china ecommerce

The Spanish postal service, Correos, launched its Tmall global shop

Recently, Spanish post office Correo launched its oversea flag shop on Tmall global(an online B2C platform under China Alibaba Group) and started the trial operation. All the products sold in this flag shop come from major local brands in Spain and will be directly sent from the Spanish local brands’ warehouse to China. Last year,

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Alibaba high-end membership APASS, what the luxury brand needs to know

September 9th was Alibaba’s APASS Day Red carpet, hot girls and boys dressing up, while this is not a movie award ceremony, it is the first APASS off-line anniversary event held by Alibaba recently in Shanghai. They also invited Martha Lahti, SKII, Estee Lauder and many other international brands to join. At this event, Alibaba

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Can Specialist Retailers Survive against Alibaba and Amazon?

It is said that whoever hits first, hits twice. Some days ago, Zalando signed a partnership with its biggest competitors, Amazon and Alibaba. Far from thinking that they were wrong, we feel confident about the future of these new alliances between Europe, China and United States.   Zalando  was founded in Berlin (Germany) in 2008.

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5 Bugs To Avoid When Doing E-Commerce In China

Have you ever tried to build a new overseas brand and fail in your attempt? In any approach to China, foreign brands often make some common mistakes when trying to sell their products in China mainland. Although such misconceptions are not exclusive to online environment, we will focus on those that particularly affect your approach

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New Online Advertising Rules in China

New online advertising regulation in China will impact all digital business with presence in China. Here we bring you an analysis overview to start adapting to the new trend in advertisement. It would be after the death of a college student who took part in an experimental health treatment found in Baidu, when popular pressure

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Spain and China, Allies but not Colleagues in Trade

This post comes to underline the strategy played by Spain on EU’s China policy, a role which has received virtually no attention so far, as well as the major reasons why Spanish e-commerce is potentially attractive for Chinese companies. Spain´s strategy is based on promoting a political resemblance with China in order to gain a

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