Burberry Tmall

China’s Luxury E-Commerce Boom Means ‘Ostrich’ Brands Lose Out

With 74 percent of Chinese luxury consumers buying goods online, high-end labels can't afford to kee...
Chinese internet users are becoming more "mobile-native." (Shutterstock)

Why Luxury Can’t Ignore China’s 89% Mobile Internet Use

As Chinese consumers become increasingly "mobile-native" in 2015, luxury brands need to pay close at...
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Alibaba Continues Premium Push for Tmall with Mei.com Investment

Tmall's attempts to sign on international luxury brands have met with limited success, but a new Mei...
Tmall Global's Korean "pavilion" online shop.

Alibaba’s E-Commerce Globalization Banks on Chinese Demand for Foreign Brands

The Chinese e-tail giant bets on online shoppers' interest in buying foreign brands with the announc...
Loreal

Report: From Tmall to WeChat, Beauty Brands Need to Up Their China Digital Competence

According to a new L2 report, few beauty brands have managed to master their vitally important China...
The International Luxury Conference 2015 in Seoul, South Korea on May 20-21. (Courtesy Photo)

5 Key Ways Luxury Can Adapt to How Chinese Consumers Shop Now

Digital developments, traveling Chinese shoppers, and millennials' preferences were among the crucia...
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