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  • What's News? June 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Gome closures continue

    Gome recently announced plans to close 80-100 stores in tier-one and tier-two cities while  opening over 100 stores in tier-three and tier-four cities. The company plans to add 10-20 stores in 2013 but reduce average store size by 50,000 sq. meters. At the close of 2012, Gome held over 1,000 stores in total across China. Source: Winshang

  • What's News? May 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Apple gets special treatment

    With Apple official retail outlets still sparse on mainland China, Apple has set about installing special zones in other chain retail stores throughout Beijing. In an effort to cozy up to local retailers (and local consumers), Apple has its products displayed in self-designed and renovated zones in chain stores like Dixintong. Apple has yet to establish similar cooperation with big electronic and telecommunication chain retailers like Suning and Gome. Source: Finance China

  • What's News? March 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

    COO8 relaunches

    After being acquired by Gome, electronics dealer COO8 launched a new version of its online mall along with a new logo. The company looks to shift from a focus on showcasing products to showcasing brands and thereby increasing interaction with users. COO8 plans to attract over 100,000 stores and brands in the first half of 2013 through deepened integration with Gome. COO8 currently stocks over 2 million SKU.

    Source: eBrun

  • What's News? January 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Skyworth heads to big city

    After early success in tier-three and four markets, Skyworth is leveraging its partnership with Gome to establish itself in big cities like Beijing and Guangzhou. The white goods and electronics manufacturer will now be retailing in over 1000 tier-one locations throughout the Gome network of stores. To mark its new beginning, Skyworth recently unveiled six new appliance series across multiple price ranges. 2012 saw Skyworth bring in sales of RMB 1 billion and move 1 million units of white goods. Source: Hexun

  • What's News? January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Gome retreats from Hong Kong market

    Gome will close its retail operations in Hong Kong due to high rental costs and strong competition from local players. Despite the exit, Gome Hong Kong continues to explore opportunities in the region and might potentially move into commodity trading. Gome entered the Hong Kong market in November 2003, the company’s first expansion outside of mainland China.

    Source: eBrun

  • What's News? December 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Gome to promote Intel-inspired Ultrabooks

    Chinese electronics giant Gome recently established a strategic cooperation with Intel to co-promote Ultrabook and Touch Ultrabook products. Under the agreement between the companies, Gome will set up 100 Ultrabook experiencing stores. Ultrabook is a product category inspired and enabled by Intel and used by laptop makers such as Acer, Asus, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony, and Toshiba. Ultrabook sales currently account for 17% of the Gome's overall PC unit sales. The retailers expects this share reach 60% next year. Source: 10jqka

  • What's News? August 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang and Gome set to cooperate online

    According to recent reports, Danddang and Home are planning to establish a strategic alliance in online business. Experts are saying Dangdang and Gome's cooperation would be a first for the domestic e-Commerce industry. The deal remains in discussions. Source: Hualong


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