Claudia Masüger on the Chinese Wine Market: Bring your Riesling to Hotpot
When talking about the Chinese wine market, most Westerners think of baijiu, a strong alcoholic beverage made from grain. But.
| Jan. 23 2018
How MINISO Became a Mega-Success
Miniso co-founder Ye Guofu takes us inside his emerging retail empire.
| May. 31 2017
China Retail, Retold
At the enormous Pacific Department Store on Shanghai’s Huaihai Road, barriers block the street entrances and windows are shuttered.
| May. 29 2017
Will e-Commerce Replace Brick-and-Mortar Stores?
After incredible growth in recent years, e-commerce in China seems to be slowing down. One reason behind this is.
| Feb. 27 2017
Uniqlo in China: New Threads
Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo has quickly found huge popularity in China based on an ethos of high quality at affordable.
| Jan. 19 2016
Is Under Armour the Underdog in the Chinese Sportswear Market?
An underdog in an industry dominated by giants, sportswear brand Under Armour recently pulled off a growth miracle by increasing.
| Oct. 14 2015
The Future of Retail in China is Both Online and Offline
Alibaba’s investment in Suning is a signal that companies in retail in China need a multichannel strategy: embracing both.
| Aug. 21 2015
Zeynep Ton: Pay Employees More, Get More
A Q&A with Zeynep Ton, author of The Good Jobs Strategy, on how four retailers make more money by.
| Aug. 3 2015
Taobao and Tmall are Built as “Mono-Category Worlds”
Miko Wormuth, CEO of TWICE Fashion Accessories, on what it takes to build a business from scratch in China and.
| Jul. 21 2015
The Subscription Economy: Mastering the New Subscription Model
The success of businesses in the new subscription economy needs more sophistication, nuance and responsiveness.
| Jun. 18 2015
The Subscription Economy: Why Subscriptions are More Popular than Ever
Subscription businesses date back to at least the 17th century. And today, quite suddenly, the subscription economy is back in.
| Jun. 17 2015
Ghost Malls in China: Where Have all the Shoppers Gone?
With the rise of e-commerce and more discerning consumers, the recent growth of malls in China risks becoming redundant.
| Jun. 9 2015