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...
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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...
Yoox unveiled its mobile app for the China market in February 2015. (Courtesy Image)

What China’s 168% Mobile Commerce Growth Means for Luxury

As the growth of mobile commerce in China puts it on track to surpass PC sales, luxury brands need t...
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