giuseppe Zanotti to Unveil E-store in China

The online shopping destination carrying women’s and men’s styles is slated to go live on June 1.

clock May 31, 2018Martino Carrera

Mobile shopping.

Business Features

As Chinese E-commerce Booms, Retailers Fret Over Succeeding in Market

Twenty percent of survey respondents feel they do an adequate job of selling into the market.

clock May 14, 2018Arthur Zaczkiewicz

A Welden handbag.

Handbags

Welden Taps Into Chinese Market Via Taobao ‘Live-streaming’ Platform

The handbag brand can reach 40,000 Chinese shoppers at a time.

clock May 2, 2018WWD Staff

Jessica Liu, Tmall's president of fashion and luxury, speaks at a forum in Shanghai.

Business Features

Chinese E-commerce Giants Make More Luxury Moves

Big data and online to off-line initiatives are being used by Alibaba and JD.com to attract luxury partners to their respective platforms.

clock April 13, 2018Casey Hall

Mainland Chinese tourists at Disneyland.

Business Features

Think Tank: Five Ways for Brands and Retailers to Attract Chinese Tourists

As the Chinese New Year approaches, Souheil Badran, president of Alipay North America, explains tactics to lure customers to your store or brand.

clock February 14, 2018Souheil Badran

Alibaba

Marketing and Promotion

Lenovo, Huawei Top List of Leading Chinese Brands

Kantar Millward Brown reviewed Chinese brands that are making waves in the global market.

clock February 7, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik

Becky Li, one of China's most famous fashion bloggers, has launched a mini-program through WeChat to sell her own line of clothing.

Technology

WeChat Influencers Crack Sales Code

WeChat mini-programs are making it possible for influencers to open their own, highly lucrative, e-commerce operations on China’s biggest social media platform.

clock February 1, 2018Casey Hall

Daniel Zhan Daniel Zhang, CEO of Alibaba Group speaks on the "Singles' Day" global online shopping festival in Shenzhen, southern China's Guangdong province . In a bright spot for China's cooling economy, online shoppers spent billions of dollars Friday on "Singles' Day," a quirky holiday that has grown into the world's busiest day for e-commerceChina Singles' Day, Shenzhen, China - 11 Nov 2016

Technology

Alibaba’s Q3 Growth Leads to Upward Revision in Full-Year Revenue Expectations

Revenue for the quarter was up 56 percent year-over-year.

clock February 1, 2018Casey Hall

chinese shoppers

Marketing and Promotion

Cheetah Mobile, Hypr Link to Attract Chinese Influencers

The influencer platform will aim to connect North American brands with cross-border social players.

clock January 31, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik

chinese shoppers

Marketing and Promotion

More Than 80 Percent of Chinese Consumers Shop on Mobile

The region is a largely untapped frontier for retailers and brands searching for new revenue channels.

clock January 24, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik

A screenshot from the homepage of luxury e-commerce platform Secoo.com

Technology

Chinese Research Confirms Positive Luxury E-commerce Trends

Millennial Chinese consumers are willing, and able, to buy an increasing amount of luxury products online.

clock December 7, 2017Casey Hall

Baidu's Charly Cai talks artificial intelligence at the Luxury Society Keynote in Shanghai.

Technology

China’s Top Tech Companies Talk Innovation for Luxury Brands

The third annual Luxury Society Keynote covered Millennials, artificial intelligence and advertising on WeChat.

clock November 30, 2017Casey Hall

Final sales results flash up on the big screen at an Alibaba Singles Day event in Shanghai.

Business Features

Alibaba’s Singles’ Day Sales Top $25B

China’s e-commerce consumers once again shattered sales records during the world’s largest shopping festival.

clock November 11, 2017Casey Hall

Executive chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma.

Financial

Alibaba Q2 Results Continue to Surprise

The company reported its fastest pace of sales since a record IPO in 2014.

clock November 2, 2017Casey Hall

Business Features

Intertextile and Chic Fairs See Growing Desire for Quality, Sustainability in China

An increase in the quality of domestic buyers and a desire for European brands were major talking points amongst participants.

clock October 24, 2017Casey Hall

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