E-commerce China, jomeyo

The three cores of the Cross-Border Electronic Commerce

Cross-border e-commerce in early blue ocean market,which many people earn a large sum of money.With the development of the Cross-Border Electronic Commerce,the blue ocean market is not as easy as it was, and even some industry are turning to the red sea. Here, I will share something about Lost and Found. The analysis of the Jomeyo There are… Continue reading The three cores of the Cross-Border Electronic Commerce

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E-commerce China, jomeyo

The Double Eleventh Day

The big screen froze on the number of 120.7 billion yuan ,the people there were laud cheers for the great number on twelve o’clock sharp,November 11th ,2016. On that day,The large volumes of Tmall stores has achieved more than 120.7 billion yuan,which creates the new record of e-commerce history. Alibaba finally become the biggest winner of The Double… Continue reading The Double Eleventh Day

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China’s E-Commerce Addiction Has Serious Market Potential

" I am admittedly an Amazon shopping addict, so it was interesting to have a long conversation recently with Chinese colleagues in Nanning about their own growing addictions to online shopping. They are big fans of Taobao, although they also use other e-commerce sites likeJD.com and Suning.com. My colleagues are representative of a larger trend of… Continue reading China’s E-Commerce Addiction Has Serious Market Potential

E-commerce China

Big data assists in fighting knockoffs

E-commerce powerhouse Alibaba said big data technologies have helped it detect more than 61,000 individuals or groups suspected of operating shops that sell counterfeit goods on Taobao, its online shopping portal. In addition, it has detected 1,640 factories that produce fake goods and supply them to online dealers, Zheng Junfang, Alibaba's chief platform governance officer,… Continue reading Big data assists in fighting knockoffs

E-commerce China

New Channel to Sell Australian Products in China

The Australian Brands Alliance – a group that represents various Australian companies – has announced plans to launch Ausmart stores in major cities in China this year. The store will act as a portal through which Australian local brands will be able to deliver to Chinese customers, allowing them to enjoy thousands of Australian products.