AliExpress, Alibaba Group’s export e-commerce platform, announced last week that it will empower over 100,000 content creators and influencers worldwide to bring new jobs and help them generate incomes to recover from the global economic downturn caused by COVID-19.
Founded in 2010, AliExpress.com is Alibaba's export cross-border e-commerce platform with users from over 230 countries and regions, with 60 million active buyers during the past 12 months. Its daily visitors are over 20 million.
AliExpress platform is localized for buyers from all over the world in 18 languages. It has over 150 million active buyers with over 200 million visits.
Different from Taobao, more than 70% of buyers on the AliExpress platform place orders directly and pay attention to the details of the product information and the description of the supporting services will help improve the order conversion rate of buyers.
Annual active consumers on Alibaba’s China retail marketplaces reached 711 million, an increase of 18 million from the 12-month period ended in Q3 2019. Mobile MAUs on its China retail marketplaces reached 824 million in December 2019, an increase of 39 million over September 2019.
Tmall Double 11 global shopping festival 2018 is expected to double its sales value in the UK, according to the e-commerce delivery firm ParcelHero.
AliExpress, Alibaba’s cross-border online retail platform, reached an accumulated 150 million overseas buyers, with a 50 million newly added users since April 2017. Meanwhile, its monthly visits exceed 200 million on the site worldwide.
The transactions of cross-border e-commerce in China reached US$1.22 trillion in 2017, with an increase of 20% from 2016 (US$1.01 trillion). The transactions of export e-commerce totaled US$0.84 trillion in 2016, up 22.49% from last year, and reached US$0.42 trillion in the first half year of 2017. The transactions of cross-border e-commerce in China is estimated […]
Alibaba saw the revenue growth of 61% in Q3 2017 to 55,122 million yuan (US$8,285 million) and generated US$3.4 billion in non-GAAP free cash flow.
Alibaba Group reported total revenue of RMB50,184 million (US$7,403 million) for Q2 2017, an increase of 56% year-over-year. Tmall recorded 49% year-over-year growth for physical goods GMV.
Alibaba reported revenue growth of 60%, the highest growth rate since its IPO. They also reported very strong fiscal year revenue growth of 56% with annual non-GAAP free cash flow of approximately US$10 billion.
A girl from Chile bought her father a watch as a gift at US$41.01 from Alibaba’s retail platform AliExpress on 10 April 2017. What she did not know is that she is recorded by Alibaba as the 100 millionth customer.
Chinese websites accounted for 52% of total cross-border trading e-commerce transactions in Russia in 2016 according to Russia E-Commerce Association.
A total number of more than 60 China’s e-commerce websites entered Russia in 2015 including AliExpress, Jingdong, TradeEase and other start-ups according to Yandex.
Alibaba Group’s revenue for the quarter ended September 30, 2014 was RMB16,829 million (US$2,742 million), an increase of 53.7% compared to RMB10,950 million in the same quarter of 2013. The increase was mainly driven by Alibaba online retail business in China (75.9%).
Alibaba Group, China’s e-commerce giant, profit tripled to $2 billion in Q2 2014, and it is raising $21 billion in an IPO and here are six videos helping you have a better understanding of its marketplaces.