Tmall Global platform covers 68 countries, 3,700 categories of products, and 16,400 brands. On Double 11 2017, Tmall Global accounted for about 70% of total cross-border retail e-commerce sales in China. Guangdong is the top province by the total number of Tmall Global users in China, followed by Henan & Anhui. Top 5 product export […]
The transaction value of China’s cross-border retail e-commerce reached 105.18 billion yuan( US$16.53 billion), up 28.9% quarter-on-quarter in Q4 2017. Tmall Global continued to lead the market with a market share of 27.6%, followed by NetEase Kaola (20.5%) and JD Global (13.8%). Amazon Global saw its share rise. Big e-commerce campaigns like Double 11, Black Friday, […]
Tmall Global plans to open six new procurement centers across the world to help overseas vendors capture Chinese consumers’ booming appetite for newer and better imported goods according to Alizila. The centers will be established in Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong, as well as in the regions of North America, Europe and Oceania.
According to eBrun, the 2017 annual report from Kuajingtong recorded the current business revenue of RMB 14 billion (US$2.2 billion), showing an increase of 63.99% as compared to previous year.
China’s cross-border online buyers consider quality the most important standard when shopping online for imported goods according to Amazon China’s “Cross-border Online Shopping Trends” report. Personalized consumption is now driving cross-border e-commerce. And, paid memberships are a new growth point for cross-border e-commerce platforms. This report is mainly based on Amazon’s own data regarding the […]
With “Black Friday” falling just two weeks after this year’s 11.11 promotions, it was probably inevitable that consumer fatigue and diminished enthusiasm (not to mention diminished wallets) would sap the strength of the latter. Though cross-border e-commerce platforms introduced various discounts and promotions in the week leading up to Black Friday, most of them failed […]
eBay is well-known in China as a platform for exporters seeking to sell Chinese-manufactured goods abroad, but it’s easy to overlook the fact that it has another “hidden” role as an importer.
Before every Double 11 and Black Friday sales, Amazon China always has some big plans up their sleeves without fail. According to Analysys International report, China’s import online retail market reached 93.82 billion yuan (US$14.16 billion) in the first quarter of 2017, reflecting a 17.6% increase as compared to previous years. On 16 October, Amazon […]
Cross-border e-commerce has increasingly become a mainstream way for Chinese consumers to access imported goods without traveling abroad or paying large markups at domestic supermarkets. Over the past few quarters, it has shown explosive growth, led by JD Worldwide, Tmall Global, and specialty platform Netease Kaola. China’s cross-border e-commerce retail market reached 81.57 billion yuan […]
Part 2 of 2 in CIW’s report on cross-border e-commerce in China (Part 1). The retail cross-border e-commerce segment makes up a significant fraction of the cross-border e-commerce market, with its 3.05 trillion yuan (US$ 457 billion) revenue accounting for 48.5% of 2016’s total 6.3 trillion yuan (US$944.5 billion) of China’s cross-border e-commerce market. Thus far in […]
E-commerce enterprises in China have taken an increasing role spearheading cross-border commerce in goods and services between China and other nations. As consumers within the country have become more affluent, some enterprises have begun importing increasing amounts of high-quality consumer goods from abroad while others provide platforms for importers to sell goods B2C and C2C. […]
Cross-border retail e-commerce in Xiamen, a sub-provincial city in southeastern Fujian, China, beside the Taiwan Strait, is growing rapidly at Xiamen Free Trade Zone in the first half year of 2017. The imported parcels (including personal express, cross-border direct purchase products) grew to 1.08 million pieces worth 180 million yuan in the first six months of 2017 […]
Kaola.com is one of the top cross-border retail e-commerce platforms in China, set up by NetEase in 2015. It’s the top cross-border retail platform based on total GMV in 2016, according to iiMedia.
In the first quarter of 2017, the total sales in China at Amazon’s overseas stores were 11 times as much as the same period two years ago.
With the fast growth of cross-border retail e-commerce market and the increasing consumption strength in China, the Australian natural health brand Swisse announced its official entry into this market on 8 April 2017.