• Why Chanel’s Big Chinese TV Snub Should Concern Any Luxury Brand

    With Chinese consumers largely glued to livestreams and television programs and films at home, brands have been thrust into the country’s digital sphere. Read More
  • Why Are Chinese Travelers Not Buying At The Airport?

    One of our reporters at Jing Daily reminisces about her flight from New York City to Shanghai via Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport and the shopping scene there. Read More
  • Can Meituan Go From Delivering Groceries to Delivering Luxury Products?

    Meituan, a popular Chinese group buying website famous for delivering groceries, is battling Alibaba over payment platforms and other markets. Read More
  • After a Tough Q1, Ralph Lauren Expects A Full Recovery in Q2 For China

    Ralph Lauren Corporation reported a 66 percent revenue decrease in Q1 but said mainland China sales might return to pre-COVID levels next quarter. Read More
  • Will Post-Pandemic Markdowns Hurt Luxury Brands Long-Term?

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    Luxury houses face a dilemma: Should they make short-term business decisions by discounting goods or defend their brand images for long-term sustainability? Read More
  • Mulberry’s New Marketing Approach in China Might Not Be Enough

    The British luxury brand Mulberry announced that it had chosen the agency ForwardPMX to lead a new “performance marketing program” in China. Read More
  • What Would a Possible Antitrust Investigation into Alipay and WeChat Pay Reveal?

    China’s top antitrust agency is looking into whether to launch a probe into the country’s largest online payment platforms. How would this affect retail? Read More
  • How To Win Over China’s New Investor Class

    COVID-19 has pushed Chinese investor requirements into more impactful directions like sustainability. What else will allow brands to connect with investors? Read More
  • How JD.com Leveraged New Technologies To Overcome COVID-19

    While COVID-19 has been the undoing of many companies worldwide, JD.com’s smart supply chain capabilities has made it foolproof during the pandemic. Read More
  • China Gets Closer to Supply Chain of the Future

    Every company wants to own the supply chain of the future. E-commerce giant JD.com’s tie-up with Li & Fung may well have clinched it. Read More