This is the first part of a three-part series on e-commerce companies’ exploration and collaboration with the manufacturing industry. You can download the full eBook here. E-commerce factory is the collaboration of the manufacturing industry and the internet. Under the circumstances of retail sector being depressed while the traffic of e-commerce reaching the peak, the […]
Netease News and Statistics
Netease is one of China's leading Internet and online game services providers, who primarily runs three business segments: online and mobile games, advertising services and e-commerce businesses. And, online and mobile gaming brings most revenue for Netease.
Netease operates 163.com, a popular web portal in China.
Netease is actively building a formidable portfolio of mobile offerings with leading mobile applications, social communication services and games to address China’s rapidly growing mobile culture.
YiChat (Yixin), a mobile instant messenger, is Netease's strategic joint venture with China Telecom; NetEase Mobile News is the number one mobile news application by time spent according to iResearch; EaseRead: a cross-platform online reader application; NetEase Cloud Music: SNS app to discover and share music.
Youdao, owned by Netease, also provides mobile Internet applications with big data technology.
Youdao Dictionary is the leading online dictionary and translation service in China; cloud storage service “Youdao Cloudnote” contains unique handwritten Chinese note-taking function and fully integrated mobile features.
Netease net revenues and net income attributable to the company’s shareholders increased by 15% and 46% year-over-year in the second quarter of 2019, according to its announced financial results.
The roughly 3-year-old NetEast Yanxuan co-branded with Watsons to form a sub-brand as a brick-and-mortar retail store featured with life aesthetics. It launched in Pazhou Poly Plaza, Guangzhou on January 19, 2019. Yanxuan, one of NetEase’s e-commerce platform, focuses on select daily living products since 2016. It’s the first on the original design manufacturer (ODM) model. […]
China’s online gaming market decreased by 10.8% YoY to US$8.29 billion in Q2 2018. Mobile games accounted for 65.1%. Tencent is the biggest player with a share of 53.17%.
The age distribution of e-commerce users and short video users in China is quite similar. Users age 25 to 35 take the largest share. Such similarity makes it possible for short video marketing to promote e-commerce sales. Short video users have something in common: young, pursuit high-quality lifestyle, want to play and look pretty, love […]
NetEase rose to the second place right after Tencent in November 2017 by total number of iOS app downloads with two mobile games, Knives Out and Rules of Survival according to App Annie.
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. […]
Premium quality products are becoming increasingly popular in China, and more and more e-commerce companies are turning its focus from low prices to high quality including Netease Yanxuan, Mijia Youpin (Xiaomi), Biyao, and Tmall (Taobao Xinxuan).
Tencent is the number one public company ($10.2 bn) in the world by game revenues in 2016, followed by Sony ($7.88 bn) according to Newzoo. Another Chinese company Netease also made it to the top 10 ($4.2 bn) whose revenues grew by over 50%.
China online gaming market reached 177 billion yuan (US$25.7 bn) in 2016 and is estimated to grow to exceed 232 billion yuan (US$33.69 bn) in 2019 according to data from iResearch.
Online videos became mainstream media for online learning in China in 2016 with Netease leading in online learning market in China according to a recent survey conducted by Netease and Guokr.
Each year Forbes Fabulous 50 list identifies the corporate stars of the Asia-Pacific region. Alibaba is named the most valuable company on this list this year, followed by Tencent.
The total value of the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands has risen 13% to $525.6bn in the last year despite China’s slowing economic growth, according to the sixth annual ranking announced today by WPP and Millward Brown.
In 2014, the total value by revenue of China internet market was RMB637.73 billion (US$104.15 billion) with 74.4% in revenue via PC. Alibaba’s market value exceeded RMB253.41 billion (US$41.38 billion), ranking top among all China internet companies in 2014, followed by Tencent and Baidu according to data of iResearch.
Netease completed 2014 with a 42.5% YoY increase in Q4 revenues, led by a 35.7% increase in online game services, a 22.7% increase in advertising services and a 224.2% increase from Netease expanding e-mail, e-commerce and others business.