• China's retail business goes digital

    This year's China Internet Conference is underway in Beijing. Its focus is one of the hottest topics in the country: the Internet plus. Every industry in China is trying to combine its services and products with the Internet, and that includes the retail and catering industries.

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Experiential Learning - China's Retail Market 2016

    As part of Experiential LearningAsia Pacific Study (RMG 917), a group of 17 Ted Rogers School of Retail Management students visited China in May 2016 for a two-week learning experience exploring the Chinese retail market. Students visited Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai, learning about the Chinese retail market from experts at leading Chinese retailers, multinational companies, government agencies and universities. For more information about the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management, visit http://www.ryerson.ca/retail.

    published: 05 Jul 2016
  • Business Creativity in China Documentary

    The documentary let the world know better about the Chinese creativity revolutionary road and let more people to see the creativity, learning, and breakthrough behind the Chinese speed --- In fact, China is more than just speed.

    published: 12 Feb 2015
  • Jack Ma Visits a Hema Supermarket, Sees New Retail in Action

    The Alibaba Group Executive Chairman takes a spin through a flagship “New Retail” supermarket in Shanghai.

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Take a Tour of a Hema Supermarket and Experience "New Retail"

    Alizila's Tom Brennan offers a tour of a Hema Supermarket, showing how online and offline shopping are merged into a seamless “New Retail” experience.

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Retail selling in China

    The penetration of the Chinese retail selling market is small, as understood in New Zealand. Distribution is highly fragmented, and 90 percent of products are still sold through Ma and Pa shops.

    published: 28 Mar 2013
  • China Retail Market

    Find out how to sell to China without retail outlets : http://www.a-redline.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/redlinechina Facebook: http://facebook.com/redlinechina

    published: 20 Mar 2012
  • Amazon Go For China? WeChat Store Of The Future

    Is this China’s version of Amazon Go? Completely staff-less stores empowered totally through WeChat. Check out the full post to accompany this video at: http://chinachannel.co/wechat-store-amazon-go-china/

    published: 31 Jan 2017
  • wholesale bags markets In China (more like retail)

    If you have any questions please email me at: NavSanya@gmail.com

    published: 30 Sep 2014
  • China to become world’s top retail market by end of 2016

    Digital Marketing News; http://webcertain.tv China is due to overtake the US to become the largest retail market in the world by the end of this year. It will be the first time that the country has been top of the list, and is forecasted to see total sales of 4.88 trillion US dollars in 2016, compared to 4.82 trillion US dollars in the United States. The forecast from eMarketer also says that the country will have the highest level of online sales, with 18% of its retail market being accounted for by ecommerce. The booming market in China comes following the successes of Alibaba, Tmall and JD which have used new digital features such as mobile payment systems to increase, and deliver on, customer demand. China’s online retail market is currently the largest, with ecommerce sales in th...

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • Bringing Smart Solutions to Retail - Panasonic @ CHINA SHOP 2014

    In China, the demand for a safe and comfortable shopping environment is rising rapidly. In its booth at CHINA SHOP 2014 designed to resemble supermarkets and convenience stores Panasonic introduced one-stop solutions for retail under the theme, "A smart, beautiful lifestyle with intelligent retail. News in Japanese: http://panasonic.co.jp/news/topics/2014/129370.html News in English http://news.panasonic.net/archives/2014/1118_30125.html

    published: 18 Nov 2014
  • How Will China Bigwigs, Retail Giants Fare When They Report?

    China heavyweights Alibaba, Tencent and JD.com are slated to disclose earnings. So are big-box stores Wal-Mart and Target, and off-pricers TJX and Ross. Can these retailers defy the department store slump?

    published: 11 Aug 2017
  • China Retail Trade Fair kicks off | DW News

    Thousands of Chinese companies are presenting their latest gadgets at China's largest trade fair. It is seen as a barometer for the entire economy.

