It’s due to the strengthening of public pressure and anti-corruption that expensive watches become the fuse of the downfall of officials. As a result, the market of high-end menswear and watches is declining.
When it comes to new products, are you willing to be the first buyer or you prefer to wait and see? Nielsen has recently done a survey and the result obviously shows various opinions of Chinese consumers when a new product is launched in the market.
PC: Time spent on video watching, instant massaging and game playing occupies the majority of the online users’ time Smart phone: Instant messaging tools are used by almost all the smart phone users iPad: iPad has already become a perfect choice for entertainment such as watching videos and playing games.
61.7 % of 16 million post-90s surf the Internet everyday, which accounts for 13% of the total number of China Internet users. About half of China post-90s generation use internet more than four times per day; over 40% of them surf internet through mobile devices.
According to market conditions of various media, the advertising growth in the first quarter of 2013 was mainly due to the good performance of TV. Spend in many traditional media was declining with magazines bearing the biggest drop. However, TV had a slight increase in this quarter.
The total turnover of groupon like daily deal sites in China has reached CNY 6.67 billion in the first quarter of 2013, up by 14.8% compared with the previous quarter. Moreover, monthly sales in March reached a record amount of CNY 2.34 billion.
In the respect of the development of small and medium-sized B2B enterprises, the international need is declining and the growth of total revenue is slowing. However, with the trend of foreign trade market turning better and more and more beneficial policies releasing, China SME B2B business had a better quarter in Q1, 2013.
According to iResearch, China mobile shopping has been developing at a rapid speed since the first quarter of 2011. Moreover, the first quarter in 2012 had reached the peak during last two years. Insiders analyze that the fast development of mobile shopping is due to the fast adoption of smartphones in China.
The number of China mobile netizen in 2008 was only a little over 73 million, taking up only 28.9% of the total netizens in China. However, it has grown at a surprising speed, reaching 419.64 million in December, 2012; that is over three quarters of the total China Internet users. It’s estimated that it will […]
Sun Peilin, an analyst in EnfoDesk recently pointed out that the market size of Chinese mobile internet reached 158.8 billion yuan by the end of 2012, with 750 billion users.
According to the data from comScore, Letv’s number of unique viewers in February is about 100 million, making it the third largets video network behind Youku and Tencent.
Zhou Hongyi, the CEO of Qihoo 360, had ever said that Jack Ma, CEO of Tencent, has successfully got the first ticket on the train of China mobile internet. However, Ma added that it was just a standing-only one. Well, who is the most promising on mobile internet in China?