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  • China’s E-commerce Goes Mobile in 2014

    China’s E-commerce Goes Mobile in 2014

    China’s e-commerce revolution is transitioning from computers to mobile in 2014. The spread of m-commerce, especially for millions of new consumers in inland China, will make mobile the purchasing channel of choice going forward. Alibaba’s visionary founder Jack Ma commented earlier in 2013, “The mission of Alibaba’s mobile department is to eliminate Taobao – by

  • Alibaba Accounted for 76.6% of Total M-commerce Sales in Q3 2013

    Alibaba Accounted for 76.6% of Total M-commerce Sales in Q3 2013

    In Q3 2013, China’s mobile commerce (m-commerce) sales increased by 141.9% to 43.3 billion Chinese Yuan. Alibaba maintained its leading position among Chinese e-commerce companies. Its Taobao and Tmall platforms accounted for 76.6% of total m-commerce sales. Runner-up JD made up 6% of the transaction share. Tencent came in the third place accounting for 1.5% of

  • Alibaba IPO explained: Expect multiple public offerings from China’s e-commerce giant

    Alibaba IPO explained: Expect multiple public offerings from China’s e-commerce giant

    Industry insiders expect Alibaba Group’s multi-billion-dollar IPO to be announced imminently — some rumors point to a Q4 2013 listing — but those expecting the entirety of Alibaba to list all at once should rethink their stance. Given the complexity of the company’s business, the future of Alibaba is much more intricate than simply exiting via a

  • TOP 10 Chinese B2C Online Retailing Sites by Turnover in 2012

      TOP 10 Chinese B2C Online Retailing Sites by Turnover in 2012: ❶ Tmall.com: 207.2 billion; ❷JD.com: 66 billion; ❸ Suning.com: 18.8 billion; ❹ Shop.qq.com: 11.5 billion; ❺ Amazon.cn: 10.5 billion; ❻ Xiaomi.com: 10 billion; ❼ Dangdang.com: 7.45 billion; ❽ 51buy.com: 5.79 billion; ❾ Vipshop.com: 5.44 billion; ❿ Yihaodian.com: 4.5 billion & Vancl.com: 4.5 billion.

  • Alibaba Group’s Changing Organizational Structure

    Alibaba Group’s Changing Organizational Structure

    Alibaba group was originally comprised of 5 subsidiaries including Alibaba B2B  Operations (Alibaba.com), Taobao, Alipay, Alibaba Cloud Computing and Yahoo! China. Since 2011, Alibaba group has made three major changes to reorganize its organizational structure. In 2011, Alibaba Group reorganized Taobao into three separate companies – Tmall.com, Taobao Marketplace and eTao – to better adapt to China’s fast-growing B2C market for e-commerce

  • The Growing Importance of B2C in China E-Commerce

    In Q1 2013, Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) of China’s retail e-commerce B2C sector hit 120 billion RMB, accounting for 34.1% of the total online sales. B2C continued to become the driving force of China’s online shopping market given that in comparison to Q1 2012, the growth rate of the B2C sector was 96.5% while the

  • 3 E-Commerce Trends to Watch in China in 2013

    3 E-Commerce Trends to Watch in China in 2013

    China’s e-commerce sector has grown rapidly over the course of the past five years. By the end of the third quarter of 2012, the total transaction volume of China’s online retail market reached $125 billion (781 billion Chinese yuan), which accounted for 5.2 percent of China’s total retail sales for consumer goods. Moving forward into

  • What is the Best E-Commerce Strategy For Western Companies in China?

    What is the Best E-Commerce Strategy For Western Companies in China?

    I always enjoy connecting with other Asia technology professionals to share insights on how to best leverage digital media and e-commerce in China. I recently connected with an industry veteran on who asked me, “Which Western companies are getting e-commerce right in China?” This was my response:  Online is becoming an increasingly important retail channel

  • Alibaba History & Milestones

    Alibaba History & Milestones 1999 Alibaba Group is officially established by its 18 founders, led by Jack Ma, working out of a Hangzhou apartment. 1999-2000 Alibaba Group raises US$25 million from Softbank, Goldman Sachs, Fidelity, and other institutions. 2002 Alibaba.com becomes profitable. 2003 Consumer e-commerce website Taobao is founded, again in Jack Ma’s apartment. Online

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