    published: 19 Oct 2015
  • Emerging Strategy - Retail in China Webinar

    An introduction to China's retail space and how to use market intelligence to make informed decisions for your business

    published: 25 Aug 2014
  • Yahoo Business News - Retail, Quincy Krosby, China

    Stock index futures signal lower Wall Street open LONDON (Reuters) - Stock index futures pointed to a slightly weaker open on Wall Street on Tuesday, with futures for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq 100 down 0.1 to 0.2 percent. ICSC/Goldman Sachs release chain store sales for the week ended March 9 at 1145 GMT. In the previous week, sales rose 0.2 percent. Ryanair is to announce a deal to buy 200 aircraft from Boeing on Sunday, the Irish Independent newspaper reported on Tuesday without citing sources. Redbook releases its Retail Sales Index of department and chain store sales for March at 1255 GMT. ... http://news.yahoo.com/stock-index-futures-signal-lower-wall-street-open-090509900--finance.html Stocks creep up; Dow rises for seventh day running NEW YORK (AP) — The stock marke...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • START YOUR OWN BUSINESS-BUY WHOLESALE AND SELL RETAIL (WHOLESALE HARRY) CLICK HERE

    WHOLESALE PERFUMES AND COLOGNES. NO MORE $10,NO MORE $20. EVERYTHING IS $3 EACH,EVERYTHING IS 3.4 OZ BIG SIZE. FREE CATALOG,FREE SHIPPING,FREE ADVICE AND TIPS. CALL FOR MORE INFO 516 643-4008 or visit the website www.wholesaleharry.cheap

    published: 05 Feb 2013
  • Alibaba Hybrid Retail Store Shanghai China

    Unique Retail Model..

    published: 26 Mar 2017
  • Retail Roundup: Small Business Head to China

    www.ScalingRetail.com Fashion Brands...Wanna Go to China? Are you an SMB ready to go global? Email me: Syama@ScalingRetail.com

    published: 29 Apr 2014
  • How I Do $250,000 a Month Selling Alibaba and Ali Express Products on eBay & Amazon

    FOR THOSE OF YOU WANTING TO KNOW WHERE I PULL MY STATS FROM SIGNUP FOR A FREE TRIAL HERE https://www.terapeak.com?rfsn=188488.9b3d9 SETUP YOUR OWN SHOPIFY STORE http://bit.ly/26SUDFb LINKS TO THESE PRODUCTS http://rulesforrebels.blogspot.com/2015/10/how-i-do-250000-month-selling-alibaba.html eCommerce is not rocket science, it's simply the process of finding products which sell well on platforms like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or your own Shopify store or WooCommerce store. You want to find products which you can source cheaply either from Chinese suppliers and manufacturers on sites like Ali Express, Alibaba, Saleshoo, or domestically through something like ThomasNet. You want to find products which you can buy cheaply on those platforms and resell for more money on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Sh...

    published: 30 Oct 2015
  • Importing from China - Sourcing Products from Chinese Suppliers

    Importing from China is a fantastic way to source private label products. Chinese suppliers are high-profit, low-cost! Interested in making $10,000/Month? Download our free ebook here: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step Importing from China is something that I strongly recommend. It is much cheaper to purchase product from Chinese suppliers compared to USA suppliers. Some people find this idea very daunting, especially the cultural barrier. To help you, we’ve created this video outlining some of our top tips when importing from China. Tip #1: Order the minimal order quantity to start with when importing from China To be on the safe side, you should always start with the minimal order quantity when dealing with a new supplier. I understand that a lot of sellers want to start out by orderin...

    published: 11 Nov 2015
  • CLSA: Men take 55% of China's luxury retail market

    For decades, women have been the bigger spenders in luxury retail globally. But in China, shopping is a man's world. According to research firm CLSA, men account for about 55% of China's luxury goods market, well above the global average of 40%.

    published: 18 Sep 2013
  • "Socializing Retail Stores" - Thoughtful China

    http://show.thoughtfulchina.com Smart retailers and marketers should incorporate technology in China’s booming retail environment to learn more about consumers and their in-store behavior as well as create opportunities to make in-store shopping the social experience customers want, especially for luxury brands. Find out how to socialize your store this week on “Thoughtful China.”

