China is a world leader when it comes to social commerce. Here, JD.com's Joey Bian outlines how cosmetic giant SK-II blended data from two of China's biggest ecommerce and social sites to improve both brand perception and ROI.
On September 9, Alibaba will add a 24-hour wine and spirit online shopping spree to its existing stable of popular consumer festivals. The new event has been dubbed Jiu Jiu and is being launched on the company's popular B2C ecommerce marketplace Tmall.
Tech-enhanced customer experiences have always had a very receptive audience in China, and as a result, VR technologies are being widely embraced by both brands and platforms.
Verizon has agreed to acquire Yahoo's operating business in a $4.8 billion cash deal, sealing the fate of one of the internet's pioneering giants.
In addition to being the world's largest ecommerce market, China is rapidly establishing itself as a hub for technological innovation around mobile social commerce, omnichannel marketing and virtual reality.
How can brands stand out on Alibaba's cluttered e-commerce market places? Rex Cheuk, business development director for Hong Kong, Macau & Southeast Asia, Tmall Global HK, shares his tips for B2C ecommerce marketing into China.
For those looking at career opportunities in Asia's booming ecommerce sector, keeping up to date is key as the industry evolves and develops with regional specific nuances.
Since 2011, Google and Apple have been competing to be the most valuable, according to Millward Brown Digital's annual report. This year, Google is back on top.
PwC is forecasting 2017 as a turning point for the retail and consumer products sector in China and Hong Kong, as the industry grapples with the disruptive pressures of a slowing Chinese economy, the rise of a new demographic of shoppers and a growing online ecosystem.
This week, venture capitalist Mary Meeker released her annual Internet Trends report, and China was a key focus.