China’s Digital Luxury Leaders for 2016: Chow Tai Fook and Burberry Lead the Pack

A new report by L2 ranks 107 global luxury brands for their digital prowess in the China market.
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WeChat Case Study: Mulberry Gets Lovestruck Fans to Go the Distance for Qixi Campaign

The British brand's new WeChat campaign for China's Qixi Festival aims to connect Chinese customers ...
Tmall shoppers may soon be able to buy a Jaguar online thanks to Alibaba's new deal with Yongda Auto (Shutterstock)

China’s Auto E-Commerce Market Accelerates Despite Slowing Car Sales

As China's auto sales hit a speed bump, more dealers are heading online in hope of boosting growth.
A Wanda Plaza mall in Chengdu. (Shutterstock)

Dalian Wanda Turns to E-Commerce as Brick-and-Mortar Retail Slows

As the company makes plans to close over 120 stores across China, it's teaming up with Tencent and B...

The China Luxury Market’s Top 5 Social Media Trends Of 2014

From mobile to microblogging, Jing Daily has rounded up the year's most important developments for l...
Montblanc held an exhibition celebrating its 90th anniversary in Shanghai, inviting fans to the event via a WeChat campaign. (Montblanc)

Montblanc WeChat Campaign Ranks Users’ ‘Big Boss’ Potential

Montblanc's first integrated WeChat campaign asks Chinese fans to rate whether others have what it t...