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • Excellence in Cards Business and Retail Payments in China - China CITIC Bank

    The following is a description of China CITIC Bank, winner of the "Excellence in Cards Business and Retail Payments in China" in the 8th Excellence in Retail Financial Services Awards.

    published: 29 Jan 2010
  • Azoya - Your Bridge to China Retail

    published: 01 May 2015
China's retail business goes digital

China's retail business goes digital

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2015
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This year's China Internet Conference is underway in Beijing. Its focus is one of the hottest topics in the country: the Internet plus. Every industry in China is trying to combine its services and products with the Internet, and that includes the retail and catering industries.
https://wn.com/China's_Retail_Business_Goes_Digital
Experiential Learning - China's Retail Market 2016

Experiential Learning - China's Retail Market 2016

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As part of Experiential LearningAsia Pacific Study (RMG 917), a group of 17 Ted Rogers School of Retail Management students visited China in May 2016 for a two-week learning experience exploring the Chinese retail market. Students visited Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai, learning about the Chinese retail market from experts at leading Chinese retailers, multinational companies, government agencies and universities. For more information about the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management, visit http://www.ryerson.ca/retail.
https://wn.com/Experiential_Learning_China's_Retail_Market_2016
Business Creativity in China Documentary

Business Creativity in China Documentary

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The documentary let the world know better about the Chinese creativity revolutionary road and let more people to see the creativity, learning, and breakthrough behind the Chinese speed --- In fact, China is more than just speed.
https://wn.com/Business_Creativity_In_China_Documentary
Jack Ma Visits a Hema Supermarket, Sees New Retail in Action

Jack Ma Visits a Hema Supermarket, Sees New Retail in Action

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The Alibaba Group Executive Chairman takes a spin through a flagship “New Retail” supermarket in Shanghai.
https://wn.com/Jack_Ma_Visits_A_Hema_Supermarket,_Sees_New_Retail_In_Action
Take a Tour of a Hema Supermarket and Experience "New Retail"

Take a Tour of a Hema Supermarket and Experience "New Retail"

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Alizila's Tom Brennan offers a tour of a Hema Supermarket, showing how online and offline shopping are merged into a seamless “New Retail” experience.
https://wn.com/Take_A_Tour_Of_A_Hema_Supermarket_And_Experience_New_Retail
Retail selling in China

Retail selling in China

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The penetration of the Chinese retail selling market is small, as understood in New Zealand. Distribution is highly fragmented, and 90 percent of products are still sold through Ma and Pa shops.
https://wn.com/Retail_Selling_In_China
China Retail Market

China Retail Market

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  • Updated: 20 Mar 2012
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Find out how to sell to China without retail outlets : http://www.a-redline.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/redlinechina Facebook: http://facebook.com/redlinechina
https://wn.com/China_Retail_Market
Amazon Go For China? WeChat Store Of The Future

Amazon Go For China? WeChat Store Of The Future

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  • Updated: 31 Jan 2017
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Is this China’s version of Amazon Go? Completely staff-less stores empowered totally through WeChat. Check out the full post to accompany this video at: http://chinachannel.co/wechat-store-amazon-go-china/
https://wn.com/Amazon_Go_For_China_Wechat_Store_Of_The_Future
wholesale bags markets In China (more like retail)

wholesale bags markets In China (more like retail)

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If you have any questions please email me at: NavSanya@gmail.com
https://wn.com/Wholesale_Bags_Markets_In_China_(More_Like_Retail)
China to become world’s top retail market by end of 2016

China to become world’s top retail market by end of 2016

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Digital Marketing News; http://webcertain.tv China is due to overtake the US to become the largest retail market in the world by the end of this year. It will be the first time that the country has been top of the list, and is forecasted to see total sales of 4.88 trillion US dollars in 2016, compared to 4.82 trillion US dollars in the United States. The forecast from eMarketer also says that the country will have the highest level of online sales, with 18% of its retail market being accounted for by ecommerce. The booming market in China comes following the successes of Alibaba, Tmall and JD which have used new digital features such as mobile payment systems to increase, and deliver on, customer demand. China’s online retail market is currently the largest, with ecommerce sales in the country representing nearly 50% of all digital sales on Earth.
https://wn.com/China_To_Become_World’S_Top_Retail_Market_By_End_Of_2016
Bringing Smart Solutions to Retail - Panasonic @ CHINA SHOP 2014

Bringing Smart Solutions to Retail - Panasonic @ CHINA SHOP 2014

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2014
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In China, the demand for a safe and comfortable shopping environment is rising rapidly. In its booth at CHINA SHOP 2014 designed to resemble supermarkets and convenience stores Panasonic introduced one-stop solutions for retail under the theme, "A smart, beautiful lifestyle with intelligent retail. News in Japanese: http://panasonic.co.jp/news/topics/2014/129370.html News in English http://news.panasonic.net/archives/2014/1118_30125.html
https://wn.com/Bringing_Smart_Solutions_To_Retail_Panasonic_China_Shop_2014
How Will China Bigwigs, Retail Giants Fare When They Report?

