Category Archives: B2B e-commerce

China’s Imports of Cross-border e-Commerce Transactions Continue to Expand in 2020

Cross-border e-commerce can be divided into B2B model, B2C model, and C2C model. In recent years, China’s cross-border e-commerce industry has continuously developed, and the market scale has continued to expand. In 2018, China’s cross-border e-commerce retail import and export transactions exceeded 100 billion yuan. In 2019, China’s cross-border e-commerce retail import and export volume reached 186.21 billion yuan, five times that of 2015, with…

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Digital Marketing on China e-Commerce Platforms

For any brand, e-commerce, as its online sales, is indescribable in the business world. Under the influence of the epidemic, offline consumption activities were blocked, and online e-commerce channels became more important. Not only are daily categories such as food, beauty, and fast-moving consumer goods, but even high-value commodities such as luxury goods, real estate, and automobiles have begun to pay attention to e-commerce. We…

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China Yiwu Exporters Embracing e-Commerce against Covid19

Yiwu, Zhejiang Province, China is the world’s largest small commodity market, connecting more than 2 million small, medium, and micro enterprises in more than 200 countries. It has been regarded as a window to understand the dynamics of China’s foreign trade. Like other manufacturing centers in China, Yiwu was also severely hit by the COVID19 epidemic. Delivery was delayed and orders were cancelled. In order…

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Who Will Rise After CoronaVirus

At the beginning of 2020, CoronaVirus became the “number one enemy” of the Chinese people. Everything seems to be the same as 17 years ago. Under the situation of limited personnel movement and construction, the epidemic has affected the economy in many ways. In order to cope with the spread of the epidemic, enterprises have delayed resumption of work, schools have been postponed, and the…

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Industry Giants Joining B2B e-Commerce for Channel Expansion

More and more common industrial products are entering e-commerce platforms. Industrial giants such as BASF, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and Bosch have opened official online flagship stores in order to enter the field of industrial B2B e-commerce. At a time when the development of China‚Äôs manufacturing industry is under constant pressure, B2B e-commerce is expected to help traditional industrial enterprises with the inefficient offline distribution system….

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