ecommerce in China
Here are the top 5 hacks to help you navigate the sourcing of products more effectively via Alibaba.
Hundreds of millions of people in China jump onto the web and buy billions of dollars worth of stuff. This comic explains what's going on.
Today, when people think of November 11 in China, they think of massive sales. But it used to be celebrated in a very different way. What changed?
While China's economy has struggled and slowed down over the summer, the country's ecommerce growth looks set to remain strong.
A quick guide to selling on WeChat, China's most popular chat app.
Chinese ecommerce giant JD – Alibaba’s closest rival in the country – this afternoon showed off one-click-to-buy smart buttons of its own.
For this year’s 24-hour sales bonanza, China’s ecommerce leader wants brick-and-mortar stores to join in the action.
China now has 668 million active internet users, but that's not growing much. All the spectacular growth is now in mobile.
The Alibaba-Suning deal is about online as well as offline partnerships - and it could mean two-hour delivery times for Alibaba's shoppers.
The new estore is designed to take on Alibaba’s ecommerce dominance, with a focus on helping people buy local products and services.
Online store Jiuxian, China’s top wine and beer ecommerce startup, this week revealed it has secured RMB 500 million (US$80 million) in series G funding.
In China, online shopping done on smartphones and tablets will reach US$334 billion in 2015 – a record high 49.7 percent of total ecommerce expenditure.
It means that users of Alipay, which is China's top mobile wallet app, can now find local services like fresh flowers or food delivery inside the app.
Alibaba revealed this morning that it has invested an undisclosed sum into Chinese flash sales site Glamour Sales, which is also known as Mei.com.
Ecommerce titan Alibaba is forming a RMB 6 billion (US$970 million) joint venture company to focus on web-connected on-demand services, such as food delivery.
Once again, Amazon is slower than Alibaba and its many Chinese rivals.
Latest earnings show steady growth for China's same-day delivery ecommerce player.