Global E-Commerce: China’s Jingdong Steps Out
Jingdong, China’s second-largest business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce site, recently went global. It debuted its English-language.
| Aug. 26 2013
Jingdong leads the e-commerce charge in China
Jingdong (JD.com, which was formerly known as 360buy.com) began as a brick and mortar electronics retail company in.
| Aug. 23 2013
Logistics revolution in China: Will delivery companies deliver?
China’s logistics sector owes its rapid growth to the country’s e-commerce boom, but can it keep pace.
| Jun. 24 2013
China’s E-Commerce Companies Go Global
Can China’s e-commerce companies like Jingdong Mall and VANCL replicate their success in international markets? Just a few.
| Jun. 3 2013
China’s E-commerce Consumers Wise-Up
Increasingly sophisticated online consumers are pushing China’s cyber retailers to the next level Just as clever marketers have whittled.
| Apr. 25 2013
Digital Promised Land: Retailers Look to E-Commerce to Succeed in China
Can Western retail brands make it big in China’s e-market? In September 2012, The Home Depot announced that.
| Apr. 15 2013
Invisible Hand Revealed: Games Firms Play
Why the price wars in Chinese e-commerce might end up becoming a race to the bottom for the.
| Oct. 10 2012
E-tail versus retail: Can upstart company 360Buy succesfully compete with the two reigning giants of the appliance market?
When the top two Chinese home appliances retailers, Gome and Suning gained a third of the consumer market for the.
| Nov. 8 2009