• UPDATE: Luxury Stores Are Reopening In France, With No Chinese Tourists In Sight

    French luxury stores are reopening, but without their biggest spenders—Chinese shoppers. So, who can they turn to now? Read More
  • What Is The Millennial Post-COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment?

    Post-COVID-19, luxury brands are looking to China’s wealthy millennial middle class consumers to become the driving force behind consumption by 2025. Read More
  • Key Takeaways from the CCI Guide to Streaming Platforms in China

    Content Commerce Insider’s new report, Guide to Streaming Platforms in China, details the platforms, emerging industry trends, and expectations for 2020. Read More
  • Tmall Continues to Acquire Luxury Partners

    As brands continue to tap China’s e-commerce platforms, Alibaba’s Tmall signs up Balenciaga and Chloé indicating its unrelenting acquisition strategy. Read More
  • Why Luxury Will Never Be The Same

    Most luxury brands have lost a staggering amount of earnings during this crisis, but a lot of these drastic results could've been avoided with brand audits. Read More
  • How Fashion and Beauty Brands Can Use Bilibili

    Now that Bilibili has become an entertainment powerhouse in China, Jing Daily outlines everything brands will need to know before joining the platform. Read More
  • Despite Hard Times In Q4, Richemont Is Confident in China And Alibaba

    Despite a ripple effect from the COVID-19 pandemic during Q4, Richemont’s Chairman is confident in both the group’s online shift and China’s recovery. Read More
  • What Coca-Cola Can Teach Luxury Brands in China

    We analyze digital brand campaigns from Coca Cola, Burberry, and Judydoll. Read More
  • Why China’s Q&A Platform Zhihu is the Best Option for Beauty Brands

    When it comes to knowledge about China’s sharing economy, the Q&A platform Zhihu shines. But its new marketing tool could change everything. Read More
  • Tencent Sees a COVID-19 Online Revenue Bump During Q1

    WeChat’s owner Tencent reported a superlative performance in Q1, mainly thanks to online games and online advertising. Is the COVID-19 bump here to stay? Read More