Alibaba.com, a cross-border B2B e-commerce platform under Chinese tech giant Alibaba, released its cross-border index on July 6.
ByteDance's short video sharing app Douyin, the Chinese mainland version of TikTok, will launch a brand-new recommendation application called "Kesong."
Douyin and Kuaishou, two leading Chinese short video platforms, are increasing their investment in e-commerce infrastructure.
Kuaishou has recently revamped its overseas business strategy, setting up targeted ventures in various regions including Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Lazada awarded 21 female merchants in acknowledgement of their resilience and innovation in advancing e-commerce businesses on the platform.
Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou has recently set a target range between 900 billion yuan ($141 billion) and 970 billion yuan in GMV for its e-commerce operations.
Chinese e-commerce and fashion platform Mogu Inc., which has reportedly carried out substantial layoffs recently, announced its financial report for the first half of fiscal year 2022.
Missfresh is stepping up to improve profitability by developing in-house labels and expanding the scale of direct sourcing as the main problem China’s online grocery sector faces has changed from the last-mile logistics to the first-mile supply chain.
The boom of live streaming e-commerce in China is best understood as an outcome of layers of factors, some are particular to the history of Chinese e-commerce, others universal for any Internet companies in need for commercialization.
While many are convinced that Chinese sellers are receiving special treatment from Amazon, in the eyes of many Chinese merchants, Amazon is no friend at all. Rather, it is in part Amazon’s monopoly power that leaves them with no choice.
Ant Group, a Chinese Internet financial unicorn, released the latest information on an adjustment of its management team on Thursday.
Dingdong Maicai and MissFresh, leading players in China’s burgeoning fresh food delivery arena, filed for US listings on Tuesday, racing to become the first publicly-traded Chinese online grocery platform.
Chinese tech and e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding fell into loss-making territory for the first time since going public in 2014 after being slapped a massive anti-monopoly fine by regulators.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing is reportedly planning to spin off its community purchasing business and launch a separate IPO for the platform, which allows buyers to obtain discounts by ordering groceries in groups and have them delivered to their neighborhood, according to tech media outlet The Information.
Pinduoduo took six years to build an online marketplace that serves almost 800 million paying customers - and that was not their only unprecedented feat.