One area in particular shows promises of skyrocketing: the cross-border e-commerce channel. The massive growth in globalization and internationalization of trade has paved the path for a continuously expanding e-commerce market.
Livestream marketing is now a very popular marketing approach. According to statistics from the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the usage rate of livestreaming has been rising sharply and the number of livestreaming users has been growing since 2020.
The success of the E-commerce industry in China is no secret. There are plenty of statistics proving the rapid and constant growth of this market, which is now worth several trillions of dollars and continues to have a bright future.
Building an omni-channel journey for your customer is the best way to keep control of your brand and ensure the best customer experience all along the way from day 1 - the day they get to know you, to the day 2 - when they start purchasing from you and so on...
So far, the year 2020 has been a hard-to-forget milestone for the world economy. Never before have businesses across the world had to face such enormous challenges and significant uncertainties about their future.
How has COVID-19 impacted the retail business? What do you need to do to survive the post-COVID-19 era? Let’s examine the lessons learned since the Coronavirus outbreak and what actions you should take.
If you are planning to expand into the Chinese market, you must localize your website. Of course, the first thing that may come to your mind is to translate your content into the Chinese language. Chinese website localization goes beyond simple translating and requires accurate planning and a good understanding of your targeted market.
New China Cross-Border E-commerce Rules: What You Need to Know. The new China cross-border rules for e-commerce open new opportunities to foreign companies. What are the advantages and the pitfalls of the new e-commerce rules in China?
QPSoftware has been working with PrestaShop for a long time to create innovative e-commerce solutions for our customers. We love this platform, and over the years we have seen many of our clients enjoying this user-friendly yet absolutely powerful e-commerce platform
Retina Display has become a familiar term in the world of computers and mobile devices. Since Apple launched this new generation of high-resolution screens, it has invaded the world making previous technology look like a memory from the past.
Doing business in China is one of the most appealing opportunities for companies around the world. As the Chinese economy keeps on growing and opening up to the Western world, the awareness of this market’s potential keeps increasing among business owners. Nowadays, savvy business managers cannot overlook the pressing Chinese demand for foreign products.
Choosing the right shopping cart is a critical e-commerce development decision and /not at all an easy one. There are so many variables involved that can make this technical decision a daunting task.
It has already been told many times but it has to be said again! China represents the biggest consumer market in the world. It is a market with a lot of opportunities for companies willing to reach this market. Willing to tackle this market is good but it can be quite hard sometimes.
As you probably know, China is an amazing market and quite incredible! If you decide to target this market you will face great opportunities but also some threats. But before starting anything you should analyze your market and see what you should do.
Nowadays, the Chinese market represents an unavoidable opportunity for companies willing to go abroad. Indeed, as we know the Chinese market is becoming the number one consumption market in the world. If you want to target this market it will not be easy because of its extreme particularity.
Last week, from June 7th to 9th a big event happened in Shanghai, CES Asia Shanghai 2017, and it was a great success. Companies and people from around the world gathered to participate in this exhibition.
We will try to give some highlights of what happened during these few days and summarize what we learned at this interesting event.
As Alibaba - Alipay and Tencent's WeChat Pay have been already thoroughly discussed there isn't much of a need to explain what their differences are, or to remind you that these two companies are not only competing within China but also internationally.
They have begun to make themselves known around the world, in Europe, in the USA and even in areas of South-East Asia. Specifically, let’s have a look at the situation of Alibaba - AliPay in India.
China is a huge market with many opportunities, but these opportunities are only reachable if you can respect and adapt yourself to the Chinese market, or more precisely, to the Chinese people. If you can understand them and follow a few common strategies, then your chance of success will be higher.
An article has already been written that focused on how to attract Chinese male ebuyers but now we are going to focus on four different strategies for the Chinese market.
Before I begin this article, I would like to thank everyone who helped me to put all of this together. They shared with me their experience, knowledge, feedback and more. So many thanks go out to Elijah Whaley, Marie, Thibault from mei.com and many others.
Continuing from the previous article about Magento and the tips for adapting your e-commerce website to the Chinese market, this topic will focus on how to attract Chinese male buyers through e-commerce.
You may think or feel that shopping is only a hobby for women and that online shopping (e-commerce) is no different. Well, let’s see if this is true and if its a good idea to forget about the Chinese male market segment.
In the world of web design and ecommerce, the Magento platform is not unknown. We do not really need to talk about it. We could say it is one of the biggest and most powerful ecommerce platforms on the market. If you need to develop a complex, totally customized and specific CMS (Customer Management System) for an ecommerce platform your solution will definitely be Magento