Cedric Delzenne
Cedric Delzenne
Marks & Spencer Steps Up China Expansion Efforts
Compared to other Western retailers that hit the Chinese market early (some of them now with hundreds of stores across Hong Kong and the mainland) Marks & Spencer is something of a paradox.
Sonya Madden
Sonya Madden
If You’re Not Online In China, Forget About It!
In a country where brands have been known to place income over ethics, shoppers rely on peers, not brands, for honest product feedback. An endorsement from a fellow shopper can be the difference between buying Rick Owens or Dolce & Gabbana.
Elle Lee
Elle Lee
In Fashion And Social Media, What Is Hong Kong’s Position?
Coinciding with the launch of major fashion weeks around the world, this month Hong Kong played host to several social media events.
Divia Harilela
Divia Harilela
China Online: How To Capture The New Chinese Consumer
While it’s easy to be taken in by the numbers, many people fail to realize that engaging the Chinese consumer is harder than it looks.
Zandie Brockett
Zandie Brockett
The Most Worldly Drink: Chinese Tea Comes Full Circle At Tranquil Tuesdays
Move over, Earl Grey. Beijing-based tea company Tranquil Tuesdays aims to popularize high-end Chinese tea in the West.
Torsten Stocker
Torsten Stocker
The Future Of Wine In China (Part 2)
Based on the factors outlined in my last column, and of course also shaped by the general direction of the global and Chinese macro-economic environments, several potential scenarios are possible for the future of China’s wine industry.
Sage Brennan
Sage Brennan
Low-Key Looks Catch Eye Of Chinese New Year Shoppers
A survey of Chinese travelers headed abroad for the holiday season finds that most of them won't be looking for logos on their shopping sprees.
Sara Villarreal
Sara Villarreal
To Succeed In China's Fashion Market, "Wash, Rinse, Repeat"
Introducing a new shopping concept, new fashion sensibilities and new designers to a new market is no small feat.
Paul Dien
Paul Dien
Social Responsibility Could Be Key To Deeper Connections With Chinese Consumers
As Chinese consumers become more savvy and diverse in their buying power, will there be an opportunity for luxury brands to create a deeper connection through social responsibility?
Alexis Bonhomme
Alexis Bonhomme
Marketing Tips For China's Upcoming Singles' Day, AKA The World's Biggest E-Commerce Event
Halfway between Golden Week and Christmas, China's Singles' Day netted more revenue than the United States' Black Friday and Cyber Monday last year.
Erica Ji
Erica Ji
Old Lyric: A Shanghai Pioneer Of 'Timeless' Vintage
High-end secondhand boutique Old Lyric hopes to help the allure of vintage catch on in Shanghai.
Nick Cakebread
Nick Cakebread
Chinese Women and the Luxury Market: Moving Into The Driver’s Seat
Columnist Nick Cakebread discusses the ways in which female Chinese shoppers are having a dramatic impact on China's luxury market.
Renee Hartmann
Renee Hartmann
Serving China’s Global Luxury Consumer No Small Task
As the number of Chinese travelers headed abroad climbs at a rapid pace, Jing Daily and China Luxury Advisors present a new report on how to serve this vital consumer segment.
James Button
James Button
How Luxury Brands Can Cash In On China's Booming Wedding Industry
From couture gowns to face-saving candy, brand choice plays a huge role in planning a Chinese wedding.
Michael Zakkour
Michael Zakkour
The Truth About China’s ‘Rude’ Tourists
While Chinese tourists behaving badly makes for a sensationalist headline, most well-heeled travelers are more interested in the most sophisticated experiences they can find.
Ma Mu
Ma Mu
International Fashion Sees Big Boost From Chinese Social Media
Columnist Ma Mu discusses some examples of the most successful social media marketing campaigns conducted by foreign fashion labels in China.
Lina Lee
Lina Lee
Menswear, Yachts, And Brooklyn Real Estate: The Top 5 China Luxury M&A Deals Of 2013
This year saw a flurry of foreign acquisitions by Chinese companies. As part of Jing Daily's ongoing year-end coverage, we've listed the top 5.
Giulia La Paglia
Giulia La Paglia
How Brands Can Navigate Chinese Fashion Bloggers' 'Red Envelope' Culture
Chinese KOL endorsements don't come for free—but payment to bloggers may hinder their credibility with fans.