Pinduoduo has launched its dedicated "Help the Farmers" channel on February 10, to match the demand from of users with products from over 12 million agricultural producers.
China's largest online retailer JD.com has rebranded its own group-buying app & WeChat mini-program as ‘Jingxi’ to target consumers in China’s lower-tier cities.
Pinduoduo announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019.
According to Tencent Technological News, Chinese group buying e-commerce platform Pinduoduo surpassed Baidu in market value, becoming the fifth largest Internet company in China.
According to Forbes, a record number of Chinese investors, particularly women investors, have made Forbes' 2019 Midas List.
Pinduoduo released its full-year financial report on Mar. 13. The Shanghai-based Chinese e-commerce company, which has been likened to Groupon, exceeded market expectations in terms of revenue but missed earnings estimates.
Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about the dirty, risky, and more unseemly aspects of China tech, primarily focused on two stories that grabbed headlines recently: the “hack” at Pinduoduo, and the corruption scandal at DJI.
A bug with the Pinduoduo's discount vouchers that value up to tens of millions of yuan flooded into the public.
With a fortune of 95 billion RMB ($14 billion), 38-year-old Colin Huang, founder of the e-commerce giant Pinduoduo, ranked 13th on the Hurun China List 2018 released on Oct. 10.
After going public in July, the e-commerce giant Pinduoduo Inc. (PDD) released its first quarterly report on Aug. 30, showing some big gains and even bigger losses.
Here's this week's roundup of China tech stories.
It has been an uneasy week as the vaccine scandal and #metoo movement have been causing huge stirs on Chinese social media for the past few weeks.
China's social commerce group discount platform Pinduoduo had its debut on the Nasdaq at 7 p.m. July 26 (Beijing time), and ended its first trading day with a stock price of $26.70, valuing the company at $29.6 billion.
China’s new e-commerce platform, Pinduoduo, plans to raise a maximum of $1.87 billion through its listing on the NASDAQ Global Select section, according to its updated prospectus to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
On June 18, JD.com concluded its annual shopping festival with a transaction volume of around US$24.5 billion. On the same day, the e-commerce platform also announced an investment from Google of $550 million. What does this new alliance mean? Listen to latest episode from TechBuzz China to find out!