How Will China Bigwigs, Retail Giants Fare When They Report?

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  • Updated: 11 Aug 2017
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China heavyweights Alibaba, Tencent and JD.com are slated to disclose earnings. So are big-box stores Wal-Mart and Target, and off-pricers TJX and Ross. Can these retailers defy the department store slump?
https://wn.com/How_Will_China_Bigwigs,_Retail_Giants_Fare_When_They_Report
China Retail Trade Fair kicks off | DW News

China Retail Trade Fair kicks off | DW News

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2015
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Thousands of Chinese companies are presenting their latest gadgets at China's largest trade fair. It is seen as a barometer for the entire economy.
https://wn.com/China_Retail_Trade_Fair_Kicks_Off_|_Dw_News
Emerging Strategy - Retail in China Webinar

Emerging Strategy - Retail in China Webinar

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  • Updated: 25 Aug 2014
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An introduction to China's retail space and how to use market intelligence to make informed decisions for your business
https://wn.com/Emerging_Strategy_Retail_In_China_Webinar
Yahoo Business News - Retail, Quincy Krosby, China

Yahoo Business News - Retail, Quincy Krosby, China

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  • Updated: 12 Mar 2013
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Stock index futures signal lower Wall Street open LONDON (Reuters) - Stock index futures pointed to a slightly weaker open on Wall Street on Tuesday, with futures for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq 100 down 0.1 to 0.2 percent. ICSC/Goldman Sachs release chain store sales for the week ended March 9 at 1145 GMT. In the previous week, sales rose 0.2 percent. Ryanair is to announce a deal to buy 200 aircraft from Boeing on Sunday, the Irish Independent newspaper reported on Tuesday without citing sources. Redbook releases its Retail Sales Index of department and chain store sales for March at 1255 GMT. ... http://news.yahoo.com/stock-index-futures-signal-lower-wall-street-open-090509900--finance.html Stocks creep up; Dow rises for seventh day running NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market crept higher Monday, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average to its seventh straight day of gains. http://news.yahoo.com/stocks-creep-dow-rises-seventh-day-running-203317278--finance.html China politics keep central bank hawks at bay, for now By Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) - Intense lobbying by central government agencies and debt-laden local governments is keeping People's Bank of China hawks in check after inflation jumped to a 10-month high, forcing the central bank to keep its monetary policy setting in neutral. Official data showed China's anemic pace of economic recovery from the slowest year of growth since 1999 may have paled early this year with a cooling in the domestic demand the new government has promised will lead the revival. ... http://news.yahoo.com/china-politics-keep-central-bank-hawks-bay-now-211017859--business.html http://www.wochit.com
https://wn.com/Yahoo_Business_News_Retail,_Quincy_Krosby,_China
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS-BUY WHOLESALE AND SELL RETAIL (WHOLESALE HARRY) CLICK HERE

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS-BUY WHOLESALE AND SELL RETAIL (WHOLESALE HARRY) CLICK HERE

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WHOLESALE PERFUMES AND COLOGNES. NO MORE $10,NO MORE $20. EVERYTHING IS $3 EACH,EVERYTHING IS 3.4 OZ BIG SIZE. FREE CATALOG,FREE SHIPPING,FREE ADVICE AND TIPS. CALL FOR MORE INFO 516 643-4008 or visit the website www.wholesaleharry.cheap
https://wn.com/Start_Your_Own_Business_Buy_Wholesale_And_Sell_Retail_(Wholesale_Harry)_Click_Here
Alibaba Hybrid Retail Store Shanghai China

Alibaba Hybrid Retail Store Shanghai China

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2017
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Retail Roundup: Small Business Head to China

Retail Roundup: Small Business Head to China

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  • Updated: 29 Apr 2014
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www.ScalingRetail.com Fashion Brands...Wanna Go to China? Are you an SMB ready to go global? Email me: Syama@ScalingRetail.com
https://wn.com/Retail_Roundup_Small_Business_Head_To_China
How I Do $250,000 a Month Selling Alibaba and Ali Express Products on eBay & Amazon

How I Do $250,000 a Month Selling Alibaba and Ali Express Products on eBay & Amazon

