In China, 71.7% of mobile devices had shopping apps installed. Mobile Taobao has the highest install penetration of 52.5%. The 7-day user retention of new users is 77.3% for Pinduoduo, 75.2% for Mogujie, and 75% for Tmall. Online shopping consumption accounts for 21.9% of total household expenditure. Mobile Shopping Market Overview The number of users who shop […]
China’s mobile internet saw slower growth of 48.8% in transactions to 8,229.88 billion yuan (US$1,267.10 bn) in 2017. And, it’s expected to reach 11,432 billion yuan in 2018 and exceed 19 trillion yuan in 2020. Check out some forecast into various mobile internet segments from 2018 to 2020, including shopping, payment, advertising, travel, and etc. […]
Chinese consumers have high expectations for more comfortable and individualized mobile shopping experiences. Most of them are willing to pay more for goods or service with the better shopping experience. Mobile payment application will play a role in better mobile shopping experience for the emerging economy, according to Worldpay. 62% of Chinese are willing to […]
The total GMV of China’s online shopping market totaled 6.1 trillion yuan (US$953 billion) in 2017, rising 29.6% from a year earlier and showing a pick-up in growth, according to the latest data from iResearch. China’s B2C online shopping market totaled 3.6 trillion yuan in 2017 accounting for 60% of the overall online shopping market […]
China’s online shopping GMV totaled 6.1 trillion yuan (US$953 billion) in 2017, rising 29.6% from a year earlier, showing a pick-up in growth, according to the latest report from iResearch.
China mobile shopping market totaled 1,279.42 billion yuan with an increase of 45.9% in the second quarter of 2017 according to data from Analysis. Mobile accounted for 80.4% of total online shopping transactions in Q2 2017. Tmall continued to dominate China’s mobile shopping market with 65.2% market share, followed by JD (19.5%) and Vipshop. The […]
China’s online retail market totaled US$198.12 billion in the first quarter of 2017 with an increase of 27.6% YoY according to data from Analysis; B2C segment accounts for over 53%, led by Tmall (55.8%). Mobile continued its strong growth of 38.8% in China’s online shopping market, dominated by Tmall and Taobao (80.5%).
The total transactions of China’s online shopping market totaled 4.7 trillion yuan (US$680 bn) in 2016 with an increase of 23.9%; and, it’s estimated to reach 7.3 trillion yuan (US$1.06 trillion) in 2019. Tmall dominates China’s B2C online shopping market with over 56% market share.
The monthly active users of China mobile internet exceeded one billion units devices in 2016 according to QuestMobile.
Total transaction value of China online shopping market reached 1.15 trillion yuan (US$166.85 billion) in Q3 2016, up 23.6% YoY or 2.6% QoQ, according to data from iResearch.
China’s mobile internet market reached RMB 197.22 billion (USD 29 billion) in Q2 2016, an increase of 113% YoY or 22.7% QoQ according to iResearch.
Nearly 60% of Chinese respondents said they used their mobile devices in-store to check and compare prices according to a study by JDA and Centiro.
China’s online shopping market transactions totaled RMB 1,117.8 billion (USD 167.51 billion) in the second quarter of 2016 with a growth rate of 27.6% YoY or 14.9% QoQ according to iResearch.
Chinese online shoppers can be categorized into six types, the frequent women shoppers, the quality-conscience men shoppers, the young shoppers, the middle-age shoppers, the high-income shoppers, and the practical shoppers.
JD.com GMV for the first quarter of 2016 increased by 55% YoY to RMB129.3 billion (US$120.1 billion); and, its net revenues were RMB54.0 billion (US$8.4 billion), an increase of 47.3% YoY according to its unaudited financial results.