Vipshop’s total net revenue for the second quarter of 2021 increased by 22.8% year over year to RMB29.6 billion (US$4.6 billion).
Vipshop (vip.com) News & Statistics
Vipshop (VIP.com), an NYSE-listed company under the symbol "VIPS", is China's leading online discount retailer for brands considered as the largest flash sale website.
Headquartered in Guangzhou city, Vipshop offers high quality and popular branded products to consumers throughout China through flash sales on its vipshop.com website and mobile apps at a significant discount to retail prices.
Since it was founded in August 2008, the Company has rapidly built a sizeable and growing base of customers and brand partners.
Vipshop is China's first profitable B2C online retailer. Its primary business strategy is to partner with popular and well-known brands by selling their excess inventory at discount prices. Vipshop has established a dominant leadership position in China’s online discount retail market.
Vipshop ranked the 421th in Fortune China 500 list in 2014, the fourth among China internet companies after Jingdong, Tencent, and Baidu.
Vipshop had 12.1 million registered members and over 1.7 million cumulative customers and promoted and sold products for over 1,900 popular domestic and international brands as of December 31, 2011.
For consumers, Vipshop provides a unique online shopping experience characterized by “thrill and excitement.” The “thrill and excitement” experience for consumers arises from their discovery of the high-quality items available for sale each day and being able to purchase them at a significant discount to retail prices.
For brands, it offers a channel to create new consumer demand for their products and services and the ability to monetize their inventory quickly without compromising their brand promise.
In China, the online retail B2C e-commerce grew by 28.4% to a US$226.38bn market in Q4 2018. Tmall took the lead, followed by JD, Suning, Vipshop, and Gome.
China’s cross-border import retail e-commerce market totaled US$12.14 billion in Q3 2018 with a negative growth of 16.2% quarter-on-quarter. The top platforms Tmall Global, NetEase Kaola kept expanding while both JD Worldwide and Vipshop Global saw a slight decline. China’s cross-border import retail e-commerce market reached 84.26 billion yuan (US$12.14 bn) in Q3 2018, a decline […]
The Double 11 rising on the popularity of China Singles’ Day (Nov 11) is growing bigger every year. Top e-commerce players all saw record-breaking sales on this very day. Sales on Tmall reached 10 billion yuan in 00:02:05, sales on NetEase Kaola exceeded 100 million yuan in 00:03:49, and GMV on Suning exceeded 100 million […]
In consumption, the gender lines are blurring these days. More female consumers in China like digital products and outdoor fitness equipment while more male tend to favor skincare and healthcare products. It’s trending among young consumers in China based on sales data from JD.com and Vipshop. Top Cosmetic & Skincare Products by Vipshop male buyers Proportion […]
The GMV of China’s online retail B2C market totaled 952.85 billion yuan (US$148.18 billion) in Q1 2018, up by 32.2% from Q1 2017. In Q1 2018, Tmall GMV up by 41.2% over Q1 2017, taking the largest market share of 59.6% in China’s retail e-commerce sales. JD.com was next with a share of 25.3% and GMV […]
China online retail market totaled 1,974.59 billion yuan (US$311.69 billion) with an increase of 41% YoY in Q4 2017 according to data from Analysis. China’s B2C online retail market reached 1,189.35 billion yuan (US$187.74 billion) with an increase of 43.2%.
China online retail market totaled 1.8 trillion yuan (US$271 billion) in Q3 2017 with a growth rate of 38.7% YoY according to data from Analysis. The online B2C market reached 985.44 billion yuan (US$148.56 bn) with an increase of 39.1% YoY. The total transactions on Tmall grew by 47% YoY in Q3 2017 or 7.4% QoQ, […]
China’s B2C apparel market reached 307.74 billion yuan (US$46.37 bn) in Q2 2017 with an increase of 47.3%.
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 […]
The online retail market in China reached 1.59 trillion yuan (US$244.6 billion) in the second quarter of 2017 (up 31.2% over Q2 2016), with B2C sales accounting for 860.5 billion yuan (US$132.4 billion), an increase of 32% over the second quarter of 2016.
Part 2 of 2 in CIW’s report on cross-border e-commerce in China (Part 1). The retail cross-border e-commerce segment makes up a significant fraction of the cross-border e-commerce market, with its 3.05 trillion yuan (US$ 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 […]
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 total transactions of China cross-border e-commerce market reached 6.3 trillion yuan (US$920 billion) in 2016, including retail and B2B according to a Chinese research company iiMedia. And, it’s expected to reach 8.8 trillion yuan (US$1.28 trillion) in 2018.