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FOR THOSE OF YOU WANTING TO KNOW WHERE I PULL MY STATS FROM SIGNUP FOR A FREE TRIAL HERE https://www.terapeak.com?rfsn=188488.9b3d9 SETUP YOUR OWN SHOPIFY STORE http://bit.ly/26SUDFb LINKS TO THESE PRODUCTS http://rulesforrebels.blogspot.com/2015/10/how-i-do-250000-month-selling-alibaba.html eCommerce is not rocket science, it's simply the process of finding products which sell well on platforms like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or your own Shopify store or WooCommerce store. You want to find products which you can source cheaply either from Chinese suppliers and manufacturers on sites like Ali Express, Alibaba, Saleshoo, or domestically through something like ThomasNet. You want to find products which you can buy cheaply on those platforms and resell for more money on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Shopify, etc. My intention with this post isn't to have you run off and sell these exact products. It's to show you the process, to show you how to find items, etc. While you can probably make money just copying this exact method I would rather see you use the overall concept to find your own products and niches which you can sell. Money can be made selling random one off products, however a better way to build a longer term sustainable business with better margins, less competition, and loyal customers who make recurring purchases is to stick within a niche. Rather than selling a mixing bowl today and a tactical pen tomorrow you find a niche to settle into in which you can build content, a social media following, etc and then market and sell to that audience. If your selling all kitchen goods or cooking items people may buy multiple items from you or come back and make more purchases. If your selling a nintendo controller extension today and a pair of Yoga socks tomorrow your items are not crossover purchase items that the same consumer will buy, however if your selling multiple items in the Yoga niche for example there's a good chance the buyer who purchases Yoga socks will come back for a Yoga mat. Something I hear alot is how can we possibly compete with the low prices of Chinese manufacturers selling direct to consumers on platforms like eBay and Amazon. While that is making selling more challening, pricing isn't as big an issue as you may think. Sure someone can buy an item for $2 form a Chinese seller but it will take 4-6 weeks to arrive, the quality may be spotty, the listing probably isn't well written, and returns are difficult, often leaving the buyer paying expensive return shipping. Simply by putting together quality listings with good pictures and descriptions you can often outrank the manufacturers and sell for a higher price by that alone. You can also employ strategies like bundling products and private labeling which can also help you sell your products at higher prices than the manufacturers and suppliers are offering them for. I explain that in more detail below. Bundling refers to packaging items together. Let's take for example something like the fire starter. You can buy this for 0.20 cents and maybe sell it for a couple bucks right? Okay, well what if we now add a fire starter, a compass, a paracord bracelet and a folding credit card knife. All these items are very cheap. We could probably buy one of each for say $1. When we bundle these items together and call it a "Survival Pack" something along those lines we create added perceived value and can maybe get $16.95 for these 3 or 4 items which maybe cost us a buck and some change at most. How does private labeling add value to a product? Most people prefer buying brands as opposed to generic products. Sometimes it's because the brand product is superior, while other times peole just like a fancy name on a box. Think about it, if your at a store and your looking to buy a HDMI cable. Are you going to buy the one in the clear plastic bag with no name that just says "HDMI Cable" or are you going to buy the one in the box called "Lightening Cable" that has diagrams showing how the connections are gold, its faster than other HDMI cables, etc. Most people will probably opt for the branded item. Same thing with most other products, people want a branded product more and will typically pay a couple extra bucks to get it.
https://wn.com/How_I_Do_250,000_A_Month_Selling_Alibaba_And_Ali_Express_Products_On_Ebay_Amazon
Importing from China - Sourcing Products from Chinese Suppliers

