2014 saw some fantastic changes for both Export Now and China e-commerce in general. China e-commerce in 2014 we saw the number of online shoppers grow by 19%, and B2C sales increase by 60%. Predictions for 2015 have the number of online shoppers increasing by over 16%, and B2C sales increasing by over 30%, making […]
Discussing China’s rise to power and its impacts on global security, the global economy, and its own political system, Export Now CEO and former Ambassador Frank Lavin shares his thoughts on China’s evolving attitudes towards international relations. Also covered are his thoughts on Sec. John Kerry and Sec. Jack Lew’s recent official China visit, as […]
Key Takeaways: For companies serious about China market entry, Tmall is usually the best solution. Your product is in the market and you are reaching Chinese consumers on their terms. However, for certain products Tmall Global makes more sense. You are still reaching Chinese consumers, but not exactly on their terms.
July 9 (Bloomberg) –- Export Now CEO Frank Lavin discusses the significance of the annual U.S.-China talks taking place in Beijing and what he thinks will be accomplished with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg) Click here to see video of Frank Lavin’s comments to Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television
Chuck Todd, host of MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown, invites Export Now CEO Frank Lavin to discuss the visit to China by Sec. of State John Kerry, Treasury Sec. Jack Lew and other U.S. leaders, but Syria, cybersecurity and territory disputes may threaten consensus building.
Founder and CEO of Export Now, Frank Lavin, will be speaking at an event for the Shanghai Business Review on Wednesday, June 25. The event will be held at Le Royal Méridien Shanghai, and is part of a half-day seminar titled “E-Commerce for International Companies in China”. From SBR’s event site: China’s e-commerce market has experienced […]
Key Takeaways: Tmall Global is a specialized variant of traditional Tmall, with pros and cons Inventory is stored offshore and transactions occur offshore May be a better fit for some businesses, but is not a perfect solution Last week we took an insider look at Tmall. This week we will continue the discussion by exploring […]
Key Takeaways: Tmall is the largest B2C platform in China with over 500 million registered customers Tmall has over 50% market share of China’s B2C e-commerce business Success of brands on Tmall is driven by strong a brand integrity and a “Flagship Store” approach Partially driven by news coverage of Alibaba’s impending IPO, more and […]