Alibaba’s B2B retail platform Ling Shou Tong has reached 1.3 million mom-and-pop stores as of August 2019 according to Lin Xiaohai, the Vice President of Alibaba Group and General Manager of the Ling Shou Tong division. That means that one out of six stores in the country is a Ling Shou Tong (LST) customer. According […]
China B2B Market Trends & Insights
Transactions of China’s cross-border e-commerce exceeded US$654 billion in H1 2018. The export business accounted for 77.1% while B2B took 84.6% in shares by transactions. Transactions of cross-border e-commerce totaled 4.5 trillion yuan (US$654.08 bn) in the first half of 2018 (H1 2018), up by 25% year-on-year. The export business accounted for 77.1% of the total cross-border […]
The transactions and revenues of China’s B2B e-commerce totaled US$1.63 trillion and US$3.71 billion in the first half of 2018, respectively. Alibaba.com, HC360.com, and Cogobuy were top three leading B2B platforms. The transactions of B2B e-commerce reached 11.2 trillion yuan (US$1.63 trillion) in the first half of 2018, with an increase of 14.2% compared with 9.8 […]
Alibaba.com, committed to helping SMEs to export and expand overseas market, has already become the biggest international trading platform. This platform has over 1,000 active overseas buyers and receives near 300 thousand inquiry orders every day. Alibaba.com app saw a year-on-year increase of 52% in active buyers and 269% in DAU. The number of exports […]
The transactions of B2B E-Commerce market in China reached 20.5 trillion yuan (US$3.07 trillion) in 2017, an increase of 22.75% year-on-year. The total revenues of B2B market in China reached US$5.24 billion, led by Alibaba and HC360. B2B E-Commerce revenues went up by 34.6% year-on-year to 35 billion yuan (US$5.24 bn) in 2017. Within this market, […]
E-commerce in China has assumed a more prominent role within the country’s economy than is the norm in Western countries; it controls a much larger portion of consumer spending than in the United States or Europe and accounts for a larger portion of GDP. It has also entered into the B2B sector in force in […]
SME B2B e-commerce market totaled 23.6 billion yuan in 2016, representing close to half of total e-commerce market in China. Alibaba has close to 50% market share in 2016.
China FMCG online B2B market, targeting traditional trade retail stores, will grow to 330 billion yuan (US$48 bn) in 2018 from 40 billion yuan in 2016 according to Kantar Retail.
Total revenues of China’s SME B2B e-commerce market reached RMB 5.79 billion (USD 870 million) in Q2 2016, an increase of 14.4% YoY or 6.8% QoQ according to iResearch.
China B2B e-commerce market reached 5.48 billion yuan in Q1 2015 and 6.39 billion yuan in Q4 2015 according to Analysis.
Tencent officially launched Enterprise WeChat/Weixin this morning, positions as a tool for office communications and collaborations.
The total revenues of China B2B e-commerce market reached 6.39 billion yuan in Q4 2015, an increase of 7.9% QoQ according to Analysis.
Overseas new users increased rapidly on Alibaba.com in 2015, particularly in Europe, America, and the Middle East. Domestic merchants on 1688.com spent much time online and CXT users spent 47 hours on average in receiving their first orders in 2015 according to Alibaba. Alibaba is predicted to keep growth in sales and users in 2016.
China e-commerce market is expected to reach 16.2 trillion yuan (US$2.53 trillion) in 2015, of which business online purchase will account for about 80% or 12.9 trillion yuan (US$2.01 trillion) according to CCID Consulting. Jingdong had 39.4% market share of self-serving business purchase vertical in the first half of 2015.
China’s top 4 B2C websites, JD, Jumei, Dangdang and Vipshop announced financial reports in Q2 2015, JD further inproved its business scale while suffering from greater losses. Jingdong lost over 1.8 billion yuan in the past year.