Importing from China - Sourcing Products from Chinese Suppliers

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Importing from China is a fantastic way to source private label products. Chinese suppliers are high-profit, low-cost! Interested in making $10,000/Month? Download our free ebook here: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step Importing from China is something that I strongly recommend. It is much cheaper to purchase product from Chinese suppliers compared to USA suppliers. Some people find this idea very daunting, especially the cultural barrier. To help you, we’ve created this video outlining some of our top tips when importing from China. Tip #1: Order the minimal order quantity to start with when importing from China To be on the safe side, you should always start with the minimal order quantity when dealing with a new supplier. I understand that a lot of sellers want to start out by ordering larger quantities. This makes sense, because the more you order the lower the cost is per-item, and the higher your profit margins. It also means that you will have a smaller chance of running out of stock. In Spite of this, when importing from China with a new Chinese supplier, I recommend starting with the minimal order quantity (EVEN if you know it’ll sell well) because you want to test the quality. It is much harder to go from producing 1 unit to producing 200… and even harder to go from producing 200 to 1000. On that note, you should ALWAYS be ordering a test product when dealing with a new Chinese supplier! You’ll have to pay for the shipping, but it is extremely important to do this to check the quality even if the supplier has a lot of reviews on Alibaba. Tip #2: Do due diligence on the supplier That said, reviews on Alibaba are very important. When using Alibaba to source Chinese suppliers, check the reviews. Only work with suppliers that have positive reviews. Be sure to check the address of the supplier on Google Maps. Ensure that there is a factory at the address noted. If there isn’t a factory, then it is likely a middle man… which means you’re paying inflated prices, and not the at-cost price. And pick up the phone and give them a call. Make sure someone picks up the phone and talks to you (yes - this may seem obvious, but a lot of people don’t do this simple thing). Even better is if you can find people who can personally recommend Chinese suppliers to you. This way, you can work with suppliers that you can trust from the get-go. Tip #3: Build a strong relationship with your supplier and representative This is an important lesson not just when importing from China but for business and life in general. Treat people with respect and they will treat you with respect as well. Think about it: If someone was disrespectful to you, would you want to help them? On the other hand, if someone is nice to you, don’t you want to help them? Be respectful, and friendly. In addition, Chinese suppliers like you to be formal in your communication style with them. They like to be told directly that you appreciate their business and are happy with the products being produced. They will be hoping to turn you into a long-term client, and want the positive feedback, so be sure to give it to them. Tip #4: Don’t feel you need to speak Mandarin When importing from China, some people get put off by the perceived language barrier. “But I only know English… can I still import from China?” Yes - you can! Chinese factories have English representatives specifically for people like you. Their English is good and you’ll have minimal language barriers. Don’t let this stop you from profiting from the very cheap products you can source from China. Now, when importing from China there are some things you can do to minimize the language barrier. One, use short sentences, and do not include extra fluff. Be straight to the point. Two, use professional language, do not use slang. Three, be aware that there are multiple types of “English.” Four, don’t assume that your representative knows YOUR particular flavour of English. Avoid country-specific words and isms. Tip #5: Remember that when importing from China “yes” doesn’t always mean YES. In China it is considered impolite for the suppliers to say no. So, even when they want to say no… they are unlikely to, and will often say yes instead. However, this doesn’t mean it is a yes. It is a no. But they will say “yes” anyway. It is one frustrating quirk. If you sense any hesitation in their “yes” ask them the same question, be reworded differently multiple times. If you ever get a “maybe” that is almost always a no! We hope you enjoyed our video and learned some tips for importing from Chinese suppliers. Do you want to learn how to earn over $10,000 a month on Amazon, with dropshipping? Then be sure to download our free ebook: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step
https://wn.com/Importing_From_China_Sourcing_Products_From_Chinese_Suppliers
CLSA: Men take 55% of China's luxury retail market

CLSA: Men take 55% of China's luxury retail market

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For decades, women have been the bigger spenders in luxury retail globally. But in China, shopping is a man's world. According to research firm CLSA, men account for about 55% of China's luxury goods market, well above the global average of 40%.
https://wn.com/Clsa_Men_Take_55_Of_China's_Luxury_Retail_Market
"Socializing Retail Stores" - Thoughtful China

"Socializing Retail Stores" - Thoughtful China

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2014
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http://show.thoughtfulchina.com Smart retailers and marketers should incorporate technology in China’s booming retail environment to learn more about consumers and their in-store behavior as well as create opportunities to make in-store shopping the social experience customers want, especially for luxury brands. Find out how to socialize your store this week on “Thoughtful China.”
https://wn.com/Socializing_Retail_Stores_Thoughtful_China
Excellence in Cards Business and Retail Payments in China - China CITIC Bank

Excellence in Cards Business and Retail Payments in China - China CITIC Bank

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The following is a description of China CITIC Bank, winner of the "Excellence in Cards Business and Retail Payments in China" in the 8th Excellence in Retail Financial Services Awards.
https://wn.com/Excellence_In_Cards_Business_And_Retail_Payments_In_China_China_Citic_Bank
Azoya - Your Bridge to China Retail

Azoya - Your Bridge to China Retail

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https://wn.com/Azoya_Your_Bridge_To_China_Retail