• What Brands Needed to Know About KOLs in 2019

    KOLs have changed the face of marketing in China, so you should be aware of the big KOL luxury happenings that affected the Chinese market this year. Read More
  • What We Learned from WeChat Luxury Campaigns in 2019

    Luxury brands continued to experiment with WeChat Mini Programs in 2019, from AR participation to membership programs, we outline the year’s best efforts. Read More
  • China’s Most Important Luxury Tech Moments in 2019

    Once again, tech was one of the biggest disruptors in China’s luxury market. Here’s our list of the biggest tech happenings in 2019. Read More
  • Eight Things that Rocked China E-Commerce in 2019

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    2019 proved to be a dynamic year for e-commerce in China, as players looked to new channels for growth and weaker players exited the market. Read More
  • China’s Most Controversial Luxury Incidents in 2019

    Jing Daily’s selection of the top 5 China luxury controversies in 2019, from Burberry’s Chinese New Year campaign to Versace and Coach's geography missteps. Read More
  • How CEOs Did Business in China This Year

    For luxury brand CEOs, this year filled with many successes and quite a few challenges. Here, our Top 5 CEO interviews in 2019. Read More
  • Jing Daily’s Top 5 Articles for 2019

    This year was certainly eventful. From Burberry’s bizarre Chinese New Year campaign to a roll call of brand missteps, here are Jing Daily's top 5 articles of 2019. Read More
  • Luxury 2030, Part 1: Gen Z Goes Mainstream and Disrupts Luxury

    So you think the luxury market is challenging now? Just wait until the year 2030 when Gen Zers become the largest spending group in the world. Read More
  • What Brands Should Have Learned About China in 2019

    Here are the most important market trends from China this past year, despite an economic slowdown, Hong Kong protests, and the U.S.-China trade war. Read More
  • China’s 2019 Luxury Market: It All Comes Down to Pricing

    Luxury brands in China were buoyed this year by the aforementioned efforts by brands to adjust pricing to be more in line with European or Japanese markets. Read More