75% of Chinese families’ consumption is decided by women and their influence is extended to internet and mobile internet. In 2012, purchase by female Internet users accounted for 50% of total online shopping transaction value ($1,324.28 billion). They accounted for over 60% of total users on comprehensive goods e-commerce platform, and 80%-90% on cosmetics e-commerce platform, […]
Hurun released the richest Chinese women list this week. The list shows there are 50 Chinese richest women who each has assets worth over RMB 5 billion ($0.81 billion) and 70% of them are self-made and 30% inherited wealth from their families.
We all know total sales on Taobao and Tmall are huge, which is why so many international merchants want to launch their online store on Tmall; but how much monthly sales can they expect? Here are some data showing top brands on Taobao (including Tmall data) in the five categories with the sales revenue: bags […]
Chinese fashion websites average daily reach is 12.418 million from 23 Jun 2014 to 29 Jun 2014, according to iResearch data, dominated by China’s local fashion sites.
Do you know that some Chinese who stay up late tend to buy before they sleep; three peak period for women clothing purchase; moms’ mobile shopping starts from midnight; the middle aged often buy collectibles in the afternoon… I created this infographic based on recently released data from Taobao so that you can get an […]
Before March 8 in 2014, the International Women’s Day, Qunar conducted an online survey of female travel enthusiasts. Post-80s accounted for over 56% of respondents. In terms of travel frequency, 41% of respondent chose 1-2 times inbound travel and 1-2 times outbound travel; about 15% said they “quite enjoy traveling”, and would travel for 3-5 […]
Video sharing is very popular on social media; it’s the same in China. Top 10 video websites take up 93.8% of the total video sharing on Weibo.
The proportion of educated women in BRIC countries who reported in a survey that they are “very ambitious” is 59%, 63%, 85% and 65% respectively, compared with 36% in the United States. The numbers of women who aspire to the top jobs in companies is similarly high in those countries. Source: Source: Winning the War […]