Four segments of China’s outbound travelers are worth noting: high-income group, the backpackers, generation Z, and female outbound travelers. High-income Group: Experience Focused This segment of outbound travelers is mostly male (69%), married, and backbones in their companies. Post-80s accounted for 55%. Married users account for 84.1%; 75.3% have children according to data from iResearch. […]
Kantar Worldpanel China reported strong growth in the Chinese beauty market, with skincare and makeup categories increasing 13% and 17% respectively during 2018, outperforming total FMCG. 1. Most-Chosen Brands Pechoin (百雀羚), which is the only local brand that is chosen more than 100 million times, maintained its leadership position in the Chinese skincare market for […]
There are five trends of China’s post-90s and post-95s consumers’ consumption on Tmall Global. They care very much about their appearances and spend a lot on skincare; they expect tasty health supplement; and, they like overseas street fashion, smart home, pet companion. They couldn’t care less about facial skincare Post-90s and post-95s consumers are willing […]
Alibaba expects international and domestic cosmetics brands to open 1,000 stores this year on its Tmall platform to meet demand from Chinese consumers. Seven international cosmetics companies, Tom Ford, Glamglow, P&G’s new beauty line Oriental Therapy, Cosme and d-program from Japan, Primera from Korea and Barnängen from Sweden, have signed agreements to launch flagship stores […]
Advertising industry’s failure to portray and target women well impacts the effectiveness of individual adverts and campaigns. Male-skewed brands are missing out on an average of US$9 billion in brand valuation in the US, UK, and China. The vast majority (88%) of APAC marketers think they are doing a good job of portraying women as positive role […]
China has grown to be one of the biggest markets for fashion where female consumers are a significant force. There are over 80 thousand SKUs of cosmetics products, which makes it harder for consumers to pick up the most suitable products by themselves. In that regard, content recommendation becomes popular with Weitao (part of mobile […]
Post-90s was the main force of Chinese Haitao users while post-80s held the strongest per capita consumption power. Surprisingly, post-95s attracted extensive attention as its expenditure on overseas products growing at 80% year-on-year. Every 7 out of 10 Haitao users turned out to be females. The top 3 countries selling to China were America, Japan, […]
The Chinese government announced on May 30 that it will significantly lower import tariff on many consumer goods. Among them, the average tariff rate for detergents, cosmetics such as skin care and hair care products, and some medicine and health products will be cut from 8.4% to 2.9%.
GSMA has a very exciting programme lined up for Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018. While showcasing the latest developments in mobile, this year’s event will offer attendees a wide range of experiences through the conference, the exhibition and specialized programmes such as Women4Tech, 4YFN and beyond.
Chinese consumer demands, lifestyle, and behavior and attitude have changed greatly following the demographic structure and society evolutions as well as the three emerging forces in China’s consumer market, leading to more and more new particular consumer segments in China. Social changes of national consumption age hasten new consumer segments such as “urban fashion men” […]
Retail sales in China’s skincare and cosmetics products market will grow at an average annual rate of 12.8% from 2016 to 2019, much higher than the global average of 6.0%, and will top RMB 287 billion (USD 44 billion) in 2019 according to Euromonitor International.
Both traditional retail brands and start-ups are striving to convert consumers’ interests into a sustainable business in 2016. Customers want to see and experience the world at all times. China is entering “she-economy”. More people are realizing the importance of healthy lifestyle according to Mintel.
Tourism-related consumption in China in H1 2015 totaled 1.65 trillion yuan (US$0.26 trillion), an increase of 14.5% YoY with over 2 billion person-trips. 61.9 million Chinese traveled abroad in H1 2015, an increase of 16.11% YoY.
45% of respondents purchased most of their luxury goods online according to a research conducted by KPMG. The respondents showed little concern for making online purchase of products under RMB 4,200, an increase of 121% (RMB 1,900) compared to the research in 2014.
From January to March in 2015, 60.97% China internet users visited female fashion websites directly. Male visitors accounted for 59.21% and visitors who are between 30 years old and 40 years old represented 42.5% according to Baidu’s research.