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    June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Retail Megatrends: Online Rise, Foreign Fall

    China: center of retail universe

    Retail in China increasingly means online retail. So says the “China Retail 100”, a report produced by the China General Chamber of Commerce. 2012 was the first year the report took account of online retail and the results were revealing: sales from China’s largest online retailers grew 113% faster than offline retail, with nearly half (49.6) of all retail sales growth in 2012 generated online (more in Chinese here). When that number crosses 50% in 2013, who stands to profit? ...Read More

  • What's News? May 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Yihaodian launches clothing line

    Yihaodian, the Walmart backed online hypermarket,has launched an in-house apparel brand. The new division, Bestluck, is already slated as a new category on the Yihaodian site alongside consumer electronics and daily use products. Bestluck will start by producing simply styled, high quality t-shirts before venturing into more diverse product offerings. Source: Tech Web

  • What's News? March 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Yihaodian with new service for FMCG

    Yihaodian introduced a new service for high-frequency purchases. Consumers are now able to create tailored purchase plans selecting the time and frequency of their orders in an effort to streamline the process for repeat customers. According to Yihaodian, "daily use goods" is the company's most popular category of goods and sees the highest rate of return customers. Source: Pop PC

  • What's News? March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Formulas makers go direct on TMall

    Danone, Nestle and Tmall have banded together to sell imported baby formula online. Donone’s Dumex and Cow & Gate brands, along with Nestle’s Wyeth brand, will available for direct purchase through the companies on TMall. The e-commerce giant is looking to continue recent presales. Other e-commerce platforms like Yihaodian sell imported formula, but most brands are supplied through retailers rather than suppliers.

    Source: Netease 

  • What's News? January 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Yihaodian to solidify hold on DOP

    Yihaodian has a new year’s resolution: make 2013 the year of direct overseas purchasing. Yihaodian became China’s first e-Commerce company qualified to directly purchase and import food products from abroad, and now wants to consolidate its lead in this emerging field. The first step, according to company sources, is to expand its offerings across categories and country of origin. Yihaodian’s first shipment of imported food became available online last week.

    Source: Xinhua

  • What's News? October 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

    SeptWolves expands aggressively online

    SeptWolves, a Chinese menswear brand, is opening online stores at a rapid pace. After opening five flagship stores on Taobao, 360Buy, Tencent, Coo8, and Yihaodian, the company is now planning to launch on additional platforms, including Suning.com and Amazon. Apart from selling directly online, the company also turns over about RMB 10 million through third party online distributors. Offline, the company currently operates 3,000 stores across China. Source: EBRun

  • What's News? October 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Yihaodian undergoing a restructure

    Yihaodian, a popular online supermarket owned by Wal-Mart, recently seperated its main web site from its third-party operations. The company's Yihao Mall, Yihao Group, and Mingpin (名品) will now operate under an independent domain - 1mall.com. At the corporate level, Yihao also moved the said operation to a new company name Shanghai Chuanji. Concurrently, Yihaodian is planning to open offline experience stores, located independently and not within Wal-Mart's existing outlets. Source: Sootoo

  • What's News? September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Courier Yuantong to launch e-Commerce site

    Chinese logistics company Yuantong recently announced plans to enter the e-Commerce industry next year. The company didn’t say what it would sell. Earlier this year, SF Express, EMS, and ST Express ventured into e-Commerce. ST Express’s new site adopted a similar business model to Wal-Mart's Yihaodian, selling mainly food and cleaning products. It also sells general goods and small home appliances products. Sources: JRJ, WShang

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