WeChat Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Chinese e-commerce giant JD exceeded revenue expectations in the June quarter, net sales up by 23 per cent to US$21.28 billion.
Nike has elected to withdraw a new shoe design in Mainland China after a politically sensitive image was posted to Instagram by one of its designers.
Police have shut down a huge China counterfeiting ring estimated to have raked in some US$15 million.
Walmart China has pledged to further its online/offline integration strategy.
The ubiquitous WeChat is continuing to expand its reach across all age groups – especially among people aged 55 and above.
New JD travel retail stores use the latest technology to make it easier and more enjoyable for travellers to purchase on the go.
Walmart China has begun testing same-day grocery delivery in its Xiangmihu store.
Tencent profit rose 30 per cent in the third quarter, boosted by the spinoff of Meitu Dianping.
The JD parcel delivery service enables users of the company’s app in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to send items intra-city and throughout Mainland China.
British luxury fashion house Burberry is releasing a see-now, buy-now collection exclusively on Instagram and WeChat.
Tencent Holdings has recorded its first quarterly fall in profits in 13 years, hampered by government delays in approving new online games.
Alibaba and JD may appear to dominate China’s e-commerce market, but new research suggests new players are increasing their influence.